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Competition/European Law — Greece


Bernitsas Law - Competition/European Law

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Band 1

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Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Augustine Almyroudi
- 3 partners
- 2 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Leading corporate firm with a well-respected competition law practice. Acts for an impressive roster of clients on all aspects of competition law, including state aid rules, merger control issues and abuse of dominance. Additionally, represents the Hellenic Republic in negotiations with the EU.

Strengths Clients applaud the firm's ethical values. "Authenticity and honesty are core elements of the firm's culture," explains an interviewee, "What really differentiates the team is that it consistently applies the same ethical values as our company."

Work highlights Advising a range of international financial institutions, including the European Investment Bank, on competition and European law issues surrounding the EUR6.2 billion Trans Adriatic Pipeline project.

Assisting Bristol-Myers Squibb with the compliance of its pricing policy with Greek competition law, as well as advising on merger control and commercial agreements.

Significant clients Diesel Hellas, Eurobank Ergasias, Hellenic Republic, LVMH Group, Marinopoulos Group.

Notable practitioners

Managing partner Panayotis Bernitsas is renowned in the market for his extensive experience in the competition and European law arena. In particular, he is reputed for his representation of high-calibre clients in alleged cartel cases. His recent work includes advising BMW Hellas on the compliance of its commercial policy with competition law.

Head of department Augustine Almyroudi is currently advising the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund on competition law issues related to the international tender for the privatisation of the National Train Operating Company and the Rolling Stock Maintenance Company. She is known for her deft handling of issues before the Hellenic Competition Commission and the civil courts. "I like the way she works," summarises one source.

Department profile by Bernitsas Law

​Our practice is a market leader, with a history dating back to Greece’s accession to the EU and successful track record in landmark competition and antitrust matters, including merger control cases, cartel investigations and related litigation, concerted and restrictive practices, market and sectoral investigations, abuse of dominance and state aid cases.

We have also advised government bodies on the implementation of the directives liberalising State monopolies and represented Greece in negotiations with the EU on State Aid granted to Greek industries. Our department provides comprehensive advice on all areas of EU law, with unrivalled experience in advising our clients on the EU law aspects of commercial, corporate and banking transactions and analysing the implications of new legislation on their business activities.

Our team has a long-running expertise in cases involving cartels and anticompetitive agreements, representing clients in dawn raids and preparing applications for leniency. We are experienced in antitrust investigations and damages claims, including abuse of dominance cases. We regularly represent clients before the Hellenic and European Competition Authorities in merger filings. We also represent clients before the Administrative Courts on appeals against the Hellenic Competition Commission’s decisions. We have a strong track record in developing merger control and compliance strategies and preparing for merger clearances and State Aid approvals.

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D.N. Tzouganatos & Partners - Competition/European Law

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第一等

Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

What the team is known for Market-leading boutique demonstrating standout capability in all areas of Greek and EU competition law. Adept at advising on cartel investigations, abuse of dominant position, unfair trade practices and trade marks. Noted for its strong academic focus.

Strengths "They're a boutique and they focus on competition issues," says a source, "I only have good things to say about them."

"One of the leading firms in the market," adds another.

Notable practitioners

Star individual Dimitris Tzouganatos offers deep experience across all facets of competition law and has a particularly strong track record of appealing fines before the competition authorities. Regarded as "one of the leading competition practitioners in Greece," he publishes extensively in this field. Peers describe him as "the competition expert of our jurisdiction."

Nikos Kosmidis is hailed by commentators as "a traditional competition lawyer with a strong academic background." He is experienced in litigating before the European, Cypriot and Greek competition authorities and is further noted for his knowledge of public procurement.

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Dryllerakis & Associates - Competition/European Law

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Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Emmanuel Dryllerakis
- 3 partners
- 3 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Top-drawer competition practice noted for representing both international and domestic clients in proceedings before the Hellenic Competition Commission. Additionally reputed for handling state aid issues. Increasingly active in private enforcement and regulatory compliance issues.

Strengths "The team has an in-depth knowledge of the competition field and how the Commission works," a client states, adding: "They know exactly what the Commission is looking for."

Clients also appreciate its commercial acumen: "They have the business sense of the case and can see the overall picture."

Work highlights Recently defended a group of clients in the Greek poultry market, including Nitsiakos and Amvrosiadis, against allegations of horizontal anti-competitive agreements. Successfully appealed to the Athens Court of Appeal for a 90% reduction of the initial EUR40 million fine.

Representing LARCO in an appeal for the annulment of the Hellenic Competition Commission's decision ordering the recovery of EUR136 million of incompatible state aid.

