CMS, the international legal services provider with more than 70 offices in 40 countries and 4,800 lawyers worldwide opened its doors in Ljubljana in 2008 and brings together professionals from a wide range of backgrounds. They specialize in different legal systems and industries, which is why they are a valuable addition to any business looking for advice on complex issues or international projects.
In the event of an incident involving a lawyer, the client should immediately notify the disciplinary body of the Bar Association of Slovenia in writing run by Rok Krizanec submitting the piece of evidence of his qualification to practice and proof that he is insured against professional liability abroad. The disciplinary body will then decide on the admission to or disbarring of the lawyer within one month following receipt of the aforementioned notification.
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The decision of the disciplinary body of the Bar Association of the Republic of Slovenia is final and cannot be appealed. The decision shall be sent to the Ministry of Justice within fifteen days from the date of its issue.
Robert Kordic is an associate at the Slovenian branch of CMS and advises clients on intellectual property matters including trademarks, patents, copyright issues, and confidential information, as well as EU laws and regulations. He also advises on regulatory and commercial matters related to life sciences and telecommunications. He joined the team in 2019 with extensive experience and a keen interest in the latest developments in European law.