Adria Legal Group is an integrated regional alliance and network of 7 independent law firms – from Bosnia & Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, and Slovenia – which distinguish themselves by extensive knowledge of local and regional legal frameworks, markets, politics, and culture, as well as years of considerable cross-border experience in providing legal services in various jurisdictions and industry sectors, to both regional and international clients.
Antitrust and Competition: At ALG, we can help clients anticipate and deal with potential risks before they become problems, advising in matters of competition pertaining to mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures and assisting in the preparation and filing of documents required for clearance. Our support will ensure that our clients are always on the right side of competition laws.
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The EU Blue Card allows highly skilled workers from outside the EU to live and work in any EU Member State, except Denmark and Ireland. EU Blue Card allows foreigners to enter and reside in the Republic of Slovenia, but it can only be obtained on the basis of highly qualified employment, therefore workers must have at least a university education.
As the title already suggests, a new Personal Data Protection Act (Slovenian abbreviation: ZVOP-2) is going to come into effect in Slovenia on the 26th of January 2023. This short note serves as a warning and highlights some of the novelties the new ZVOP-2 is going to introduce. Reader beware, that a new Consumer protection act also comes into effect on the 26th of January. We have already written about the novelties it brings in one of our previous notices.
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Foreigners from a wide range of countries are interested in purchasing real estate in Slovenia. The possibility for foreigners to purchase real estate in Slovenia is guaranteed by the Constitution of the Republic of Slovenia.
The new Regulation on the Conditions, Manner and Procedure for Awarding State-owned Agricultural Land for Non-agricultural Use entered into force on 10 September 2022. Replacing its predecessor, the new regulation introduces novelties and modifies certain existing solutions.
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