Slovenia

Please contact our Italian office for more information about our services in Slovenia:

REACT Italy
Via Ponte Vetero 15
20121 Milano
Italy
T +39 02 80509450
Contact: Mrs Maddalena Bassi
italy@react.org
mbassi@react.org


The Italian office provides assistance for Customs cases in Slovenia. The cooperation with Slovenian Customs is well established and the simplified procedure is applied. This allows us to manage most of the cases in an effective and cost-efficient manner. Slovenia is generally used as a transit port of entry for counterfeit goods coming from China and destined to neighbouring EU countries. Thanks to our external legal counsel we are able to provide legal follow up of civil cases.

Our services in Slovenia

  • Amicable settlements and/or negotiation settlement following Customs actions
  • Appearing in court hearings in criminal proceedings as witnesses or experts
  • Attending personal hearing
  • Desk research
  • Drafting and filing of administrative complaints
  • Drafting and filing of criminal complaints
  • Drafting and filing of expert reports, affidavits and written witness statements
  • Filing a demand for a raid
  • Filing Customs applications
  • Filing surveillance letter
  • Follow up Customs/Police cases (C&D letters, negotiations, settlement drafting)
  • Handling court proceedings (appeals and civil claims)
  • Informing Customs officers on brand details
  • Organize and assist the police and relevant authorities in market raids
  • Organize inspections and investigations of markets, shops and events
  • Organize test purchases
  • Organizing the transportation, storage and destruction of counterfeit products
  • Preparing and submitting civil actions (including C&D letters)
  • Simplified procedure

Country Procedures

  • Customs application is available, it is valid for 1 year
  • If Customs acts ex officio, an application for action must be filed within 4 days
  • Deadline for response to Customs notification of detention is 10 working days¬†with application for action (3 working days for perishable goods), 4 working days for ex¬†officio actions. It can be extended only if the importer opposed destruction and the right holder decides to file complaint
  • Simplified procedure is applied
  • Deadline for importer to respond to seizure is within our 10 working days deadline
  • Local authorities tasked with taking criminal action against infringers only upon filing civil complaint