Significant clients Aegean Airlines, Barilla, Burlington, Hondos Center, Praktiker Hellas.

Notable practitioners

Managing partner John Dryllerakis is a "very respected and well-known" practitioner with vast experience in the competition space. Clients benefit from his previous experience having served on the Hellenic Competition Commission. His recent work includes acting for Regency Entertainment, Hellenic Casino Parnitha and Athens Resort Casino on the recovery of EUR200 million in a case of alleged state aid. Peers say that he is "a legend in the Greek legal society."

Emmanuel Dryllerakis is a senior partner in the team with a practice spanning competition, M&A and corporate issues. He is noted for representing clients before the Hellenic Competition Commission and litigating before the administrative courts. Of late, he has been assisting Olympic Brewery with an abuse of dominance case. Clients describe him as "very sharp and very effective with a good knowledge of the law."

Cleomenis Yannikas assisted Odeon with allegations of abuse of economic dependence. Clients appreciate his wide-ranging experience before the Greek competition authorities, with one remarking: "His presence was helpful because he's well known to the Commission - they were careful to act appropriately as a result." Another commentator deems him as "very hard-working and a safe pair of hands."

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Zepos & Yannopoulos - Competition/European Law

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Band 1

第一等

Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Emmanuel Mastromanolis
- 3 partners
- 3 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Top-drawer EU and Greek competition practice focusing on agreements, concerted practices and concentrations. Recognised for its capability to offer customised compliance trainings, such as down raid simulations, across various industry sectors. Also provides top-class litigation services on a range of competition issues.

Strengths The firm's user-friendly advice is greatly appreciated by clients. As one remarks: "Their documents don't leave any detail out but they are client-friendly and easy to understand."

Another commentator highlights its ability to cater to international clients: "An international client using Zepos will definitely find the right quality of service."

Work highlights Represented L'Oréal Hellas in a luxury cosmetics investigation by the Hellenic Competition Commission.

Assisted Protergia with compliance issues regarding its co-operation with OTE Group to provide a sales platform for energy and telecoms services.

Significant clients Anedik Kritikos, Arla Foods Hellas, LafargeHolcim, Pearson Education, Pierre Fabre Hellas.

Notable practitioners

Head of department Emmanuel Mastromanolis is widely recognised as an expert in competition law. A source highlights that "he doesn't only know the theory, he knows about real life and has done transactions." He assisted Metro with its potential joint venture with a Greek retail trader and represented one of the client's former subsidiaries before the Council of State.

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KG Law Firm - Competition/European Law

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Band 2

第二等

Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Anastasia Dritsa
- 1 partner
- 3 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for A dedicated team of EU and Greek competition law specialists with expertise in competition enforcement and merger cases. Regularly represents market leaders in high-profile investigation cases before the competition authorities, notably in relation to horizontal and vertical agreements, abuse of dominance cases and restructurings.

Strengths Clients are quick to highlight the team's efficiency. "We have very good direct communication with them," reports one, adding: "They have fast responses." Another states: "We get immediate responses. They are result-oriented."

The breadth of the practice overall is also important to commentators: "They're our preferred law firm because they offer support in a whole range of areas as well as competition."

Work highlights Assisting J&P AVAX during an investigation by the Hellenic Competition Commission into possible bid rigging of public infrastructure projects in Greece.

Represented AB Vassilopoulos before the Hellenic Competition Commission in relation to suspected restriction of parallel trade in the cosmetics and detergents market.

Significant clients Alpha Bank, Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company, Hellenic Halyvourgia, Rail Cargo Austria, Vodafone UK.

Notable practitioners

Head of department Anastasia Dritsa defended British American Tobacco before the Hellenic Competition Commission with regards to allegations of concerted practices. Clients laud her "quality and professionalism, good communication and reliability in meeting deadlines." Peers "only have good things to say about her and her practice." She is well respected in the market for her depth of experience in competition and European law, which includes cartels, abuse of dominance and private antitrust litigation matters.

Department profile by KG Law Firm

KG is one of Greece’s top competition law practices, having experience and expertise in the full range of EU and Greek competition law issues, such as:

  • Cartels
  • Anti-competitive vertical conduct
  • Abuse of market power
  • Merger clearances
  • Joint ventures
  • State aid and public procurement matters and privatization schemes
  • Competition litigation
  • Competition authority market investigations and sectoral enquiries
  • Distribution and agency agreements
  • Consumer protection issues, including misleading and deceptive conduct
  • Devising and managing competition law compliance programs and training

Our practice expertise has developed over the decades having advised market leaders in key industry sectors, including electricity, petrochemicals, telecommunications, manufacturing and distribution, food and beverages, consumer goods, steel, construction, electronics, retail, automobile, pharmaceutical, media and tobacco.



