The long-term experience of our team allows it to provide tailored legal advice to the client’s business related to human resources and employment relationships, as well as to social security issues.
In order to fully protect the interests of our clients, Georgiev, Todorov & Co. provides expert legal advice and representation in court, drafts collective and individual employment contracts and consults on statute changes in the sector. Our legal team also advises its clients on dismissal and disciplinary dismissal procedures, as well as on income taxation.
In addition, the law firm offers full legal assistance for visa applications for foreign nationals and settling their legal status in Bulgaria for certain periods of time.
Оur lawyers apply an individual approach based on creative thinking, in-depth knowledge of the issues in the sector, and the usage of all the resources needed, to deal with the most complex issues in various industries – the automotive, construction, healthcare, pharmaceutical, software, technology and tоurism.
- Georgiev, Todorov & Co. successfully consulted a confidential company for production and distribution of fuels and natural gas on an employment law issue regarding the termination of contracts of some of the company’s employees in Bulgaria. The employment contracts were concluded with a foreign employer, for work performed on the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria, which made the issue more complicated, but due to the in-depth knowledge of our lawyers in the sector, the relations between our client and the employees were properly arranged.
- Our law firm regularly advises on various employment matters, including compliance with labour and safety regulations, internal employment regulations, and dismissals, and also provides representation in court to a number of local and international clients such as Experian Bulgaria, Roche Bulgaria, Balkantel, Infinity Travel, Dopamine, and Amdocs Bulgaria.
- Over the years we have provided consultations on collective employment contracts (agreements between employers and trade unions) and on the restructuring of the staff of the Bulgarian National Telecommunications Company and the Bulgarian National Air Transport Company.