REAL ESTATE PROPERTY LAW
Real estate law regulates the formation, transfer and protection of a person’s rights over real estate property (i.e., ownership, personal and in rem servitudes, pledges and mortgages).
LABOR / EMPLOYMENT LAW
Labor /employment law regulates the employment relationships. Labor legislation is influenced and transformed amid the wider social conditions and is closely related to the economic function of the state.
Family law is the branch of civil law that regulates family relations and, in particular, the relations between spouses and between parents and children.
CONTRACTS & TORTS
The law of obligations (contracts and torts) is an important branch of civil law that regulates most legal relations, stemming from the parties’ free choice (contracts) or law itself (e.g., in case of tort of unjust enrichment).
SUCCESSION / INHERITANCE LAW
Succession/Inheritance law is the branch of civil law regulating the continuation of economic activity of a person after his/her death and dealing with various issues, such as: intestate succession, will, disinheritance, community among heirs, acceptance of succession, renunciation of succession, forced heirship, unworthiness of heir, certificate of inheritance, legacy, trust, modus etc.
COMMERCIAL LAW & COMPANY LAW
Commercial Law is the part of private law, which regulates commercial operations and merchants (natural persons or legal entities which are professionally engaged in commercial activities).
Energy Law includes the entire legislation trying to solve, among others, the issues emerged following the energy market liberalization. It refers to issues of exploitation, production, transportation, trade and distribution of energy.