APOSTOLSKA & ALEKSANDROVSKI JOINS THE SOUTH EAST LEGAL ALLIANCE (SELA)
A Coordinated Approach to Cross-Border Transactions
21 November 2016 – The South East Legal Alliance (SELA) welcomes another leading law firm among its members. The well-known Macedonian commercial law firm Apostolska & Aleksandrovski officially joined SELA in the second half of November 2016.
SELA is a regional network of leading independent law firms offering competitive, top quality legal and business services across multiple Southeastern European jurisdictions. The alliance was conceived and co-founded by the law firms Bojović & Partners of Serbia / Montenegro, Dimitrijević & Partners of Bosnia and Herzegovina and Žurić i Partneri of Croatia. By using the SELA alliance, clients will benefit from its integrated multi-jurisdictional legal teams, seamless service and specialised expertise. Each of the SELA member firms is a top commercial law firm with an established reputation in its jurisdiction. Currently providing coverage in five jurisdictions, SELA plans to further expand its membership. Participation in the alliance is exclusive and by invitation only.
More information on SELA is available on its website at www.selegalalliance.com .
About Apostolska & Aleksandrovski
Apostolska & Aleksandrovski is a modern, full-service commercial law firm in Macedonia. Taking a fresh approach to the provision of legal services, Apostolska & Aleksandrovski offers a client-focused service and tailor-made legal solutions. The firm handles matters in all key practice areas and across the most dynamic global industry sectors and works to gain an in-depth understanding of the industry and operations of its clients and to provide legal advice in line with their business strategy, mindful of how it will affect their overall business operations. Clients recognise Apostolska & Aleksandrovski for their commitment to quality, results oriented approach and dedication to client service and satisfaction.
Disclaimer: The information in this article is for general informational purposes and does not constitute legal advice.
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