- TAX CONTROVERSY & LITIGATION
- 30 JUNE 2022
Zepos & Yannopoulos contributes the Greek chapter for the Chambers Tax Controversy 2022 Guide
We are delighted to be a contributing firm to the Tax Controversy Guide with Chambers Global Practice Guides. Our commentary on the Tax sector in Greece provides insights and the latest information on causes of tax controversies; tax audits; administrative litigation; judicial litigation, including appeals; alternative dispute resolution (ADR); administrative and criminal tax offences; cross-border tax disputes; international tax arbitration options; and costs/fees. Alex Karopoulos, head of our Tax Controversy & Litigation practice, along with Dimitris Gialouris, partner, Eva Yotakou, senior associate and George Vlachakis, associate, provide an overview of what to expect when dealing with tax disputes in Greece. To access the full version online please click here. ...
- FINANCE & CAPITAL MARKETS
- 30 JUNE 2022
Zepos & Yannopoulos Finance & Capital markets practice stands out in IFLR1000 Debt Capital Markets rankings
Our firm is proud for our Finance & Capital Markets practice, headed by Christina Papanikolopoulou, for being ranked Tier 1 in Greece in IFLR1000 Debt Capital Markets rankings 2022 and Tier 2 in Equity Capital Markets. We could not miss the opportunity to thank our clients for their trust and inestimable feedback while we remain committed in providing top quality services. ...
- ANTITRUST & COMPETITION
- 15 JUNE 2022
Latest Developments in Antitrust Law published in Sinigoros Magazine
Stamatis Drakakakis, partner and head of our Antitrust & Competition has shared his expertise in a series of articles covering recent antitrust and competition law developments featured in Synigoros Magazine, published by Nomiki Bibliothiki. Associates Yolanda Antoniou-Rapti, Ellie Gavriilidou, Maria Lampadaki, Argyris Papaefthymiou and Kostantinos Sidiropoulos sign as co-authors. To download the full articles (in Greek), please click below: Κρατικές ενισχύσεις ενόψει της νόσου Covid-19 | τ.139/2020 | Σταμάτης Δρακακάκης & Μαρία Λαμπαδάκη Οριζοντίως & Καθέτως | τ.143/2021 | Σταμάτης Δρακακάκης, Μαρία Λαμπαδάκη, Γιολάντα Αντωνίου-Ράπτη, Αργύρης Παπαευθυμίου Οριζοντίως & Καθέτως | τ.144/2021 | Σταμάτης Δρακακάκης, Μαρία Λαμπαδάκη, Γιολάντα Αντωνίου-Ράπτη, Αργύρης ...
- 9 JUNE 2022
Greece’s first Climate Law | A roadmap to carbon neutrality
Greece’s first Climate Law 4936/2022 (GG A/105/27.05.2022) was enacted a few days ago by the Hellenic Parliament, aiming at establishing a coherent framework for improving the climate resilience of Greece. Global warming is recognised as one of the major threats of our times. Further to the adoption of measures at international (Paris Agreement) and EU level (Regulation no 2021/1119), this is the first attempt of the Greek legislator to set forth binding measures concerning a wide array of industries and sectors, both public and private, in an effort to reduce carbon emissions and reach carbon neutrality by 2050. The new legal framework is very ambitious and is expected to bring a major shift in Greece’s power production and overall economy in the years to come, designating environmenta...