Greece

  • Greece's capital markets explained

    Elena Tsohou, Maria Tzavelakou, Spyridoula Megalokonomou, Irini Kefaloyanni and George Pergamalis of Norton Rose outline some of the issues of trading on the Greek capital markets

  • Greek competition law follows EC's lead

    Greece has drafted legislation to implement the latest EC competition directive. Constantine Lambadarios and Melina Katsimi of Lambadarios and Associates outline the changes

  • Why IP owners should consider criminal action

    Nicholas Moussas of Moussas & Tsibris says criminal proceedings can be just as effective as civil action when protecting industrial property rights in Greece

  • Litigants switch on to arbitration

    Over the past decade, Greek arbitration law has developed to meet international standards. Nikolaos Panou and Panos Yiannopoulos of Kyriakides Georgopoulos Law Firm track its progress

  • The ins and outs of M&A in Greece

    Michael R Tsibris of Moussas & Tsibris provides an overview of merger and acquisition processes in Greece and highlights recent legislative developments

  • Greece looks to PPPs to shrink state control

    Following the lead of the UK, France, Spain, the Netherlands, Italy and the US, Greece has introduced draft legislation to enable public-private partnerships. By Harris Ikonomopoulos of Ikonomopoulos & Partners

  • Why REICs mean less tax for property investors

    Recent legislative changes have made real estate investment companies an effective instrument through which to invest in the real estate market in Greece. George Photopoulos of Photopoulos & Associates explains