Telecom, Media & Technology

Keeping an eye on the future
Technology is moving rapidly, changing how we live and do business. Innovative payment platforms, FinTech, KYC solutions, and blockchain technology will play significant roles in the future to ensure that transactions are safer, cheaper, and more efficient. 
While regulators struggle to keep up with the pace of technology developments and set up an adequate regulatory framework, the Croatian market has, in the meantime, witnessed a few "heavy-weight" M&A transactions in the tech sector. The trend has led investors, start-ups, regulators, and various service providers to keep an eye open on future developments in this dynamic industry.

Understanding the bigger picture can be crucial for successfully starting and doing business in the tech sector. Having lawyers who understand what technology PE funds, VCs, and angel investors are willing to invest in and the criteria and regulatory framework suitable for attracting new investors can be a true competitive advantage in a volatile market.

Our legal team goes that extra mile to understand clients’ needs and support them across the full spectrum of business legal services: M&As, structuring investments and joint ventures, data security, IP issues, litigation, and dispute resolution.


The telecommunication sector is where our deep sector knowledge particularly stands out, having advised on some of the markets landmark transactions.

We advised on matters related to the new national and European regulatory framework around the deployment and development of the Next-generation access (“NGA”) network. Moreover, the Rural Network Project, which we were also involved in, was recognised by the European Commission, winning the European Broadband Award 2019 in Category 1: “Innovative model of financing, business and investment”.

Multinational and local telecommunications, media and technology clients rely on us for full-service legal advice concerning M&A, joint ventures, regulatory compliance issues, licencing, restructurings, commercial contracts with customers and suppliers, etc.

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