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POTAMITISVEKRIS - Competition/European Law

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Band 2

第二等

Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

Basic facts about the department
- Head of department: Xenophon Paparrigopoulos
- 2 partners
- 4 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Respected competition practice with dedicated experts able to provide comprehensive advice on a wide range of issues. Regularly represents large multinationals before competition authorities in Greece and other neighbouring countries. Also noted for its skilful handling of merger control filings with the European Commission.

Strengths "We have been very positively impressed by the team," says one client. "The team displayed a very good knowledge of the law, they understood our company's concerns and they reacted promptly."

Interviewees also appreciate the "very good access to resources and in-depth knowledge of related law" that the team offers.

Work highlights Defended Procter & Gamble before the Hellenic Competition Commission in an abuse of dominance case pertaining to the baby care market.

Advised DIAS during the merger control filing in relation to its acquisition by Selonda.

Significant clients AstraZeneca, Fairfax, Hellenic Petroleum, Piraeus Bank, Wind.

Notable practitioners

Xenophon Paparrigopoulos is described by market commentators as "the best in class for antitrust matters" and someone who "combines academic qualities with practicality and commercial sense." As well as being a partner, he serves as the head of the EU Studies department of the Scientific Service of the Hellenic Parliament.

Department profile by POTAMITISVEKRIS

The firm's EU and competition law and antitrust practice is one of the best in Greece. The team regularly handles cases concerning the clearance and notification of mergers and acquisitions before the Greek Competition Commission and European Commission and has also supervised filings before the National Competition Authorities in several countries including Cyprus, Bulgaria, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia. Potamitsvekris has also represented clients before the Greek Competition Commission in major cartel and abuse of dominant position cases and at the administrative courts in appealing decisions of the Greek Competition Commission.

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Hadjiprodromou-Triantaphillou & Partners (HT&P) - Competition/European Law

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Band 3

第三等

Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

What the team is known for Respected Athens-based firm noted for its long-standing presence in the market. Known for handling vertical and horizontal agreements, assisting with competition filings and advising on the implementation of business solutions.

Notable practitioners

Efi Kinini is noted for being able to handle the full suite of competition issues in the market. A practitioner who leaves a "good impression," she is additionally highlighted for her "combative" approach to litigation work.

Managing partner John Hadjiprodromou is well known in the market for his competition practice. As well as his legal practice, he is noted for his published works and for sitting on the boards of several Greek and international companies.

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Koutalidis Law Firm - Competition/European Law

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第三等

Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

What the team is known for Represents clients before competition authorities at a national and European level. Well versed in an array of issues, including cartel investigations, horizontal and vertical agreements and abuse of dominance cases. Particularly highlighted for handling competition cases in the electronic and energy sectors.

Strengths "I respect them a lot," says one source who is impressed by the firm's breadth of expertise, adding that they are "a very prominent firm in the Greek market."

"They have some great people," adds another interviewee.

Notable practitioners

Stamatis Drakakakis is a "very well-respected" lawyer focusing on competition and European law issues. He is also adept at assisting clients with state aid cases and regulation issues in network industries. One commentator says that they were "impressed by his presence."

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Lambadarios Law Firm - Competition/European Law

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Band 3

第三等

Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

Basic facts about the department
- Heads of department: Constantinos Lambadarios and Lia Vitzilaiou
- 4 partners
- 6 other qualified lawyers

What the team is known for Respected firm with a dedicated competition law practice, handling an increasing volume of cartel and dominance cases. Offers particular experience in advising clients on actions before the Hellenic Competition Commission. Able to assist with issues across a range of sectors, such as energy and construction.

Strengths "They're a very impressive team. They have a great variety of skills and excellent business knowledge," one satisfied client reports.

The firm's reputation for efficiency precedes it in the market: "They provide fast and accurate work to support us."

Work highlights Assisted Jaguar Land Rover with the review of its selective distribution network in Greece.

Notable practitioners

Constantinos Lambadarios enjoys a "great reputation" in the market for "the very good quality of his work." His competition expertise spans numerous different industries including consumer products, construction and automobiles. Among his areas of proficiency are collective dominance cases, merger control issues and compliance. Clients are quick to pick out his "commercial awareness" and "effectiveness."

