The Difference: You can count on us for full legal support of your business! However, we remain keen on our philosophy to support you with our expertise in narrowly-specialised areas of regulation at EU and national level.
The Competence: We are qualified to provide legal advice on matters regulated at national level, as well as EU Community law and international law. Our expertise allows us to provide targeted, understandable and practical solutions in a number of sectoral regulatory niches. Our team also carries out specialised trainings and compliance audits.
The Team: We are professionals with years of experience in our respective field of expertise, which have been gained through practise in national regulators, various prominent local and international law firms and corporations.
The Partnerships: PPG Lawyers partners with established law firms in the CEE region, as well as the US.
The Attitude: We believe that personal attitude matters! We first establish thorough knowledge about a client’s business model and needs, we then choose the most experienced lawyer to coordinate the project and form a smoothly organised team with qualifications and expertise in the required legal fields.
Dr Irena Georgieva is the founder and manager of PPG Lawyers with more than fifteen years of experience in public procurement and data protection matters.
She has built the team of PPG Lawyers by bringing together motivated attorneys and consultants with long-standing expertise tightly focused in the areas of regulation we consult.
PPG Lawyers has successfully advised HeleCloud LTD on the acquisition of the BG company DataStork (a cloud services company).
PPG Lawyers has successfully advised an online chain of private companies for physiotherapists and health professionals in Bulgaria regarding their compliance with the legal regulations on competition, consumer protection and personal data protection.
Our partner att. Mariya Papazova published a country report about New Fuel Sector Inquiry in Bulgaria in the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe) 2/2019 (Vol. 3) of the Lexxion, as a country correspondent for Bulgaria. The report reflects the main findings of the third inquiry in the fuel sector in Bulgaria for the last 10 years which has been conducted by the Bulgarian Competition Protection Commission at the end of 2018 and beginning of 2019. You may find the full text of the country report here.