Our offices

Sofia

Two of our partners, and all of our associates and support staff are based in Sofia. The office has high quality communication, IT and document-handling capabilities. The Sofia office co-ordinates our work throughout Bulgaria. Our main office in Sofia undertakes most of the corporate, commercial, intellectual property, ADR, competition, and other cutting-edge work we do. Based out of Sofia, we can also maintain a presence in other locations, depending on client needs.

New Balkans Law Office
19-B Patriarh Evtimiy Blvd
Sofia 1142, Bulgaria
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Telephone +359 (0) 2 950 6239
Facsimile +359 (0) 2 489 4333
sofia@newbalkanslawoffice.com
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London

Our London office undertakes client liaison and allows the firm to serve the needs of clients directly. You are always able to contact us in London to discuss issues which require an immediate conference or otherwise demand attention in person. All types of work performed by our Bulgarian lawyers are supported and liaised on from London. Two of our partners share their time between London and Bulgaria.

New Balkans Law Office
27 Redcliffe Gardens
London SW10 9BH
United Kingdom
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Telephone +44 (0) 20 7183 0262
Facsimile +44 (0) 20 7117 1718
london@newbalkanslawoffice.com
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Recent work:

Železárni Veselí

We have provided full legal support to the establishment and local operations of the Czech-headquartered steel holding company Železárny Veselí. We have acted on behalf of the client on the following major assignments:

  • Incorporating the joint venture structure of four Bulgarian companies in which the Czech investor holds 76% of the share capital
  • Drafting the agreements required for the operation of four photovoltaic power plants with a total capacity of 20 MWp
  • Representing the borrower on the financing of the four Bulgarian companies by a Slovak bank
  • Providing litigation advice on the feasibility of challenging the recently-introduced access fee for photovoltaic power plants in the country.

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