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Lyuben Todev

Lyuben Todev joined the team of DOBREV & LYUTSKANOV Law Firm in 2013 as a trainee. He has been Junior Associate since 2014, Lawyer since August 2016 and Associate as of August 2017.

Lyuben specialises in Corporate and M&A; Employment and Immigration, Intellectual Property.

Mr Todev has graduated from Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridski (LL.M. 2012), specialization Public Administration.

Member of the Sofia Bar Association.

Languages: English, German


Articles

The European Commission appealed to Bulgaria to comply with the EU legislation concerning unfair terms in consumer contracts

On 24 January 2019, the European Commission invited Bulgaria to adjust its legislation with the EU law on unfair terms in consumer contracts (Council Directive 93/13/EEC). In accordance with the Directive, Member States have to ensure that contracts with consumers

Electronic vignettes and tolls in Bulgaria as from 1 January 2019

The amendments to the Road Traffic Act enter into force on 1 January 2019, introducing the obligation to pay tolls prior to the use of the road network in accordance with the earlier amendments to Roads Act. As from the

Amendments to the Insurance Code concerning non-pecuniary damages under third-party liability insurance policies

The amendments to the Insurance Code which entered into force on 7 December 2018 provide that the amount of damages in the event of the death of a relative will be determined in accordance with a regulation issued jointly by

OBLIGATIONS OF ONLINE CONTENT SHARING PLATFORMS – PROBLEMS AND SOLUTIONS. THE PROPOSAL FOR A DIRECTIVE ON COPYRIGHT IN THE DIGITAL SINGLE MARKET

The printing press, telegraphy, and radio broadcasting are landmark inventions that accelerated the spread of knowledge, facilitated the sharing of ideas and speeded up technological progress. However, each of these inventions raised the issue of intellectual property rights and their

The General Data Protection Regulation within the EU Digital Single Market Strategy

12_2017_EN_The General Data Protection Regulation within the EU Digital Single Market Strategy _LT Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of

The growth of the New Silk Road – opportunities for business

The notion New Silk Road refers to a network of infrastructural projects, aimed at enhancing the existing and creating new trade and energy corridors between countries from China to the Netherlands. The projects encompass two routs, one on land and

Development of the proposal for E-Privacy Regulation

The debate on the European Commission’s proposal for E-Privacy regulation – part of the Digital Single Market Strategy, which rules should complement and act jointly with the General Data Protection Regulation – continues. The proposed new regulation pursues the goal

Workshop on new Data Protection Regulation

A seminar on the implementation of the new General Data Protection Regulation was held on 24 October 2017. The event was organized by the German-Bulgarian Chamber of Commerce and Industry with the participation of representatives of the Commission for Personal

New Interpretative Case Opened

Interpretative Case No 3/2017 of the General Assembly of the Civil and Commercial Colleges of the Supreme Court of Cassation was opened with an order dated 30 June 2017 to examine three questions concerning the repayment of monetary debt, in

Seminar on the subject ‘Current Changes in the Civil Procedure Code, the Special Pledges Act and the Commerce Act’

On the 20th and the 21st of June 2017 was held a seminar on the subject ‘Current Changes in the Civil Procedure Code, the Special Pledges Act and the Commerce Act’. Within the framework of the seminar the changes in

Legal Regime of the Liability of Information Society Service Providers in the Case of Infringements of Intellectual Property Rights

04_Legal Regime of the Liability of Information Society Service Providers_LT[english] Technological advances continuously pose new challenges to the intellectual property protection. The most recent developments to this effect relate to information technologies and the broader access to the internet. Works

Seminar on the New Challenges in the Electronic Environment – Legal Aspects

On 24 March 2017, the National Institute of Justice, together with the Bar Training Centre, organized a seminar entitled The New Challenges in the Electronic Environment – Legal Aspects on the protection of intellectual property rights in the provision of

Register of Bank Accounts and Bank Safe Deposit Boxes

The new Article 56a of the Credit Institutions Act entered into force on 1 January 2017, providing for the establishment of a register with the Bulgarian National Bank with the following content: bank account numbers, the names of the account

Industry 4.0 in Bulgaria economic forum

On 23 June 2016, the Industry 4.0 in Bulgaria economic forum took place to discuss the new industrial revolution caused by the development of information technologies and the possibilities for digitalization of all aspects of the economy. The forum was

Forms of Residence of Workers and Employees Managers and Company Representatives

Forms of Residence of Workers and Employees or Managers and Company Representatives [english] On 24 March and 7 April 2016, the Legal Days of the German-Bulgarian Chamber of Industry and Commerce, a specialized workshop on topical legal and tax issues

Applicability of Enforcement Proceedings to Contracts with an Arbitration Clause: Risks and Opportunities

14_Applicability of Enforcement Proceedings to Contracts with an Arbitration Clause_LT[english] As well as the option to agree on arbitration, the parties to a dispute have the opportunity to agree on the relevant procedure. Generally, arbitration provides for a faster final

The Breach of the Employer’s Trust as a Disciplinary Violation under the Bulgarian Labour Law

07_The Breach of the Employers Trust as a Disciplinary Violation under the Bulgarian Labour Law_LT[english] A major issue in labour law is the challenge of the termination of an employment relationship at the employer’s initiative. In its case law, the

Guaranteed Savings Contracts (ESCO Contracts)

12_ESCO Contracts_April_14_LT_en The Energy Efficiency Act (hereinafter referred to as “the EEA”, promulgated in The Official Gazette, No, 98 of 14 November 2008 and entered into force on 14 November 2008) regulates the pursuit of the government policy for enhanced

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