Media, Advertising, & Entertainment Law Throughout the World - Bulgaria
Media, Advertising, & Entertainment Law
Intellectual Property Library, Thomson Reuters
Partner Hristo Nihrizov and Senior Associate Nikola Stoychev contributed the chapter on Bulgaria of Media, Advertising, and Entertainment Law Throughout the World. Written by the Center for International Legal Studies and members of MULTILAW, one of the world's leading associations of independent law firms, Media, Advertising, and Entertainment Law Throughout the World provides a concise and current overview of media, advertising, entertainment, and art law in more than 30 countries. This resource provides a starting point for media and entertainment attorneys and business people in understanding the law of other countries. The text is organized by country for easy reference, contains uniformly organized chapters for ease of use, and has useful appendices.
Тhe most common violations of the rules for the protection of personal data and means of avoiding them
Technology & Data
Academic Publishing House “Za Bukvite – O Pismeneh”,
Knowledge society and 21st century humanism, The 19th International Scientific Conference Sofia, 1st November 2021
It has been more than 3 years since the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) became applicable in the European Union. The Regulation has significantly increased the requirements for organizations processing personal data – controllers and processors, while also introducing high sanctions, with maximum amounts reaching millions of euros. Although a number of organizations have invested significant resources in bringing their data processing processes in line with the new requirements, there are still many violations of these rules. This analysis aims to systematize the most common violations of the data protection rules and to propose means of avoiding them.
CEM report on the snap parliamentary elections in July 2021
Telecom & Media
European Audiovisual Observatory Newsletter
In his article for the eighth issue of the European Audiovisual Observatory Newsletter Nikola Stoychev, actively assisted by Christian Ivanov, provides a brief account of the CEM report on the parliamentary vote on 11 July 2021, which presets the data and findings based on the specialised monitoring process of the activity of media service providers during the pre-election campaign. <br>*This publication is also available in German and French.
Jurisdictional issues and arbitration - an international comparison
Arbitration. Dispute resolution
Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration 2021
For a second year in a row DPC arbitration experts have been invited as contributors to the Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration. Pencho Stanchev and Martin Zahariev, PhD worked on the Bulgarian part to the chapter Jurisdictional Issues and Arbitration - An International Comparison of the Austrian Yearbook on International Arbitration 2021 with authors Gerold Zeiler and Andrijana Misovic.