Mr Dimitar Karabelov > Dimitrov, Petrov & Co > Sofia, Bulgaria > Lawyer Profile

Dimitrov, Petrov & Co
28 TODOR ALEXANDROV BLVD
FLOOR 7
1303 SOFIA
Bulgaria

Work Department

IPOs and Capital Markets, Corporate and Commercial Law, Competition Law, Tax Law

Position

Of Counsel

Career

Before joining DImitrov, Petrov & Co. Law Firm in 2010, Dimitar gained a 5-year professional experience at another prestigious Bulgarian law firm

Languages

English

Memberships

Sofia Bar Association, Representative for Bulgaria in IBLC

Education

Dimitar Karabelov graduated from Sofia University, Faculty of Law in 2005. He has been constantly enhancing his expertise by participating in various workshops and seminars on competition law, tax law, public procurement, etc.

Lawyer Rankings

Bulgaria > Banking, finance and capital markets

Dimitrov, Petrov & Co’s team is ‘comprised of specialists in every aspect of the law’, with ‘excellent response times, quality service, ethics and morale’. Hristo Nihrizov, who regularly acts for banks in insolvency proceedings, heads the banking and finance practice. Capital markets team head Dimitar Karabelov assists clients with licensing, the listing and delisting of companies, tender offers and compliance matters.

Bulgaria > EU and competition

Dimitrov, Petrov & Co‘s ‘highly efficient‘ team advises on abuse of dominance, collusive agreements, incompatible state aid and unfair competition matters. Practice head Zoya Todorova specialises in merger clearances and senior associate Donka Stoyanova is ‘able to address regulatory matters before the respective authorities‘. Other key lawyers are the ‘distinguished‘ Metodi Baykushev and senior associate Dimitar Karabelov, who is ‘highly reliable and available at any time‘. The team’s client roster includes global companies such as Google, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer and Fox Networks Group, and the Bulgarian subsidiaries of multinationals such as Telenor and Société Générale. Recent highlights include defending Sofia Airport against a claim of abuse of dominance via predatory pricing offered by some low-cost airlines in a high-profile case before the Bulgarian competition regulator.