Ruđer Anić

Ruđer Anić

After graduating from the Faculty of Law in Zagreb in 1986, Ruđer Anić began work as a trainee lawyer in the office of Krešimir Anić. In 1990, he opened his own law firm, where he worked until the establishment of the law firm Anić and Partners with lawyers Krešimir Anić and Damir Sajko in 2006. In 1993, he took part in the project “The Establishment of the New Croatian Legal System”. Together with the lawyer Krešimir Anić, he worked as an adviser to the Federal Republic of Germany in co-operation with Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit (the German Association for Technical Co-operation) and Deutsche Stiftung für internationale rechtliche Zusammenarbeit e.V. (the German Foundation for International Legal Co-operation). In 2000, he was appointed as an adviser to the Government of the Republic of Croatia to help those affected in the international Baxter compensation case. He was decorated with the Homeland War Memorial Medal, and from 1992-1998 provided free legal assistance to Croatian war veterans as part of a programme of free legal, psychological and social assistance to the Association of Croatian Veterans of the Homeland War. He enjoys the confidence of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, the Embassy of the Republic of Hungary, the Austrian Chamber of Commerce, and the Embassy of Australia. He is a member of the Croatian Bar Association, PEOPIL (the Pan European Organisation of Personal Injury Lawyers), IECL (the Institute for European Constitutional Law) Institute for European Traffic Law (IETL), ERA (the Academy of European Law), AHK (the German-Croatian Chamber of Industry and Commerce) and ADAC (the German Automobile Club).
Areas of Practice
Ruđer Anić’s areas of practice are insurance law and compensation claims, traffic and transport law, commercial law, contract law, civil law and inheritance law. He is also involved in claims collection.
Languages
English and German
Education
Ruđer Anić graduated in 1986 from the Faculty of Law in Zagreb, where during his studies he received the Rector’s Prize. After passing the bar examination in 1990, his name was entered into the Register of Lawyers of the Croatian Bar Association. He received a Croatian Bar Association stipend for young lawyers in 1994 and worked as a trainee in the law office of Boesebeck Bartz & Partner (today HOGAN LOVELLS BERLIN). He passed the exam to become a court interpreter for German in 1995. Since 2012, he has been a registered mediator and a member of the Croatian Mediators Association, whose Board of Directors he has sat on since 2013. Truro County Court in Cornwall (Great Britain) and Liesing District Court in Vienna (Austria) have appointed Ruđer Anić as an expert witness in the field of Croatian tort law.