In light of the European Commission’s recent gun-jumping investigation concerning Illumina’s acquisition of GRAIL, what has been the gun-jumping track record of the Serbian competition authority and what to expect in the future?   What is the potential fine for gun-jumping in Serbia? The Serbian Competition Act prescribes a standstill obligation, providing that the parties…

What were competition law developments in Serbia during 2020 worth mentioning and what to keep an eye on 2021?   Merger control Merger notification thresholds remain unchanged A well-known trait of Serbia’s merger control regime is extremely low merger filing thresholds – they are so low, in fact, that around a half of all merger notifications in…

Protection of competition in the market of Serbia, Montenegro and Croatia is ensured by the relevant competition authorities, namely: in Serbia: The Commission for Protection of Competition, in Montenegro: The Agency for Protection of Competition, in Croatia: The Croatian Competition Agency. The establishment, position, organisation and competences of the Commission for Protection of Competition in…