Location

Zagreb

Hogan Lovells is represented in Croatia by Bogdanovic, Dolicki and Partners, which works in co-operation with Hogan Lovells. The Zagreb team advises clients on the establishment of representations, branches and subsidiaries in Croatia. We also consult on joint ventures and the enforcement of claims of foreign clients in Croatia. Our clients includes banks, insurance companies, industrial and commercial enterprises, and tour operators.

Zagreb

Bogdanovic, Dolicki & Partners
Miramarska 24
Zagreb 10000
Croatia

Phone +385 1 600 56 56

Fax +385 1 600 56 57


Careers in Croatia

Hogan Lovells is represented in Croatia by Bogdanovic, Dolicki and Partners, which works in co-operation with Hogan Lovells. The Zagreb team advises clients on the establishment of representations, branches and subsidiaries in Croatia. We also consult on joint ventures and the enforcement of claims of foreign clients in Croatia. Our clients includes banks, insurance companies, industrial and commercial enterprises, and tour operators.

Press Releases

Hogan Lovells launches Global FinTech Mentors Program at Innovate Finance Global Summit

Hogan Lovells is launching a Global FinTech Mentors Program, through which its most experienced Financial Services and Regulatory partners will guide FinTech organizations, at any stage of...

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Press Releases

International Women’s Day Marks Partnership Milestone for Hogan Lovells and Barefoot College

LONDON, 8th March 2017 – Hogan Lovells is pleased to announce the completion of the first phase of its partnership with The Barefoot College, jointly celebrated with International...

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Blog Post

New European Benchmarks Regulation - could you be a benchmark user?

Could your business be caught by the upcoming EU Benchmarks Regulation?

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Publications

Drilling Rig Contracts – Return to the Status Quo on the Exclusion of Liability for "Spread Costs"

In an important decision for the oilfield services industry, the English Court of Appeal has overturned a Commercial Court decision restricting the scope of risk allocation provisions in...

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