Mr. Dragan Corac, Attorney at Law, obtained his law degree at University of Montenegro. He started his professional work in 2008 within the Basic Court in Podgorica, where he gained broad experience in civil and criminal law and procedures, including juvenile law, inheritance law and executive procedures. His legal experience significantly grow and extend during four years engagement within Law office Vujacic.
Mr. Corac works mostly in the area of dispute resolution, providing legal representation in a civil practice including the areas of business litigation, real property disputes, labor disputes, media law, as well as family law. Mr. Corac took part in numerous cases dealing with contract disputes, work injuries, negligence, partnership disputes, real estate litigation, and many different types of liability and tort claims, and also helped businesses and individuals in commercial and tax matters.
Fields of Activity:
- Corporate law
- Labor and employment law
- Personal enjuries
- Administrative law
- Tax law
- Media law
- Executive procedures
- Criminal law
Mr. Corac is representing corporate clients before courts in a number of litigations concerning general civil litigation, debts covering, executive procedure, commercial criminal offences, bankruptcy procedures, as well as procedures in front of administrative state bodies and has shown a great success in that field. Furthermore, he has experience in advising and assistance to foreign and domestic corporate clients regarding procedures in business law matters, including the drafting and negotiation of numerous agreements.
He gained a great deal of experience in the legal area of personal data protection, which recently became part of Montenegrin legislative, while representing clients in front of authorized supervision body. He participated in preparation of survey Cloud Computing in Montenegro – Regulatory Framework, that was prepared and coordinated by the specialist cloud computing and data protection team at Pierstone, a technology law firm in Prague, Czech Republic.
During his works Mr. Corac participated in a Doing Business Project for the World Bank in 2013, 2014 and 2015 for the area of employing workers in Montenegro, as well as in World Bank Group Benchmarking Public Procurement 2017 project and contribute in preparing Montenegro chapter of the annual Renewable Energy Guide 2012, 2013 and 2014 published worldwide by Cakmak Press, Turkey. Moreover, he attended a number of seminars on human rights and civil society.
Mr. Corac pays special attention to each client, and in IFLR1000 edition 2012 "Central and Eastern Europe IFLR1000" has been published comment of one client who worked with Mr. Corac, who said "What I like about working with Dragan is when I raise a question you receive a proper answer which has much detail as it should have and nothing further".
He is admitted to the Montenegro Bar Association.