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This page is dedicated to keeping readers informed of the latest news and thought leadership articles from law firms across the globe.

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The Council of Europe Prescribes the Adoption of a New Notion of Media...

(Recommendation CM/Rec (2011)7 of the Committee of Ministers to member states on a new notion of media)

GLG International Comparative Legal Guide - Telecom Bulgaria 2011

Telecom chapter about Bulgaria with the Global Legal Group - International Comparative Legal Guide, Telecom series, 2011 edition

Will the expected amendments to the Film Industry Act boost investor interest?

The bill to amend and supplement the Film Industry Act (“the Act”), proposed late last year by Bulgarian filmmakers, has stirred up a discussion on whether the introduction of tax credit in this field is the long-sought panacea to revive Bulgarian cinema or just another imprudent move aimed at using the otherwise positive experience of others in this area, among those engaged in filmmaking in Bulgaria.

TELECOMMUNICATION LAWS AND REGULATIONS 2011

Has Bulgaria fully implemented the EU 2003 regulatory framework? If Bulgaria has not fully implemented the new regulatory framework, have proceedings been brought against Bulgaria by the European Commission and if so, for which contraventions?

New Registration Rules for .bg Domains

The registration of .bg domains is regulated by the General Terms and Conditions for Registration and Maintenance of .bg and subordinated Domains, as amended and supplemented in order to reflect the development of the relations connected with the provision of domains, as well as any disputes that may arise. The latest amendments of these Terms and Conditions (18.09.2008) rendered the greatest change in the registration regime made so far, with some new mechanisms of domain protection established.

ICLG TO: Telecommunication Laws and Regulations 2009: Chapter 8, Bulgaria. GLG, 2008

The Bulgarian telecommunications market was liberalised on 1 January 2003. The Law on Electronic Communications (published in State Gazette issue 41 of 22 May 2007, the "LEC") transposes the principles set out in the EU 2002 regulatory framework. The full implementation of the EU regulatory framework is an on-going process as the adoption of the requisite secondary legislation progresses.

Telecommunication Laws and Regulations 2008: Chapter 8, Bulgaria. GLG Global Legal Group, 2007

The Bulgarian telecommunications market was liberalised on 1 January 2003. Recently adopted Law on Electronic Communications (published in State Gazette issue 41 of 22 May 2007, the “LEC”) transposes the principles set out in the EU 2002 regulatory framework. The full implementation of the new regulatory framework will be accomplished upon adoption of the requisite secondary legislation.

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