Bulent Seyhan

Bulent Seyhan professional lawyer in the field of energy law and law inforcement
attorney Bulent Seyhan

Attorney. Qualified expert in the field of law enforcement, energy law. Provides legal services and consultancy for foreign companies in Turkey.

The founder of Seyhan law office Bulent Seyhan is a professional attorney with more than 25 years of legal experience. He was born in Ankara in 1965, graduated from Ankara Atatürk High School and Ankara University Faculty of Law. Member of Ankara Bar association under the register number 12111. For many years Bulent Seyhan was working as a columnist in the National Economy magazine PLATIN published Turkey writing about the problems of investors and Capital Markets legislation.

Professional achievements of lawyer Bulent Seyhan.

  1. Founding partnership of PROFAR (Professional Research Company).
  2. Founder of Technical Analysts Association.
  3. Head of Ankara Bar Association Energy Board.
  4. Head of Ankara Bar Association Petroleum Market sub-committee.
  5. Head of Energy law editorial board.
  6. Head of Petroleum Market sub-committee.
  7. Head of Electricity sub-board.
  8. Head of Turkish energy policy formation commission sub-board.

Areas of legal practice:

  1. Energy law.
    • Petroleum Market (Administrative fines, Legal issues arising from contracts between distribution companies and dealer).
    • Disputes related to Wind Power Plants, Establishment of wind energy generating companies, license applications etc.
  2. Commercial Law-Corporative Law.
    • Company supervision, audit of damage caused by managers and employees.
    • Legal and penal relations between company partners.
    • Commercial offenses.
    • Tax evasion.
    • Relationships between partners, the transfer of shareholders' financial risks outside the company.
    • Management of companies with decreasing assets.
    • Legal and financial analysis of the companies to be purchased.
    • Management of the companies on the stage of crisis, financial problems and bankruptcy.
    • Suspension of bankruptcy.
    • Detection of property abduction from the creditor, canceling of assets abduction, debt recovery.
  3. Tender Legislation.
    • Objections to be made under the Public Procurement Law and following the applicants for complaints.