BDK (Belgrade)

Tijana Kojović

Draftomat (Belgrade), BDK (Belgrade)
Managing Partner / Co-Founder

Tijana is the founding and managing partner of BDK. Her legal background is diverse and she is active in the firm’s transactional, regulatory and dispute resolution work, managing complex projects and personally advising on strategic matters. She has a particularly outstanding expertise in international arbitration. She is a member of the Board of the Belgrade Arbitration Centre. Tijana holds an LLM and PhD in International Business Law from the Central European University in Budapest. She has published articles in international legal journals and publications on topics concerning arbitration, competition and commercial law. She is editor of BDK’s competition law blog. At the beginning of her career, Tijana worked for major international law firm Allen & Overy in Budapest and London, and for Austrian law firm Wolf Theiss. Tijana is fluent in Serbian and English, and conversant in French. Tijana is among the leading female transactional experts, according to the 2020 edition of IFLR1000 Women Leaders. She is the only Serbian lawyer ranked by Legal 500 as a leading individual in four practice areas: Banking and finance, Commercial, Corporate and M&A, Competition and Dispute Resolution. Chambers and Partners ranks Tijana as a Band 1 in Corporate/Commercial and Dispute Resolution. Same directory also ranks Tijana for Banking & Finance and Competition/Antitrust practice areas.

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574 Bulletin

Tijana Kojović The Serbian Parliament issues a decree on merger notification


A new decree on the content of merger notification (“Merger Decree“) is effective in Serbia from today, 2 February 2016. Our readers may remember that we blogged on this topic when the draft decree was out for comments. Templates for both long-form and short-form merger notifications are already (...)

Tijana Kojović The Serbian Competition Authority opens an investigation against tobacco companies for concerted practices (Philip Morris / JT International / British American Tobacco / Imperial Tobacco)


The Serbian Commission for the Protection of Competition (“Commission“) terminated on 15 May 2019 an investigation initiated in November 2015 against Philip Morris, JT International, British American Tobacco and Imperial Tobacco for allegedly having entered into a restrictive agreement in the (...)

Tijana Kojović The Serbian Competition Authority drafts a merger decree


The Serbian Commission for protection of Competition has circulated to the legal community for comments its proposal of a new decree on the content of merger notification (“Draft Merger Decree“). I will not discuss all proposed changes and shortcomings of the new draft but will focus on major (...)

Tijana Kojović The Serbian Competition Authority investigates a publishing company for failure to notify a concentration (Farmakomfor / Politika newspapers and magazines)


Serbian Commission for Protection of Competition initiated ex officio assessment of non-notified concentration arising from the 2012 acquisition of a 50% stake in “Politika newspapers and magazines”, a publisher of the oldest Serbian daily “Politika” and various other magazines, by the company East (...)

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