Milan Milojevic is the founder and managing partner of MSA IP. He has many years of experience in the protection and enforcement of intellectual property rights in the regions of South-Eastern and Eastern Europe and across the globe. During this time, he has managed cases for some of the world's leading companies from different industries. Milan has handled many complex contentious matters and assisted in M&A activities and IP settlements. His work nowadays focuses on providing strategic advice to clients on portfolio management, IP protection strategies, and recognizing the value of IP as an intangible asset of the companies. As a representative of some of the world's leading pharmaceutical companies, Milan has also become involved in regulatory affairs and has gained in-depth knowledge in that field.
Milan is an active member of International Trademark Association (INTA), where he currently serves as a member of the Board of Directors. In 2017, he was elected Chair of the Enforcement Committee, having previously served as its Vice Chair. Before that, he sat on the Anti-Counterfeiting Committee as Chair of the Subcommittee for Eastern Europe and Central Asia. In that role, he lobbied extensively for the implementation of anti-counterfeiting rules into national laws of the countries in South-Eastern Europe and organized round tables on the subject of anti-counterfeiting. Milan sat on the INTA Presidential Task Force in 2018 and has worked on a number of Board Resolution drafts. He continues with his INTA volunteer work by serving in the Unfair Competition Committee. Milan is a regular speaker at INTA organized events and has written many articles on the subject of trademark enforcement and anti-counterfeiting. He is also a member of other professional organizations, including PTMG and MARQUES.
“First-rate lawyer who provides very comprehensive advice, with a super-accurate assessment of every possible risk.” (WTR 1000, 2022)
„A brilliant manager who is great with clients.“ (WTR 1000, 2020)
- Admitted to the Bar Association of Serbia (also qualified in Montenegro)
- University of Belgrade, Law School (1998)
Phone: +381 11 78 56 820