PETOŠEVIĆ

Knez Mihailova 1-3
4th floor
11000 Belgrade
Serbia

Contact
Maša Lopičić


Telephone
+381 11 78 55 893


Email
masa.lopicic@petosevic.com


Website
www.petosevic.com
PETOŠEVIĆ specializes in IP services throughout the region commonly referred to as Eastern Europe, nowadays a mix of EU jurisdictions, CIS countries and other former Yugoslavian and USSR countries.

Our team of more than 120 people works in 15 offices - Albania, Belgium, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Kosovo (UNSCR 1244), Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Russian Federation, Serbia, Slovenia and Ukraine. The network’s governing entity is in Luxembourg.

In total we cover over 30 jurisdictions in Central and Eastern Europe, as we also work through affiliated offices in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Czech Republic, Estonia, Georgia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Latvia, Lithuania, Moldova, Poland, Slovak Republic, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan.

PETOŠEVIĆ has tirelessly been bridging the gap between Eastern and Western European IP practices for over 20 years. We strive to bring together the best of both worlds and save time and money for our clients through tailor-made solutions.
As a result, our team offers a reasonably priced and complete scope of IPR protection services in the said region. For selected clients, we coordinate and handle IP rights portfolios worldwide.

Our attorneys and IP agents are well-respected local IP experts, supported by a team of experienced and multilingual paralegal and administrative staff. They are praised for consistently providing quick, reliable and easily comprehensible service to our clients.

In brief, we try to make life easier for our clients. Judging by the growth of the firm over the last 20 years, we are successfully pursuing our mission.
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