Yavor joined NBLO in 2019 and his main interests lie in corporate, competition and EU law.
With a background in European law and experience in studying and working in Germany and the Netherlands, Yavor is well-suited to provide a true cross-border perspective on our clients’ cases. Before joining NBLO, he worked in the Bulgarian central bank and was also a trainee at the ECB.
Yavor is also familiar with the private sector, where he used to work for a commercial bank and another well-known Bulgarian law firm.
Qualifications: Sofia University, LL.M. (2013); Radboud University Nijmegen - LL.M. in European Law (2015)
Languages Spoken: Bulgarian, English and German
Office Location: Sofia
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 […]
EU-China Investment Treaty: Possible New Opportunities for Investors?
Following prolonged negotiations, the EU and China are expected to soon sign the Comprehensive Agreement on Investment (CAI) superseding the existing bilateral investment treaties between China and 26 Member States (all Member States except Ireland) currently have a Bilateral Investment Treaty (BIT) with the People’s Republic. It is expected that the agreement, whose exact provisions […]
Dispute Resolution for Businesses and Individuals post-Brexit
The following note briefly deals with the position of private actors (businesses and individuals) following the EU-UK Trade and Cooperation Agreement (the ‘Agreement’) agreed on Christmas Eve 2020 and provisionally in effect until 28 February 2021 pending review review and parliamentary ratification. The Agreement, in addition to the provisions of the Withdrawal Agreement signed earlier […]
The Covid-19 Workplace: Labour Inspections at Employees’ Homes?
In response to the Covid-19 outbreak, Bulgaria like many other jurisdictions adopted legislation that facilitated work from home by employees who would normally provide from premises provided by their employer. As a result of the epidemic, many businesses allowed their employees to work remotely from their homes in order to mitigate the risk of contagion. […]
Protection from Domestic Violence in Bulgaria
While natural affection and trust within the family home ideally ought to protect household members from violence and oppression from each other, when affection fails, rights are needed to provide safety. The overwhelming share of the victims of domestic violence are women and children, while it can affect men too. The Bulgarian Protection from Domestic […]