Nemanja Žunić is an Attorney at Law and Partner at Zunic Law Firm Novi Sad.
Nemanja has developed a niche expertise within the IT sector, advising on a variety of technology enterprises from start-ups to established IT companies. In the area, Nemanja advises clients on complex legal issues regarding patent protection for software, outsourcing and software development agreements, non-disclosure agreements, software licensing agreements, IT Independent Contractor agreements, technology joint-venture and spin-off agreements. Nemanja has a vast experience regarding commercial and tax-related legal issues regarding cryptocurrency transactions, ICO comprehensive legal support, etc.
In addition, Nemanja provides legal solutions around IT & IP related cross-jurisdiction tax issues.
Nemanja completed both Bachelor’s and Master’s law degree at the University of Novi Sad, where he was ranked top 1% of his class and was awarded numerous awards and scholarships. His master’s thesis in Serbia was on the topic of “Legal Protection of Software”, after which he established interest in IT law, and Nemanja continued his legal education at University College London (UCL), as a scholar of Government of the United Kingdom (Chevening Scholar). Whilst at UCL he obtained LL.M. degree in Intellectual Property Law, specializing in the field of patent protection of software, under the supervision of the distinguished Rt Hon. Professor Sir Robin Jacob.
During his studies, Nemanja represented his university team at prestigious moot-court law competitions, both on the national and international level. In particular, Nemanja competed in Foreign Direct Investment International Arbitration Moot (King’s College, London), Telders International Law Moot Court Competition (Peace Palace, Hague) and Moot Court National Competition in International Humanitarian Law (Red Cross, Belgrade).
Nemanja worked as a teaching assistant at the Faculty of Law, University Business Academy Novi Sad. He writes extensively on the topics of intellectual property and IT law.
He speaks Serbian (native) and fluent English.