Opening a business in Slovenia requires thorough research and careful observation of the relevant legal provisions. If you are not familiar with these legal provisions, you may face difficulties during the incorporation process. This is why it is highly recommended to seek expert help of a Slovenian lawyer.
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Our team of Slovenian lawyers consists of professionals with experience in a wide range of business law issues. We can provide comprehensive legal advice on matters such as company establishment, mergers and acquisitions, corporate restructuring, employment law, insolvency, litigation, competition law, and other commercial issues. We are also able to assist with the registration of trade marks and designs, as well as the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights.
The legal system in Slovenia is based on the country’s main constitutional acts and rules of law established by them, while international treaties become part of the national law after ratification by the bicameral parliament and the National Assembly. Amendments to the Constitution are made through a special procedure that involves the Government and the National Assembly.
The highest court in the Republic of Slovenia is the Supreme Court, which functions mainly as a court of cassation. It has the right of appeal on all final judgments – civil, criminal and administrative – made by lower courts.