Dimitrov, Petrov and Co. is a law firm established in 1997 by Assoc. Prof. Dr. George Dimitrov and Mr. Bogdan Petrov. It has since focused on commercial law, information and communication technologies law, intellectual property law, real estate law, litigation and arbitration and brings together a team of highly qualified lawyers. International and domestic companies and public authorities trust the professional legal services of Dimitrov, Petrov & Co.
The most respected legal guides in Europe and the world - Martindale-Hubbell, Legal 500, Chambers Europe, IFLR 1000 and PLC Which Lawyer - recommend it as one of the most successful law firms in Bulgaria.
Established in 1991 Georgiev, Todorov & Co. is a leading Bulgarian law firm providing full scope services for both a large domestic client base and a range of foreign investors. It is amongst the largest practices in the country, with a proud culture of service excellence. The firm is recognized by the major legal directories and for many years now Georgiev, Todorov & Co. is a top-tier firm in some fields like Dispute Resolution and TMT.
Contact: Zlatina Ruseva-Savova, Partner
114, Dimitar Hadjikotsev St., Ground Fl.
South Park Complex
Sofia 1421, Bulgaria
Phone: +359 2 866 0629
Fax: +359 2 866 0629
Email: zruseva@; rslaw.eu firstname.lastname@example.org
A boutique business law practice advising U.S. technology, telecoms, pharmaceutical, energy and other companies on their export of goods, investments, compliance programs and day-to-day business in Bulgaria. Core strengths are corporate, private equity, commercial law and contracts, IT and outsourcing work, public procurement, PPP, energy, resources and infrastructure. Key contact is Ms. Ruseva-Savova, a founder and Co-Chair of the AmCham Public Procurement & EU Funding Advisory Committee, who is highly recommended for her outstanding advocacy skills. We provide advice in an approachable and practical way, first-class quality, efficiency and speed. Partner with international law firms on transactions involving cross-border issues.