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Borislava Pokrass

Senior Associate

Contact
CMS Sofia
Landmark Centre
14 Tzar Osvoboditel Blvd
1000 Sofia
Bulgaria
Languages Bulgarian, English, Russian

Borislava Pokrass is a Senior Associate in the Energy, Projects and Construction (EPC) department.

Borislava has significant experience in energy regulatory and procurement matters. She has also been part of the teams performing legal due diligences on various matters relating to the energy and climate change and finance sectors. Borislava has worked for numerous renewables producers in Bulgaria as well as a number of international energy investors.

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Memberships & Roles

  • 2007 – Bulgarian Bar Association 
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Education

  • 2009 – Practice Diploma in International Capital Markets and Loans, College of Law of England and Wales
  • 2006 – LL.M., Faculty of Law, Sofia University, Sofia, Bulgaria 
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02/02/2016
CMS ad­vises on a glob­al set­tle­ment of FiT re­duc­tion dis­putes with TSO in...
CMS has suc­cess­fully ad­vised three of the key re­new­able en­ergy com­pan­ies op­er­at­ing in Bul­garia on a glob­al out-of-court set­tle­ment with the Bul­gari­an Trans­mis­sion Sys­tem Op­er­at­or (“ESO” EAD) re­gard­ing...
08/11/2013
Waste Man­age­ment in Cent­ral and East­ern Europe
The waste man­age­ment sec­tor in West­ern Europe has been sub­jec­ted to enorm­ous com­mer­cial and leg­al changes over the last two dec­ades (at least), with these changes con­tinu­ing to oc­cur. The once dom­in­ant...

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25/01/2021
Bul­garia ex­pects bids for Sofia EfW plant by 15 March
After ten years of pre­par­a­tion and stud­ies, the Sofia dis­trict heat­ing util­ity an­nounced a tender for the Sofia EfW plant to be op­er­ated by re­fuse-de­rived fuel (RDF), with the dead­line for sub­mit­ting...
08/11/2013
Waste Man­age­ment in Cent­ral and East­ern Europe
The waste man­age­ment sec­tor in West­ern Europe has been sub­jec­ted to enorm­ous com­mer­cial and leg­al changes over the last two dec­ades (at least), with these changes con­tinu­ing to oc­cur. The once dom­in­ant...