Prelević Law Firm was established in 1991 and has grown to become the largest corporate law firm in Montenegro. With a team of 24 lawyers and offices in Podgorica and Budva, the firm covers the entire spectrum of business related practice areas, and is truly a leader in the legal landscape in Montenegro. The firm was entrusted with the recovery of formerly distressed residential and tourist development in Zavala in Budva, which was re-launched and is now selling again under the brand Dukley Gardens. Also, the firm has been elected as the exclusive legal consultant for the operation and future development of the Marina in Budva. Additionally, the firm’s activities include consulting of major residential developers in the Tivat region, such as Luštica Bay and Porto Montenegro. The firm specialises in handling commercial transactions, M&A deals and privatizations as well as property developments and tourism. Prelević Law Firm is the only office in Montenegro maintaining a German language desk, and currently employs three German-speaking lawyers.
Some notable clients include European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), Philip Morris International, Deutsche Telekom, Unilever, Ford and Porto Montenegro.
“Sources regard Dragan Prelević as a “very capable lawyer who always finds a solution, no matter what”, adding: “he is one of the best I’ve worked with in Montenegro”. He has an established presence in the Podgorica corporate market, with experience across all aspects of the commercial sphere.”
“Commercial real estate is a key area of activity for this local firm. It offers a broad real estate service, advising clients on acquisitions, disposals, developments and transfer of title. The team is also able to offer support on related issues, including tax, insurance and banking”.
“Prelević Law Firm fields the market’s largest team and provides ‘a top-quality service’. It is a team of choice for numerous international law firms requiring and typically acts for well-known multinationals and high-profile domestic companies."