BDK (Podgorica)

Bisera Andrijašević

BDK (Podgorica)

Bisera is a member of BDK Competition and Life Sciences practices. She advises clients on a full range of competition law topics, but her special stronghold is state aid. Industry-wise, she has a particular focus on competition and regulatory issues in life sciences. Although she sits in the firm’s Montenegrin office, she participates in competition law work of BDK Advokati across all of our three jurisdictions. Prior to joining BDK Advokati in 2015, she worked in the European Movement in Montenegro as Secretary General for three years. She coordinated projects in support of the Montenegrin EU accession process. Bisera is a member of the Working Group for preparation of Montenegro’s accession to the EU for Chapter 8 – Competition and is advising in that role on the harmonization of Montenegrin competition legislation with the EU acquis. Bisera holds a Bachelor in Law degree from Mediteran University in Podgorica and a Bachelor in Public Administration and European Affairs from the Faculty of Administrative and European Studies. She completed her postgraduate specialist studies in Business and Commercial Law at the University of Montenegro. She was then awarded Erasmus Mundus scholarship and in 2011, she graduated from the European Master in Law and Economics program specializing in law & economics of competition and regulation. She obtained LL.M degrees from the University of Hamburg and the Erasmus University in Rotterdam and an M.A. from the University of Bologna. Bisera also completed European Pharma Law Academy 2017 at Downing College, Cambridge. Bisera is fluent in English, conversant in French and reads Italian.

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1181 Bulletin

Bisera Andrijašević The Montenegrin Competition Authority opens an investigation into State aid granted by the government to a state-owned shipping company (Crnogorska plovidba)


Following the decision on opening investigation into alleged illegal state aid to Montenegrin airline company Montenegro Airlines, which led to grounding of its airplanes and termination of transport operations in December 2020, the Montenegrin Agency for Protection of Competition (“Agency“) has (...)

Bisera Andrijašević The EU Commission adopts the fourth amendment to the State aid temporary framework because of the COVID-19 pandemic, making Serbia add recapitalization measures


Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, the Government of Serbia has adopted several state aid measures aimed at helping the economic entities preserve jobs and liquidity. In this respect, the Government took the lead from the European Commission and its measures adopted within the scope of (...)

Bisera Andrijašević The Montenegrin Competition Authority opens investigations into the compatibility with State aid rules of aid granted to an airline company in the view of the COVID-19 pandemic (Lex MA)


The Montenegrin Agency for Protection of Competition (“Agency“) issued on 3 September 2020 a decision to open a formal investigation procedure into the compatibility with state aid rules of the state aid granted by virtue of the 2019 Law on Investment into Consolidation and Development of the (...)

Bisera Andrijašević The EU Commission releases a Temporary Framework communication providing a more comprehensive antitrust guidance to companies cooperating in response to the COVID-19 pandemic


Following the joint statementof 23 March 2020 by the European Competition Network (ECN), consisting of the European Commission, the European Surveillance Authority and the national competition authorities of each EU/EEA Member States on the joint approach to the application of competition law (...)

Bisera Andrijašević The Montenegrin Parliament adopts changes in State aid rules


A new State Aid Control Act (Zakon o kontroli državne pomoći) (“SACA“) was adopted in Montenegro on 14 February 2018., bringing significant institutional, substantive and procedural developments to the existing state aid framework. Below we provide a summary of the main changes. Competition Agency (...)

Bisera Andrijašević The Montenegrin Competition Authority issues a conditional approval of a concentration in the markets of distribution of media contents and provision of direct internet access services (Telemach / M-Kabl)


On 29 December 2015, the Montenegrin Agency for Protection of Competition (“Agency“) issued its first conditional approval of a concentration, this time between Telemach A.D. Podgorica (“Telemach“) and M-Kabl doo Podgorica (“M-Kabl“). The concentration is a result of an indirect acquisition of full (...)

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