With more than a decade of extensive experience, Serbian law firm Bojovic Draskovic Popovic & Partners (BD2P) has built a reputation both as a knowledgeable source of legal advice, as well as a trusted, long-term business partner by clients from around the world.
“The majority of our clients are international clients,” said Partner Vuk Draskovic, who pointed out that the law firm has become the first stop for foreign enterprises wanting to establish operations in the local market.
Among BD2P’s long-standing clients are Germany’s Adidas and South Korea’s Samsung. To further boost its international credentials, it recently advised India-based global tech company Pactera EDGE and, according to Draskovic, worked with a Japanese law firm on a data protection case for car giant Toyota.
Asked about BD2P’s interest in acquiring more Japanese clients, Draskovic replied: (Japan) is of course one of the leading economies in the world. So, we are very interested,” adding he sees many business opportunities in the future with Japanese companies already in Serbia.
“Serbia is a very good destination. The country is always trying to bring more and more foreign investments,” stressed Draskovic, who highlights the government’s wide variety of investment incentives, strategic location, top-notch workforce, and safe business environment.
As more foreign companies choose Serbia for its European hub, BD2P is focused on adding them to their roster of clients and providing them with world-class legal advice and services.