- CORPORATE AND COMMERCIAL LAW
- CIVIL LAW
- CRIMINAL LAW AND LAW OF MISDEMEANORS
- LABOUR LAW
- ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
- CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
CORPORATE AND COMMERCIAL LAW
Commercial law is comprised of legal rules and principles governing the legal status and transactions
Commercial law constitutes a set of legal rules and legal principles which manage the legal status and transactions of business entities. This field includes multiple areas such as:
a) corporate law;
b) commercial (contract) law;
c) securities law;
d) intellectual property;
e) mergers & acquisitions;
g) insolvency law.
Civil law represents a set of legal rules an legal principles governing personal an property relationships of persons entering into relationships as autonomous and equal subjects. Civil law includes the following fields:
a) real estate;
b) law of inheritance;
c) law of obligations;
d) family law;
e) enforcement and securing of claims.
CRIMINAL LAW AND LAW OF MISDEMEANORS
Criminal law represents a set of legal rules and legal principles that define criminal acts, criminal responsibility and penal sanctions. The area of criminal law also includes the law of misdemeanors which represents a set of legal rules and legal principles that define misdemeanors, responsibility for misdemeanors and sanctions for misdemeanors
Labour law constitutes a set of legal rules and legal principles governing labour relationships. Labour law includes the following fields:
a) individual labour law
b) collective labour law
Administrative law represents a set of legal rules and legal principles determining organisation and activities of state administration and of public bodies, their rights and obligations in administrative relationships and the control over administrative bodies.
Constitutional law is comprised of legal rules and legal principles pertaining to the foundations of organisation of the state. Legal rules governing constitutional law prescribe the system of government, human rights and liberties, whereby special emphasis is put on rules governing the procedure before the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia.
- COURT REPRESENTATION
- REPRESNETATION IN PROCEEDINGS HELD BEFORE ADMINISTRATIVE BODIES
- REPRESENTATION BEFORE INTERNATIONAL COURTS
- REPERESENTATION BEFORE OTHER INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
a) representation in individual and collective labour disputes
b) representation in litigious proceedings
c) representation in non-litigious proceedings
d) representation in enforcement proceedings
e) representation in insolvency proceedings
f) representation in criminal proceedings
g) representation in proceedings of judicial review of administrative acts
h) representation in proceedings held before the Constitutional Court of the Republic of Slovenia
REPRESNETATION IN PROCEEDINGS HELD BEFORE ADMINISTRATIVE BODIES
a) representation in proceedings held before general administrative bodies (administrative units, ministries, bodies affiliated with the ministries, and the Government of the Republic of Slovenia)
b) representation in proceedings held before bodies of self-governing local communities (Municipal Administration Board, mayor)
c) representation in proceedings held before the Information Commissioner
d) representation in proceedings held before National Review Commission for Reviewing Public Procurement Procedures
e) representation in proceedings held before other administrative bodies
REPRESENTATION BEFORE INTERNATIONAL COURTS
a) representation before the European Court of Human Rights
b) representation before the European Court of Justice
REPERESENTATION BEFORE OTHER INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
a) representation before the International Chambers of Commerce
Mediation is a procedure in which the parties with the help of a neutral third person (the mediator) try to solve amicably a dispute arising from a contractual or other relationship. Mediation is an informal, voluntary, confidential and structured procedure in which an independent third person (the mediator) facilitates seeking an amicable solution to the dispute by implementing his negotiation and special mediation techniques.
Mediator is a person trained to manage the mediation procedure. He helps the participants to constructively express their issues, requests and needs, and to actively cooperate in the process of finding a solution. A mediator is neutral and only managers the procedure, he does not express his position regarding the content of the matter in dispute. A mediator should act professionally and reputably, should be properly educated for the position and should have the possibility to get feedback regarding his work.
In addition to providing an expedient and satisfactory solution to clients, mediation also improves relationships and cooperation between parties in dispute, reduces the chances of unnecessary increase in tensions between the parties as well as contributes to the development of efficient forms of prevention and solution of difficulties and dissent.
Arbitration is a procedure of solving disputes before the arbiter or an arbitration senate, which is chosen by clients themselves, make a final decision on the dispute, by rendering an arbitration award. An arbitration awards has identical legal effects as a final judgement rendered by the court.
An arbitration agreement should be executed in written form and may be concluded i) in form of an arbitration clause in an agreement, regarding future disputes or ii) in form of a special arbitration agreement, regarding a pending dispute.