Department profile by Lambadarios Law Firm

The Competition law department at LLF is best known for its handling of complex cases. As a team we have now significant expertise in cases involving the Hellenic Competition Commission. More specifically, we see as an area of growth cartel and dominance cases as these tend to be the most complicated and high profile cases which the commission has avoided prosecuting in the past. Our team at LLF combines many disciplines that work under one leader to achieve the best results for the clients. For example part of our team when we deal with a case are a litigation partner, an administrative law partner and a partner that knows the industry such as our energy team, construction team or consumer products colleagues. This gives our team a unique advantage in dealing with a case because we do not focus only on the competition law issues but also on the broader litigation issues that stem from each case. In this group we involve Prokopis Dimitriadis (Litigation and banking), George Panopoulos (Energy), Chara Daouti (TMT) and John Filiotis (Litigation). This group along with Constantinos and Lia and a group of 5 associates completes the competition law team at LLF.  

Proof of this novel approach is that the department has once again been retained by a leading Italian construction company to represent the company in the largest cartel case every brought by the HCC involving over 30 construction companies having formed a cartel for over 20 years.

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Nikolinakos, Lardas & Associates Law Firm - Competition/European Law

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Band 3

第三等

Commentary from the Chambers Europe guide

What the team is known for Solid competition law practice with a special focus on the TMT market. Deals with complaints to the national competition and regulatory authorities and offers both litigation and advisory services to a range of international and domestic clients. Houses experts with previous experience of working within government, competition and regulatory agencies.

Notable practitioners

Head of department Nikos Nikolinakos is notable for his wealth of experience of competition and European law issues within the TMT space. He offers regulatory and policy advice alongside litigation matters.

Dina Kouvelou provides expert advice on competition cases, particularly in relation to TMT. She is highlighted for her strong commercial awareness and her litigation skills.

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Eminent Practitioner

Panayotis M Bernitsas

Bernitsas Law

From the Chambers Europe guide

Managing partner Panayotis Bernitsas is renowned in the market for his extensive experience in the competition and European law arena. In particular, he is reputed for his representation of high-calibre clients in alleged cartel cases. His recent work includes advising BMW Hellas on the compliance of its commercial policy with competition law.

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Eminent Practitioner

John C Dryllerakis

Dryllerakis & Associates

From the Chambers Europe guide

Managing partner John Dryllerakis is a "very respected and well-known" practitioner with vast experience in the competition space. Clients benefit from his previous experience having served on the Hellenic Competition Commission. His recent work includes acting for Regency Entertainment, Hellenic Casino Parnitha and Athens Resort Casino on the recovery of EUR200 million in a case of alleged state aid. Peers say that he is "a legend in the Greek legal society."

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Star Individuals

Dimitris Tzouganatos

D.N. Tzouganatos & Partners

From the Chambers Europe guide

Star individual Dimitris Tzouganatos offers deep experience across all facets of competition law and has a particularly strong track record of appealing fines before the competition authorities. Regarded as "one of the leading competition practitioners in Greece," he publishes extensively in this field. Peers describe him as "the competition expert of our jurisdiction."

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Anastasia S Dritsa

KG Law Firm

From the Chambers Europe guide

Head of department Anastasia Dritsa defended British American Tobacco before the Hellenic Competition Commission with regards to allegations of concerted practices. Clients laud her "quality and professionalism, good communication and reliability in meeting deadlines." Peers "only have good things to say about her and her practice." She is well respected in the market for her depth of experience in competition and European law, which includes cartels, abuse of dominance and private antitrust litigation matters.

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Emmanuel P Mastromanolis

Zepos & Yannopoulos

From the Chambers Europe guide

Head of department Emmanuel Mastromanolis is widely recognised as an expert in competition law. A source highlights that "he doesn't only know the theory, he knows about real life and has done transactions." He assisted Metro with its potential joint venture with a Greek retail trader and represented one of the client's former subsidiaries before the Council of State.

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Augustine Almyroudi

Bernitsas Law

From the Chambers Europe guide

Head of department Augustine Almyroudi is currently advising the Hellenic Republic Asset Development Fund on competition law issues related to the international tender for the privatisation of the National Train Operating Company and the Rolling Stock Maintenance Company. She is known for her deft handling of issues before the Hellenic Competition Commission and the civil courts. "I like the way she works," summarises one source.

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Hadjiprodromou-Triantaphillou & Partners (HT&P)

From the Chambers Europe guide

Efi Kinini is noted for being able to handle the full suite of competition issues in the market. A practitioner who leaves a "good impression," she is additionally highlighted for her "combative" approach to litigation work.

