On 14 September 2023, the Government of the Republic of Serbia adopted the Decision on the minimum salary amount for 2024, according to which the minimum price of work, without taxes and contributions for mandatory social security, will be increased to RSD 271 per working hour.
JPM & Partner is thrilled to be ranked in Tier 1 in the Financial and Corporate and Project Development categories for Serbia in the newly published 2023/24 edition of IFLR1000.
As announced a few weeks ago, JPM Senior Associate Milovan Bogdanović now takes a closer look at the first instance proceeding , and what responsible persons should keep in mind in case they are subjected to a commercial offence proceeding.
On Wednesday, 6th September 2023, the National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia has adopted the amendments to the Excise law.
The resolution of civil disputes through legal proceedings is crucial for ensuring justice and enabling business relationships to continue.
JPM & Partners acted as legal advisor to Big Bang, the largest Slovenian retailer of entertainment and consumer electronics, in the acquisition of 100% of Serbian online retailer BC Group.
JPM Partner Nikola Djordjevic and Associate Stasa Kneselac examine the tax incentives available to companies hiring new employees in Serbia. They explain the differences between salary tax and tax on other income for contracted workers.
The Serbian government recently passed a new proposal for the Law on the Management of State-Owned Enterprises. The law aims to improve governance and oversight of companies in which the state owns over 50% of shares.
The National Assembly of the Republic of Serbia adopted several proposed laws related to construction during its session on 26 July 2023.
The new amendments to the Law on foreigners and the Law on the employment of foreigners, significantly simplify and shorten the procedure for employment of foreign citizens in the Republic of Serbia.