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Katerina Gramatikova

Katerina Gramatikova joined DOBREV & LYUTSKANOV Law Firm in 2006 as Associate. Ms Gramatikova has been Senior Associate since 2011 and since August 2016 she is on the position of Junior Partner.

She heads Competition Law; Public Procurement and Concessions. She is working as well in the areas of Corporate and M&A; Environment and Utilities and Infrastructure, Litigation and ADR and Infrastructure, Transport and Communication.

Katerina is currently undertaking a Part-time PhD at the Department of International Legal Studies, Institute of State and Law, Bulgarian Academy of Sciences. She specialised in EC Competition Law in King’s College, University of London and US Corporate Law and International Trade Regulations in Boston University, Legal Summer School in London in 2008.

She has graduated from Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski (LL.M. 2003), specialisation Jurisdiction and Public Administration.

Ms Gramatikova is a lecturer at the Centre for Continuing Legal Education "Krustyo Tzonchev" at the Supreme Bar Council.

President of the National Committee of Union Internationale des Avocats (UIA) for Bulgaria.

Member of the Sofia Bar Association.

Languages: English and Russian


Articles

Legal regime of the acquisition of the assets through which licensees carry out their licensed activities within the meaning of the Energy Act in cases of non-implementation of such activities for more than a year

10_Legal Regime of the acquisition of the assets trough which licensees carry out their licensed activities within the meaning of the Energy Act_KG[english] The Energy Act regulates the types of licensed activities and the procedure applicable to the issuance and

Issues Related to Maritime Claims and the Arrest of Ships

12_Issues Related to Maritime Claims and the Arrest of Ships[english] Business operations relating to international seaborne trade are often quite dynamic and intensive. The relationships concerning the use of ships are complex and quickly changing, while the contracts for the

Exhaustion of the Rights Conferred by a Trademark – Legal Issues Relating to the Import of Goods outside the European Union and the European Economic Area

10_Exhaustion of the Rights Conferred by a Trademark_16_KG[english] The exclusive right conferred by a trademark entitles its proprietor to use it and to dispose of it, as well as to prevent all third parties not having his consent from using

Seminar Medical Liability (Medical Malpractice and Professional Liability Insurance) Two Years On

On 24 June 2016, the seminar Medical Liability (Medical Malpractice and Professional Liability Insurance) – Two Years On took place in Hall 272 of St. Kliment Ohridski Sofia University, where the topic was discussed comprehensively (civil law, criminal law and

The New Public Procurement Act – Its Main New Features Compared to the Existing Legal Framework

04_The New Public Procurement Act – Its Main New Features Compared to the Existing Legal Framework_KGr[english] The new Public Procurement Act which was adopted earlier this year entered into force on 15 April 201. It transposed two recent Directives of

The Supreme Administrative Court has definitively repealed the contested fee rates under the Public Procurement Act

The judgment of a five-member panel of the Supreme Administrative Court dated 29 February 2016 upholds the judgment of the same court which repealed Regulation No 196 of the Council of Ministers of 10 July 2014 on the approval of

Katerina Gramatikova, Senior Associate at Dobrev & Lyutskanov Law Firm is the New National Representative of UIA for Bulgaria

Katerina Gramatikova, Senior Associate at Dobrev & Lyutskanov Law Firm is the new national representative of UIA (Union Internationale des Avocats) for Bulgaria. She was elected by the Executive committee of the organization in December 2015, thus assuming the functions

Bulgarian Merger Regime

Bulgarian Merger Regime Relevant law and competent authority The Competition Protection Act (CPA), (promulgated on 28 November 2008 and in effect as of 2 December 2008), sets out the legal framework for merger control in Bulgaria. The authority competent for

The New Tariff of Fees Applicable to Appeals under the Public Procurement Act

18_The New Tariff of Fees Applicable to Appeals under the Public Procurement Act_August_14_KG_eng The government has adopted the Tariff of Fees applicable to proceedings under Chapter 11 of the Public Procurement Act (PPA) with the Competition Protection Commission (CPC) and

New Rules for Licensing and Other Technology Transfer Agreements in the European Union

16_New Rules for Licensing and Other Technology Transfer Agreements _Junel_14_KG_en On 28 March 2014, following a process of public consultations started in February 2013, the European Commission published the revised Commission Regulation (EU) No. 316/2014 on the application of Article

The European Parliament Adopted the New Directives on Public Procurement and Concessions

05_The EU Parliament Adopted the New Directivs on Public Procurement and Concessions_March_14_KG In connection with the need for recast and modernization of the existing legislation in the public procurement field, the European Commission made a proposal on amending Directive 2004/18/EC

The New Public Procurement Rules

02_The New Public Procurement Rules_march, april, may_2012_KG The Bulgarian Government has recently proposed amendments to the Public Procurement Act (PPA) in line with the Concept on the 2011 Changes of the Public Procurement Legislation adopted by the Government on 12

The New Bulgarian Renewable Energy Sources Act

01_The New Bulgarian Renewable Energy Sources Act_january_2012_KG Over the recent years, Bulgaria has witnessed huge interest in the investment in renewable energy sources (RES) thanks to the favourable arrangements under the repealed RES Act and the incentives envisaged there for

The New Rules for Distribution Agreements

01_The New Rules_may_2011_KG The expiration of the validity term of the block exemption rules for some categories of vertical agreements has made it necessary for the European Commission to adopt a new Regulation [1] published on 20 April 2010. The

Joint Ventures and the Community Competition Law

01_Joint Ventures_june, july,august, september_2010_KG Joint ventures are legal forms which become increasingly common in the business life of the Republic of Bulgaria and the European Union as a whole. Their establishment is most often determined by the need for join

The New Competition Protection Act

01_The New Competition Protection Act_febryary, march_2009_KG The new Competition Protection Act (CPA) entered into force at the end of 2008. Its main objective was to harmonize the Bulgarian legislation with the latest developments in the acquis communautaire and to ensure

European Company /SOCIETAS EUROPAEA/

01_European Company_march_2007_KG The need to ensure free trade on the Community market determines the need to provide the companies trading on the European internal market with the freedom to reorganize their business on a Community scale, giving them the option

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