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Constantinos Lambadarios

Lambadarios Law Firm

From the Chambers Europe guide

Constantinos Lambadarios enjoys a "great reputation" in the market for "the very good quality of his work." His competition expertise spans numerous different industries including consumer products, construction and automobiles. Among his areas of proficiency are collective dominance cases, merger control issues and compliance. Clients are quick to pick out his "commercial awareness" and "effectiveness."

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Xenophon Paparrigopoulos

POTAMITISVEKRIS

From the Chambers Europe guide

Xenophon Paparrigopoulos is described by market commentators as "the best in class for antitrust matters" and someone who "combines academic qualities with practicality and commercial sense." As well as being a partner, he serves as the head of the EU Studies department of the Scientific Service of the Hellenic Parliament.

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Cleomenis Yannikas

Dryllerakis & Associates

From the Chambers Europe guide

Cleomenis Yannikas assisted Odeon with allegations of abuse of economic dependence. Clients appreciate his wide-ranging experience before the Greek competition authorities, with one remarking: "His presence was helpful because he's well known to the Commission - they were careful to act appropriately as a result." Another commentator deems him as "very hard-working and a safe pair of hands."

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Emmanuel J Dryllerakis

Dryllerakis & Associates

From the Chambers Europe guide

Emmanuel Dryllerakis is a senior partner in the team with a practice spanning competition, M&A and corporate issues. He is noted for representing clients before the Hellenic Competition Commission and litigating before the administrative courts. Of late, he has been assisting Olympic Brewery with an abuse of dominance case. Clients describe him as "very sharp and very effective with a good knowledge of the law."

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John Hadjiprodromou

Hadjiprodromou-Triantaphillou & Partners (HT&P)

From the Chambers Europe guide

Managing partner John Hadjiprodromou is well known in the market for his competition practice. As well as his legal practice, he is noted for his published works and for sitting on the boards of several Greek and international companies.

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Ilias E Koimtzoglou

Deloitte

From the Chambers Europe guide

Ilias E Koimtzoglou has left Zepos & Yannopoulosto join Deloitte in January 2017. He has extensive experience in handling competition law. One client describes him as "one of the most helpful, business-oriented and customer-centric lawyers that we've met."

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D.N. Tzouganatos & Partners

From the Chambers Europe guide

Nikos Kosmidis is hailed by commentators as "a traditional competition lawyer with a strong academic background." He is experienced in litigating before the European, Cypriot and Greek competition authorities and is further noted for his knowledge of public procurement.

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Alexandra Mikroulea

Mikroulea - Chrissanthis & Partners

From the Chambers Europe guide

Managing partner Alexandra Mikroulea of Mikroulea - Chrissanthis & Partners is renowned in the market for her expertise in competition law. An associate professor at the University of Athens as well as a founding partner of the firm, she is well versed in both the academic and commercial aspects of the practice area. "She's very solid," remarks one interviewee, while another highlights her previous experience at the Hellenic Competition Commission.

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Nikos Nikolinakos

Nikolinakos, Lardas & Associates Law Firm

From the Chambers Europe guide

Head of department Nikos Nikolinakos is notable for his wealth of experience of competition and European law issues within the TMT space. He offers regulatory and policy advice alongside litigation matters.

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Gregory M Pelecanos

Ballas, Pelecanos & Associates

From the Chambers Europe guide

Gregory Pelecanos of Ballas, Pelecanos & Associates is praised for his competition practice in a number of different industries, including beer and automobiles.

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Evangelos Politis

Politis & Partners

From the Chambers Europe guide

Managing partner Evangelos Politis of Politis & Partners is regarded as "a very tough and experienced litigator, who is pragmatic, on time and committed to finding solutions." He is noted for his extensive work in large Greek privatisation projects.

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Sarantitis Law Firm

From the Chambers Europe guide

Terina Raptis of Sarantitis Law Firm heads up the competition and European law practice. She is popular among clients for being "reliable in her support" and "very careful in every single detail." Her recent work includes advising Yama Hellas during its negotiations with Kuvera to set up an International Franchise Agreement within Greece.

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Up and Coming

Stamatis Drakakakis

Koutalidis Law Firm

From the Chambers Europe guide

Stamatis Drakakakis is a "very well-respected" lawyer focusing on competition and European law issues. He is also adept at assisting clients with state aid cases and regulation issues in network industries. One commentator says that they were "impressed by his presence."

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Nikolinakos, Lardas & Associates Law Firm

From the Chambers Europe guide

Dina Kouvelou provides expert advice on competition cases, particularly in relation to TMT. She is highlighted for her strong commercial awareness and her litigation skills.

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