Independent Law Firms In Europe: Balkan Ambition
Only firms registered as limited companies can gain a legitimate foothold in Croatia at present, but these rules will have to change at some point - a tempting prospect given how fast the country is growing
With Croatia becoming more economically prosperous by the month, many international law firms are showing an interest in setting up shop in Zagreb. However, the political stalemate over the arrests of alleged war criminals from Croatia means the Balkan country’s timetable for joining the European Union (EU) is still far off – 2010 is still the year being mooted, but that may change.
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