Dress code Blue and White: The International Women's Club Foundation recently celebrated its 30th anniversary in the colours of its logo. The foundation's lawyers - Diana Valkova and Maya Todorova from Dinova Rusev and Partners Law Office were also invited to the celebration. For the last decade, supporting International Women's Club charity projects has been one of the causes of our law firm, for which we work pro bono. We are looking forward to continue helping the foundation to help people in need!


On 24th September 2019 Diana Valkova and Vesela Kabatliyska, partners at Dinova Rusev and Partners Law Office, took part at Bulgarian Digital Week, one of the highlights of the 75th International Technical Fair Plovdiv Bulgaria 2019. Diana Valkova was a lecturer at  Cyberlaw, Cybercrime & Cybersecurity Conference – the subject of her lecture was Cyber Security Regulatory Measures as a Prerequisite for a Single Digital Market.

CYBERLAW, CYBERCRIME & CYBERSECURITY is information security event featuring comprehensive conference programme showcasing the most relevant information security solutions and products.
The conference provided intellectually fertile platform for exchange of ideas, concepts, perspectives and opinions on cutting edge cyberspace ecosystem issues.
It examined and analyzed the emerging Cyberlaw, Cybercrime and Cybersecurity trends of today’s times.

Diana Valkova and Iliya Grozdanov attended Plovdiv Economic Forum II on 26-27 June 2019.

Diana Valkova took part as speaker at Conditions for Transforming Bulgaria as a European Digital Hub discussion.

More information on the event you may find on the following website: http://www.plovdivforum.com/



As of 2 March 2019 the Bulgarian Personal Data Protection Act is amended in line with the GDPR regulations. Interestingly, this socalled “implementing act” does not change much, in terms of regulation, the personal data protection climate in Bulgaria. It is safe to say that the Bulgarian personal data protection legislation is among the most stringent even before the dawn of the GDPR. Due to this, part of the regime introduced by the GDPR is more relaxed than the requirements of the previous version of the Bulgarian Personal Data Protection Act having a history as of 2002 in Bulgaria.

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