The newest addition to NBLO, Sylvia joined our team in 2020 and she specializes in Intellectual Property Law, Corporate and Commercial Law and Tax Law.
After having studied Law at the University of Heidelberg in Germany, Sylvia pursued her passion for European and International Law and graduated with a Master’s degree in European Law from Maastricht University with an excellent academic record. During her studies, she acquired in-depth knowledge in Intellectual Property Law, Corporate and Commercial Law and Competition Law. She has international experience thanks to living in three different European countries and speaks German and English language fluently.
Qualifications: Maastricht University, University of Heidelberg
Languages Spoken: Bulgarian, German and English
Office Location: Sofia
- Corporate and M&A
- German-speaking Desk (Deutschsprachige Abteilung)
At NBLO, we understand that maintaining ownership over your brand and safeguarding your innovative ideas, products and solutions are key to the value of a business. We have lawyers specialised in intellectual property matters, able to deliver superb advice and counsel. Our team will guide you to effectively licence and protect your technology assets. We […]
- Private Companies
- Charities / NGOs
Opening a bank account in Bulgaria in the name of a foreign business or organisation
In this note, we provide an overview of the requirements an overseas-incorporated business must generally meet to open a bank account in Bulgaria. We restrict our analysis to those organisations or businesses which are structured as companies or corporations in their home jurisdiction. Bulgarian law recognises legal forms originating in other jurisdictions without discriminating in […]
Bulgarians get more access to live and work in Switzerland
EU citizens do not require visas or permits to live and work in Switzerland. The 1999 Agreement on the Free Movement of Persons (AFMP) between the EU and Switzerland secures the free movement of “economically active persons” such as employed and self-employed persons and of “economically inactive persons” such as students, investors, retirees etc. After […]