Van Bael & Bellis (London)

Todor Papanov

Van Bael & Bellis (London)
Lawyer (Associate)

Todor Papanov is a UK qualified solicitor based in our London office. He advises on a wide range of competition law matters, including investigations and competition law compliance, merger control under both the UK and the EU competition regimes and the application of competition law to commercial agreements and trading practices. In addition, Todor has advised a variety of UK and international clients on issues, such as State aid, export controls and sanctions. Todor also has experience in competition litigation, representing both claimants and defendants. Prior to joining Van Bael & Bellis, Todor worked in the London offices of two leading international law firms.

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Articles

752 Bulletin

Todor Papanov, Marc Freedman, Alex Stratakis The UK Government publishes an open letter to businesses providing more clarity on its upcoming national security and investment regime

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On 20 December 2021, the UK government published an open letter to businesses providing more clarity on its upcoming national security and investment regime. The new legal framework, which the UK government calls “the biggest shake-up in 20 years of the UK’s system for screening investments”, (...)

Andrzej Kmiecik, Alex Stratakis, Todor Papanov The UK Competition Authority publishes its recommendation and indicates the nature of the separate guidance that it plans to issue with respect to the assessment of vertical agreements

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At the start of November, the UK Competition and Markets Authority (“CMA”) issued a Recommendation to the Secretary of State with respect to the terms of a new UK-specific Vertical Agreements Block Exemption Order (“VABEO”) that would apply as of 1 June 2022. The VABEO would replace the retained (...)

Marc Freedman, Todor Papanov The UK Competition Authority launches a consultation on the future of national competition rules applicable to vertical agreements post Brexit

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On 10 February 2021, the UK’s Competition and Markets Authority (“CMA”) launched a consultation on the future of the UK competition rules applicable to vertical agreements. Following Brexit, the EU block exemption regulations which were in force at the end of the transition period (i.e., on 31 (...)

Marc Freedman, Todor Papanov The UK Government launches a consultation on a domestic regime for subsidy control following the conclusion of the Trade and Cooperation Agreement with the EU

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On 3 February 2021, the UK Government started a consultation process regarding the UK’s future subsidy regime, which will be entirely separate from the existing EU state aid framework. Following the conclusion of the UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement (the “TCA”) and the end of the Brexit (...)

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