Ms Bilyana Angelova > Dimitrov, Petrov & Co > Sofia, Bulgaria > Lawyer Profile

Dimitrov, Petrov & Co
1303 SOFIA

Work Department

Head of Intellectual Property Law Practice Group




Joined Dimitrov, Petrov & Co. Law Firm in 2009


English, German


Member of the Sofia Bar Association; member of INTA’s Young Practitioners Committee; Trade Mark, Patent and Design Attorney at the Patent Office of the Republic of Bulgaria; European Trade Mark and Design Attorney


Graduated from Sofia University, Faculty of Law (LL.M. 2012);  Scholarship  on European Intellectual Property Law by the Academy of European Law, Trier, Germany (2015); Scholarship for the Summer Entrepreneurship Program for young leaders and entrepreneurs;  America for Bulgaria Foundation, USA (2016)
Fluent in English, good command of German

Lawyer Rankings

Bulgaria > Healthcare and life sciences

(Next Generation Partners)

Bilyana AngelovaDimitrov, Petrov & Co

Dimitrov, Petrov & Co handles complex regulatory and compliance matters for clients in the pharmaceutical and medical industries. The ‘dedicated’ team advises on Bulgarian price regulations and reimbursement procedures through the National Health Insurance Fund, clinical trial compliance, intellectual property and patent issues, competition and antitrust matters, and data protection and privacy. As well as advising major established players including Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and Eli Lilly, the firm has acted for market newcomers and clients at the cutting edge of medical technology and services, including a DNA diagnostic lab, e-health platforms, and manufacturers of new medical technologies. Practice head Bilyana Angelova  is well versed in contentious matters. Partner Zoya Todorova is an expert in pharmaceutical regulation. Senior associate Encho Simeonov and associate Alexandra Lassina are also noted.

Bulgaria > Intellectual property

(Next Generation Partners)

Bilyana AngelovaDimitrov, Petrov & Co

Dimitrov, Petrov & Co supports companies in managing their trade mark portfolios, assisting clients in the pharmaceutical, food production, IT, gambling and retail industries. The team assists on identifying conflicting trade marks, and defending clients’ trade marks in opposition, cancellation and infringement proceedings. The team is led by Bilyana Angelova, who also heads the healthcare and life sciences practice group and whose expertise in IP matters covers patents, trade marks and franchise agreements. Software licencing is another key strength of the firm; it advises major clients in the IT sector, including Google, on copyright and licensing issues, and drafts  bespoke master services agreements for software companies and electronic payment services. Alexandra Lassina is a name to note.