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Cakovic Tomic - CT Legal is a full service law office, based in Belgrade, the capital of Serbia. We offer a wide range of legal services to both, international and local clients.

The governing principle of our office is dedication to each and every client as well as to finding the best solution. We are at the same time recognized for our excellence and trustworthiness.


There is no compromise with respect to deadlines and agreed conditions.


have significant experience in representing and providing legal services to local as well as international clients.

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June 13, 2019

Senior partner at CT Legal moderates the Roundtable on Judicial Practice in Labour Disputes organized by AmCham

On May 27th 2019, Jovana Tomić senior partner at CT Legal co - moderated the panel discussion on judicial practice in the area of labor law, organized by the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Serbia

Participants discussed questions of judicial practice and the interpretation of laws, and received the opinions of judges and clarification regarding different interpretation of following legal questions: cancellation of work contracts, the degradation of the solution on cancellation compensation for damages for lost payments, compensation for overtime work, the establishment of contracts for indefinite time periods, compensation for travel expenses to and from work, the rules in cases of an employee changing employers, the scheduling and allocation of working time, income due  to compensation for damages in cases of illegal employment practices, as well as the organization  of the judiciary and the harmonization of judicial practice.

Present for the dialogue were representatives - judges from the Supreme Court of Cassation, Magistrate Court of Novi Sad and the Third Magistrate Court in Belgrade.

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June 4, 2019

Credible document for commuting costs of employees

Ministry of Finance of Republic of Serbia published the Opinion no. 011-00-12/2019-04, dated 01.02.2019., stating that commuting costs are considered non-documented expenses unless the employer provides credible documents as evidence that the employees costs for commuting to and from work have been properly reimbursed (e.g.  bill for monthly public transportation ticket, daily ticket, one-way ticket,bill for gasoline if the employee is using his or her personal vehicle, etc.)


According to this Opinion, the employer is to provide each month credible accounting documents, as evidence that the employee has actually used the reimbursement of expenses for that purpose. Otherwise, it is the duty of the employer to consider this non-documented expense and thus taxable as set by Personal Income Tax Law.   


According to the article 118 of Labor Law, the employer is to reimburse the costs for commuting to and from work regardless of the fact whether the employee has or has not documented the costs. On the other hand, in order for the employer to require the submission of credible documents, bills/invoices, it is essential to amend the general acts and specify the sanctions in case those provisions are breached. 

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May 29, 2019

CT Legal member of AmCham

Jovana Tomic at CT Legal became a member of America Chamber of Commerce (AmCham), one of the leading international business hub, gathers over 200 multinational and domestic companies, focused to improve the Serbian business environment, sharing knowledge and experiences in order to implement positive changes. Through this partnership, CT Legal has become a part of AmCham’s prestigious global network. Jovana will continue to use the experience gained through working with different target group form the business sector, government and public administration to anticipate upcoming changes and offer best models to overcome changes.

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