Dimitrov, Petrov & Co.’s IP expert contributes to the new World Intellectual Property Rights and Remedies publication
20 September 2018
The recently published loose-leaf World Intellectual Property Rights and Remedies, Release 2018-3 features a chapter on Bulgaria written by Bilyana Angelova, head of the IP team of Dimitrov, Petrov & Co. Law Firm.
This publication has been realized in collaboration with the Center for International Legal Studies – a non-profit law research, training, and teaching institute the essential purpose of which is to promote and disseminate knowledge among members of the international legal community, with many initiatives addressed to the young lawyers.
Bilyana is one of the leading practitioners on intellectual property legislation from jurisdictions throughout Europe, Latin America, and Asia who have contributed to the publication with important analysis and comments on nuances of local practices. Each chapter describes how to register and protect copyrights, patents, trade and service marks, and it contains helpful guidance on topics such as trade names and business designations, utility models and industrial designs, licensing and transfer of technology.
The World Intellectual Property Rights and Remedies is published in the popular online legal research tool Thomson Reuters Westlaw and it also features useful English translations of key intellectual property legislation from non-English-speaking jurisdictions.
DPCo’s IP Team lead by the internationally recognized expert Bilyana Angelova is always available for reliable advice on copyright licensing and trademark prosecution.