DGKV is Top Ranked in Chambers Global 2023

We are proud to announce that Chambers and Partners Global Guide 2023 has again recognized Djingov, Gouginski, Kyutchukov and Velichkov Law Firm as leading law firm in Bulgaria, retaining top band positions in both categories researched in Bulgaria – Commercial/Corporate (Band 1) and Dispute Resolution (Band 2).

This remarkable consecutive acknowledgement comes as a recognition for the competence, professionalism and exquisite credentials earned for more than 29 years of advising domestic and international clients. DGKV’s ranked lawyers are Zdravka Ugrinova in Corporate/Commercial and Angel Ganev in Dispute Resolution.

Based on analysis and client feedback appraising our outstanding team, the ranking individually recognizes the professional achievements of two partners at Djingov, Gouginski, Kyutchukov and Velichkov Law Firm:

Zdravka Ugrinova (Band 1) is a market-leading lawyer assisting private equity houses and corporate clients with acquisitions across a variety of sectors, including retail and manufacturing. She also offers notable expertise in advising the Bulgarian subsidiaries of multinational companies on various legal matters.

Zdravka Ugrinova is the leading lawyer in the firm", a source says.

Representative clients’ feedback:"They have been helping us with the sale of a company in Bulgaria. The law firm simplified it and navigated the whole process by itself."

Angel Ganev (Band 2) represents clients in disputes relating to cyber fraud, insolvency proceedings and commercial conflicts. He is also adept in handling international arbitration matters and proceedings.

"Angel Ganev is extraordinarily strong in court representation. He has very good oral skills and a reaction to the situations arising there, especially in cross-examination of experts."

"Angel Ganev is action-oriented," a source says.

Other representative clients’ feedback: 

"They spend time with us to understand how our business functions."

"The lawyers of the firm are very efficient in handling complex issues."