20 years together

May 2008

30 May 2008

On May 17-21, 2008 attorney-at-law Plamena Nikolaeva attended the International Trademark Association’s (INTA) 130th annual meeting in Berlin. The meeting is considered to be the biggest event in the intellectual property industry. It comprised five days of networking, educational and professional development opportunities, as well as committee meetings and exhibits.***

In his capacity as a Chairman of the Center for Law of the Information and Communication Technologies, Mr. George Dimitrov took part in a joint meeting of the Coordination Council for Information and Communication Technologies at the Ministry of Labour and Social Policy and the Coordination Council for Information Society at the Council of Ministers on May 14, 2008. Dimitar Dimitrov, chairman of the Coordination Council for Information and Communication Technologies together with Rumen Trifonov, secretary of the Coordination Council for Information Society opened the meeting, which focused on the E-governance Act. Mr. George Dimitrov presented the main principles and structures under the E-governance Act. The meeting also dealt with the requirements for administrative information systems as well as with the e-reengineering of the administration.***

On  May 8-10, 2008 Mr. George Dimitrov, Partner at Dimitrov, Petrov & Co. Law Firm was a speaker at the Meritas Annual Meeting in Chicago, USA. Dimitrov, Petrov & Co. is a member of Meritas, an alliance of around 200 independent law firms worldwide. This year’s conference was held under the motto ‘Improve Your Vision’ and focused on future trends and emerging world markets covering wide-ranging topics such as firm management, sustainable business practices, business opportunities, etc. Mr. Dimitrov chaired a session on Doing Business in Central and Eastern Europe with each regional representative presenting the legal environment and investment climate in his/her country. Mr. Dimitrov’s presentation dealt with the general legal framework, taxation, employment as well as investment incentives in the country.***

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