Prior to joining Wolf Theiss in 2015 with the aim of strengthening the dispute resolution and employment practices, Žiga worked at the Higher Court in Ljubljana and at another leading commercial-law firm in Slovenia.
Žiga's strong focus on procedural aspects of court and arbitral proceedings, combined with his experience from his time at the Court, carries strong synergies with his labour-law work, where day-to-day decisions are highly influenced by continuous developments in court practice. Žiga's advice is relied upon by international clients in sensitive dismissal cases and complex restructurings, where Žiga regularly coordinates cross-border projects.
Žiga has been admitted to the Slovenian Bar since 2015.
Due to his deep understanding of information technology and articles published on the topic, Žiga is recognized by clients as the go-to address for cases intertwining law and IT, and is often quoted or invited to speak publicly on legal and technical difficulties pertaining to the introduction of e-voting.