Kirm Perpar once again recognised by Legal 500

12 April 2022

The Legal 500 EMEA 2022 guide has again recognised Kirm Perpar as one of the leading Slovenian law firms. For 33 years, The Legal 500 has been analysing the capabilities of law firms across the world, with a comprehensive research programme revised and updated every year to bring the most up-to-date vision of the global legal market. Research is based on feedback from clients worldwide as well as interviews with leading private practice lawyers.

We are especially proud of our Clients' responses who shared with the researchers that: “the team is very successful in solving complex problems and they have excellent coordination with other foreign legal advisors. Their advice is always on time. [They are] highly skilled professionals with a practical approach. They are very solution oriented, organised and reliable in providing exceptional legal advice’ and that: “every individual attorney at the firm has an excellent understanding of the Slovenian legal market.”

To read more, follow this link.


  • in News in 2022

    Ukraine conflict: EU adopts sixth package of sanctions against Russia

    As the invasion of Ukraine continues for the fourth month, the European Commission adopts the sixth package of restrictive measures against Russia. Together with the previous five packages, the sanctions are designed to further increase economic pressure on Russia and undermine its ability to wage its war on Ukraine. The sixth package also imposes ...
  • in News in 2022, SELA

    SELA Webinar – Russia Sanctions: the Impact on Companies in SEE Region

    Our partner, Matej Perpar, shared his knowledge in the second session of the SELA’s Webinar titled ‘Russia Sanctions: the Impact on Companies in SEE Region’ that was held on Thursday, May 26, 2022. He focused on EU’s perspective regarding sanctions, challenges in various industries, business exits from Russia, as well as res...
  • in News in 2022

    Political agreement reached on the Digital Services Act

    On April 23, 2022, the European Parliament and EU Member States reached a political agreement on the Digital Services Act, which the European Commission proposed in 2020. European legislation in this area is obsolete – the area of digital services was last regulated more than 20 years ago, while the proliferation of counterfeit goods, hate...