Kika & Associates is a legal firm operating in Kosovo. We provide professional legal services to individuals and businesses in several practice areas.
Our services include all legal aspects at any point in business: from pre-incorporating, to incorporation, employment, expansion, operations, to winding down.
Our advantage is that we are agile and we tackle our clients’ issues with a more personalised approach. We find solutions that are tenable for our clients and we provide legal advice for their plans as well. We offer our legal services in Albanian, English and German.
In addition to that, we are engaged in the development of the law. We use our practice to effect change in our country, by taking cases that can bring meaningful legal and social change.
We believe that we need to be the change we want to see in the world, that is why we dedicate our time to those issues.
Overall, we make you feel confident in our representation of you as our client.
We specialise in providing legal services for start-ups and emerging growth companies in IT & FinTech industries.
We work with the latest developments in this area and are engaged in navigating the regulatory requirements to facilitate the business of companies in their markets. Our work includes but is not limited to: regulatory and compliance, joint ventures, outsourcing agreements, agile software development agreements, license and end-user agreement. With us, entrepreneurs or industry experts can work freely on their business while relying on us to advise them on tacking necessary regulatory matters.
We offer broad range of services to employers and employees.
We advise and represent clients on employment issues as wrongful termination, wage claims, employment discrimination, etc. We also provide advice for employers regarding the legal obligations of their employment policies and provide practical advice for resolving work disputes.
We provide legal services for business and individuals in all aspects of commercial and contract law.
Whether it is establishment of business operations in Kosovo, drafting, reviewing or negotiating contracts, or any other specialist advice regarding commercial activities, you can count on us to get you the best outcome.
We take cases and become involved in issues that we believe bring broader legal and social change.
We support local NGOs in setting cases in motion in order to expose unjust structures and contribute to legal reform and fair treatment of marginalized groups. Issues that have a broader social reach are important to us, because working towards improving society makes our work worthwhile.
Rina is a qualified lawyer with many years of experience across various positions.
She has bachelor's degree in Law from the University of Prishtina, an LL.M. from the University of Zurich, and another LL.M. from Duke University. She was awarded four scholarships during her educational career.
She began her journey in law practice during the end of her bachelor's degree by interning for various USAID projects in Kosovo, then as a legal researcher. She continued her work as a legal associate in Switzerland, and came back to Kosovo and continued her work on pro bono projects and with various law firms and NGOs. She also worked for the International Human Rights Clinic while at Duke, and she founded this law firm upon her return to Kosovo. She is fluent in Albanian, English, and German, and she is also working on her Italian.
Vjosa is an experienced legal professional with a focus on business and finance.
She has a bachelors degree in Law from the University of Prishtina, she has spent some time at the University of Graz as an exchange student, and has an LL.M. from The Ohio State University for which she won a scholarship.
Her legal career began with a position in a USAID project in Kosovo, as a legal researcher. Then working as a Senior Legal Specialist at Raiffeisen Bank, she gained exceptional experience regarding the applicable regulatory requirements for financial institutions and businesses that offer financial services. She also taught Business Law as a volunteer teaching assistant at Riinvest College and participated in two moot competitions for International Commercial and Investment Arbitration in Vienna and Washington D.C. She is fluent in Albanian and English.
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