With solid positions in the IT, media and show business, the team advises all parties – developers, copyright owners, performing artists, TV and movie producers, broadcasters, collecting societies, on the full range of IP matters.
The IP practice represents both local and multinational industrial property holders in the full range of proceedings before the Bulgarian Patent Office, EUIPO and WIPO. In addition to registration services, cross-border licensing, anti-counterfeiting and customs measures, the team concentrates on IP infringement. The practice is active in a wide range of sectors, among which healthcare and cosmetics, gaming, IT, telecoms, entertainment, film production, consumer products, publishing, energy, aviation, media, food and beverage, public sector and more. The team assists major players in their respective sectors, including with handling their entire trademark portfolios.
Furthermore, the team regularly audits intellectual property assets in the context of legal due diligence required for sale, acquisition and securitization purposes.
They understand everything on the market there is to understand (Chambers Europe 2022)
The IP practice provides premier advice in key pillars of intellectual property law (The Legal 500 2022)
The team has exceptional legal, technical, and personal skills, complemented by great team depth (The Legal 500 2022)
Commercial and efficient, deeply knowledgeable and insightful, determined and hard-working (Chambers Europe 2020)
Kambourov & Partners achieves final win for Sofia Municipality in major copyright litigationBulgaria & the DSM Copyright Directive:Does transposition delay equal opportunity?Main points of the EU Commission’s proposal for a Digital Services ActImportant EU Commission initiatives in the IP sectorNew Facebook tools for IP rights protectionFirmer sanctions for intellectual property crimesRecent CJEU case-law in the field of digital mediaCan any word be my domain name? Free use of patents in the fight against COVID-19 Can I register "coronavirus" as a trademark? Kambourov & Partners achieves important IP win