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Bogdan Gecić

Bogdan Gecić

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Bogdan Getzich (Gecić) practices in the broad fields of EU and Balkan corporate, regulatory and competition law. He practiced in Brussels and Belgrade. Bogdan has particular experience in advising clients in antitrust matters in the emerging Balkan markets (Croatia, Bosnia & Herzegovina, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia), as well as introducing antitrust compliance programmes. He has assisted clients in merger filings with EU and national competition authorities, and gained experience in advising multinational clients in cases concerning alleged competition abuses. With respect to antitrust litigation, Bogdan’s practice also focuses on the complex interaction between European administrative law and ECHR (human rights) proceedings. He has published extensively on EU and Balkan competition law matters. Bogdan graduated from the University of Belgrade with a degree in Law (Top 1% of class) and earned his LL.M. from Harvard Law School (with Honors and Dean’s Scholars Prize in “Leadership in Law Firms”). He speaks fluent English, Bosnian, Croatian, Montenegrin and Serbian.

Website : Getzichlaw (Belgrade)

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