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Always looking one step ahead

Our thorough and transparent approach to work has been recognized by numerous foreign clients who have directed parts of their business to the Republic of Croatia.

We are proud of the fact that language and cultural barriers do not create the slightest problem in communicating with clients - in fact, every day we learn new things that expand our horizons and contribute to our desire to dispel myths about law practice as a static activity.

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Technology advancement and constant monitoring of the dynamic process of information technology development, which we actively use in our daily work, has prompted us to invest in the advancement of the provision of online legal services.

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Review of the institutes and court practice of the croatian legal system


The European Blue Card is a residence and work permit that allows third-country nationals to live and work in the member states of the European Union (EU) and the European Economic Area (EEA) if they meet certain conditions. The main objective of the European Blue Card is to attract highly skilled workers from third countries to contribute to the economic development of the EU. The permit is issued under simplified conditions compared to the standard residence and work permit.

Annual leave

According to the Labor Law (Article 76 and 77), an employee has the right to paid annual leave for each calendar year, lasting at least four weeks. However, minors and employees working in jobs where, despite the application of health and safety measures, it is not possible to protect the worker from harmful influences, have the right to annual leave lasting at least five weeks. Similarly, individuals with disabilities have the right to paid annual leave lasting at least five weeks for each calendar year. Nonetheless, through a collective agreement, an agreement between the workers' council and the employer, work regulations, or an employment contract, the duration of annual leave longer than the minimum prescribed can be determined. In cases where a right from the employment relationship (in this case, annual leave) is differently regulated by these sources of law, the most favorable right is applicable to the employee. It should be noted that an employee who is newly employed or who has a break between two employment relationships longer than eight days gains the right to full annual leave only after six months of uninterrupted employment with that employer.