Adv Konstantin Stambolov > Dinova Rusev & Partners > Sofia, Bulgaria > Lawyer Profile

Dinova Rusev & Partners
17, Vasil Aprilov Str.
1504 Sofia

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Konstantin is a partner with Dinova Rusev & Partners. He has over 20 years of extensive experience in advising foreign investors and Bulgarian companies on both establishing their business in Bulgaria and on a transaction basis, as well as on their day-to-day activities. Konstantin has been advising on corporate transactions, mergers, acquisitions, restructurings and share purchases where he has in-depth knowledge of the practical aspects and comprehensive approach on identifying problems and providing solutions. Konstantin also has significant Dispute Resolution experience. His practice is focused on tax litigation and contractual disputes.

Prior to joining Dinova Rusev & Partners, Konstantin worked as expert in criminology for the office of the Prosecutor General of Bulgaria, as corporate lawyer for major insurance companies, senior associate for Arthur Andersen and manager of the legal practice of Ernst & Young – AFA Ltd.

He has a degree in European law from the University of Nancy.




Admitted Sofia Bar, 1999
Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski, LLB 1989
University of Nancy 2 – bachelor EU law, 2007

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Bulgaria > Dispute resolution

(Leading individuals)

Konstantin Stambolov  – Dinova Rusev & Partners

Energy disputes lie at the heart of Dinova Rusev & Partners‘s practice, where the team is frequently asked to assist in high-profile cases that arise from the rulings of the energy regulator. The firm has a proven track record in administrative, civil and international litigation and handles cases relating to real estate, construction and employment as well as public procurement. Iliya Grozdanov and Georgi Vladov jointly lead the disputes practice, with the former focusing on energy litigation and the latter covering real estate and construction cases. Key partner, Konstantin Stambolov  has a focus on civil and administrative cases.