Entries by Krasimira Kadieva

We have drafted a Privacy Policy

In November 2018, we were contacted by a client – owner of an e-shop, who instructed us to prepare a Privacy Policy in Bulgarian. The client provided us with all the necessary information we requested in order to be able to draft the Privacy Policy in the agreed time and in compliance with the requirements […]

We have drafted a cease and desist letter

In November 2018, a client who trades with goods and with whom we have previously worked on several project contacted us. Our client had just found that a competitor had copied one of his trademarks without any change, which means that the competitor is using an identical trademark in his business activities to provide identical […]

We have implemented another new functionality on the website

We have implemented a new functionality on the Website, namely: an E-services portal (e-services), which has been developed with the aim to provide to our clients an opportunity to send us a request electronically about the following services, for which they would like to hire us, namely: Preliminary trademark search, Registration of a national trademark, […]

We have attended “IP for Business Training”

We have attended “IP for Business Training” organized by GIS Transfer Center Foundation, Patent Office of Republic of Bulgaria,  Enterprise Europe Network, European IPR Helpdesk, European Patent Academy and Sofia Tech Park, which was held on November 29th, 2018 at Sofia Tech Park. The training was attended by business representatives as well as fellow industrial […]

A Geo-blocking Regulation in the Context of E-commerce enters into force

Regulation (EU) 2018/302 on addressing unjustified geo-blocking and other forms of discrimination based on customers’ nationality, place of residence or place of establishment within the internal market enters into force on 3.12.2018. The aim of the Regulation is for the consumers to be provided more opportunities by overcoming the problem that some customers are not […]

Amendments to the Cultural Heritage Act

The Parliament adopted at first reading two bills amending and supplementing the Cultural Heritage Act. It is envisaged that the identification of items or collections of objects that can be defined as cultural values ​​will be carried out not only by state museums but also by private museums, which will be a relief for private […]