Borislav Boyanov & Co. keeps for another year its top position as Band 1 and first class law firm according to the 2009 rankings of the prestigious legal directory Chambers and Partners. In particular, Chambers and Partners positions Borislav Boyanov & Co. as Band 1 Law Firm in the Competition / Antitrust Sector where Borislav Boyanov & Co. is the only Band 1 Law Firm in Bulgaria (“undoubtedly the foremost practice around” and “without a question the best team to engage in Bulgaria”); the Banking and Finance Sector (“offering an excellent service with extensive experience in banking and finance matters”), the Corporate / Commercial Sector (“large enough to have people specializing, which is still rare in the Bulgarian market and definitely a strength”, “excellent technical skills and exceptional in-depth understanding of the Bulgarian business environments” and “excellent team of young, deal-tested lawyers, who successfully employ a Western approach”, “also aware of international trends which is extremely helpful”), the Employment Sector (focused “strongly on litigation and employment matters, frequently advising on various aspects of the employment law”) and the Real Estate Sector (“widely regarded for its solid and reliable advice”). Over 10 fee earners from Borislav Boyanov & Co. have been included in the Leading Individuals Charts.
Archive for May, 2009
The article comments on the theory and court practice on cases where a contracting party has requested the court to rule upon the factual and legal grounds for modification or termination of a commercial contract in situations which the parties could not and were not obliged to foresee at the conclusion of the contract and where should the preservation of the contract be contrary to fairness and good faith.
This chapter of the International Comparative Legal Guide to Public Procurement 2009 covers the state of public procurement regulation in Bulgaria in 2009, including the remedies available to stakeholders in the public procurement process.
This article appeared in the 3rd edition of The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Public Procurement 2009, published by Global Legal Group Ltd, London (www.iclg.co.uk).
A number of amendments to the existing legal framework for protection and encouragement of investments have been introduced. Are these going to improve the investment climate in Bulgaria?