Senica

Tradition

Law firm Senica was founded in 1986 by Miro Senica who was at that time the youngest attorney in the whole of former Yugoslavia. In just a few years’ time, equipped only with knowledge, determination and exceptional work ethic, he built a modern law firm which now operates to the highest professional standards and offers clients superior quality support in all areas of law.

Today, after more than 30 years of its existence, “Senica” is a brand that needs no introduction. It guarantees excellence, quality and individual treatment, and is recognised both in Slovenia as well as the entire region of the Western Balkans.

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Experts

With our team of professionals and their strong expertise across a wide range of disciplines, we can provide comprehensive and tailored legal advice in all areas of law.

Our experts are passionate about their work and are dedicated to achieving the highest professional and ethical standards. They are constantly developing new approaches in their work since innovation and finding creative solutions for complex problems is why clients come to our law firm and stay with us for many years.

Besides having an experienced and talented team, we also partner up with the most renowned and experienced domestic and international experts and expert institutions. 

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News, Contributions and Interviews
Volatility and key factors analysis to mitigate risks in M&A transactions
06. 07. 2022 Andersen´s M&A practice in Europe analyzed the Volatility in the market and the key factors to mitigate risks in M&A transactions.
At yesterday's session, Slovenian National Assembly adopted an amendment to the Communicable Diseases Act, whereby our Senior Associate Matija Urankar also took part in preparing the proposed law
30. 06. 2022 The new law implements several decisions of the Slovenian Constitutional Court and thus eliminates the unconstitutionality of some provisions of the existing law, which were a centre of a heated debate in the past two years.
Tax challenges in the cryptocurrency business
08. 06. 2022 Digital assets called virtual currencies or crypto-assets, usually based on cryptography and distributed ledger technology, include both payment cryptocurrencies, as the most widely used form of virtual currencies (e.g. bitcoin), as well as all other forms of cryptographic tokens (e.g. Virtual currencies) pose a major challenge for various regulators around the world due to their specific technological characteristics compared to other forms of assets.
The revised Building Act (GZ-1) - the key novelties
31. 05. 2022 On 1 June 2022, the revised Building Act (Gradbeni zakon; GZ-1) will come into force, containing several important novelties, especially in obtaining use and building permits and in the field of legalisation of illegal constructions.
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