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Dobrev & Lyutskanov Offices
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Dobrev & Lyutskanov > Firm Profile
The firm: Dobrev & Lyutskanov Law Firm has 28 years of experience in providing legal services. The firm provides full legal assistance to its clients, offering consultancy and litigation. The firm’s effective mixture allows the company to provide clients with comprehensive protection of their legal interests.
The law firm was founded in 1989 during the change of the political regime in Bulgaria and successfully introduced and developed its practice in different sectors of the reforming economy.
The company is constituted and operates in accordance with the Bar Act. Its office is located in Sofia and it has a network of associate firms in the main cities of Bulgaria.
Areas of practice: Dobrev & Lyutskanov Law Firm provides high-quality, focused, responsive and cost-effective services to its selected client base, which includes renowned names in the main sectors of economy.
The firm provides legal services in the fields of company law, custodian services, restructuring, acquisition and liquidation of companies. Dobrev & Lyutskanov Law Firm offers legal services to companies in bankruptcy proceedings. The firm’s attorneys-at-law have been registered on the list of trustees approved by the Minister of Justice of the Republic of Bulgaria. The firm provides legal services in the acquisition of assets, conduct of negotiations and drafting of contracts.
The team’s professionalism in providing legal services in the implementation of projects in energy, infrastructure, transportation and insurance is well-known to the companies in these sectors.
Financial law and banking law are also part of the firm’s areas of practice. The firm offers legal services to local and foreign banks, assisting them in the financing and implementation of various projects and related collateral.
The firm provides advice to banks and financial institutions in extending inter-bank and syndicated loans and in establishing inter-bank consortia.
The firm assists clients in the registration of trade marks, industrial designs and patents and offers legal defence to its clients in the sphere of intellectual property.
Consultancy, participation in negotiations and drawing up of contracts in all spheres of economic life are important elements of the firm’s legal services. The firm takes part in negotiating insurance contracts and defends clients against insurance companies, including defence in international insurance cases.
Property law and construction law are an important part of the practice. The firm offers advice to clients on the acquisition, design, construction, supervision, development and management of real estate.
Maritime law is an important aspect of the firm’s activities. The practice includes consultations on the conclusion and implementation of maritime transportation contracts, claims, litigation and arrest of vessels.
The firm represents clients before all Bulgarian courts and before domestic and international arbitration tribunals. Lawyers of the firm specialise in mediation and alternative dispute resolution. The firm’s practice areas include recognition and enforcement of foreign court judgments and arbitration awards.
|Banking and finance||Roumen Lyutskanov|
|Banking and finance||Gergana Ilieva|
|Capital markets||Grozdan Dobrev|
|Corporate and M&A||Grozdan Dobrev|
|Employment and immigration||Roumen Lyutskanov|
|Employment and immigration||Gergana Ilieva|
|Environment and utilities||Roumen Lyutskanov|
|Environment and utilities||Mariya Endreva|
|Insurance, transport and communication||Roumen Lyutskanov|
|Intellectual property||Grozdan Dobrev|
|Intellectual property||Lyuben Todev|
|Litigation and ADR||Roumen Lyutskanov|
|Litigation and ADR||Gergana Ilieva|
|Real estate and construction||Roumen Lyutskanov|
|Real estate and construction||Mariya Endreva|
|Telecommunications, media and technology||Grozdan Dobrev|
|Telecommunications, media and technology||Lyuben Todev|
Staff FiguresNumber of lawyers : 12
LanguagesEnglish French German Russian
MembershipsAmerican Chamber of Commerce in Bulgaria Bulgarian Green Building Council German-Bulgarian Industry and Commerce Chamber Shiparrested
OtherContacts : Roumen Lyutskanov Contacts : Grozdan Dobrev
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