Boris Babić

Babic & Partners (Zagreb)
Senior Partner

Boris Babić is a senior partner at Babić & Partners, heading the firm’s antitrust/competition, corporate and M&A practice. He is a transactional lawyer with over 20 years of experience in advising clients on a number of high-end transactions with the individual value ranging up to €1.7 billion. His past and present clients include a number of Fortune 500 and Global 500 corporations engaged in various industries including automotive, banking/finance, consumer goods, energy, home appliances, pharma, sports apparel, telecommunications, transport and others. Boris has advised and represented various clients in numerous high-profile merger control cases before the Croatian Competition Agency and the Croatian National Bank. He has significant experience in advising industry leaders on various aspects of competition laws including dawn raids, cartels, restrictive agreements, abuse of dominance and leniency related issues. As a part of his work in antitrust/competition area Boris routinely provides competition law trainings and advises clients on designing and implementation of their competition compliance programs and related audits. Boris is a member of International Bar Association and a member of ICC Competition Commission. Boris is an officer of American Bar Association Section of International law. He is also a member of the Union Internationale des Avocats and the International League of Competition Law. List of Boris’ publications (2001-present) is available at : Boris regularly speaks on different events, including the events organized by International Bar Association, The Law Society of England and Wales and the Croatian Bar Association. Boris is recognized as a leading competition lawyer by Chambers & Partners, and Legal 500 directory.

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Boris Babić, Lovro Klepac The Croatian Constitutional Court annuls the Competition Authority’s prohibition decision due to violation of due process requirements (Private Security Companies)


On 1 February 2018, Croatian Constitutional Court (in Croatian : Ustavni sud Republike Hrvatske) adopted decision no. U-III/2791/2016, annulling the prohibition decision of the Croatian Competition Agency (“CCA”) no. 580-09/88-2015-100 adopted on 17 March 2015 imposing an administrative fine (...)

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