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Priority access or are there genuine incentives for power generators using renewable energy sources?

October 2007 - Projects, Energy & Natural Resources . Legal Developments by Dobrev, Kinkin & Lyutskanov Law Firm.

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The introduction of new, environmentally friendly energy sources has become an increasingly relevant issue over the recent years because conventional primary energy sources (coal, oil, gas) have grown more costly and their deposits are being depleted, and also because of the undesired climate change as a result of the high level of greenhouse emissions.

Trademarks in Business

October 2007 - Intellectual Property. Legal Developments by Dobrev, Kinkin & Lyutskanov Law Firm.

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Many people believe that the entry of their business into the Companies Register automatically leads to protection of their name as a trademark. However, this is not the case. The name of the company /often ending in AD, OOD or another acronym in the Bulgarian language to indicate its legal form/ is used to identify the company.What is the trademark then[1]?

THE EUROPAN COMPANY /SOCIETAS EUROPAEA/

October 2007 - Corporate & Commercial. Legal Developments by Dobrev, Kinkin & Lyutskanov Law Firm.

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The need for ensuring free trade on the Community market has called for providing the companies trading on the European internal market with the freedom to reorganize at the Community level, while safeguarding their freedom to move their business operations and head office from one Member State to another and thus operate freely within the EU. This has been achieved through the establishment of a new legal form for the existence of undertakings, i.e. the European company or, as it is called in Latin, Societas Europaea /SE/.