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Gregory Logothetis

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Koutalidis Law Firm

Work Department

Dispute Resolution


Head of Arbitration and Litigation Department of Koutalidis Law Firm. Particular involvement in construction disputes and disputes relating to the unforeseen change of circumstances. Extensive experience in Public Procurement procedures and litigation. Head of the Procurement and Contracts department of the Public Power Corporation.


Recent work includes representing: (i) the Concessionaire of a Greek Motorway (Aegean Motorway SA, comprising of companies such as Hochtief, Vinci, Aktor, J&P Avax) in arbitrations against the Greek State, where the Concessionaire was awarded a sum above 22 million Euros; a number of other major arbitrations between the same parties with an amount at stake of over 250 million Euros is currently pending, (ii) the defendant at a land dispute case against the Greek State, where the value in dispute exceeded an amount of 200 million Euros; (iii) the Constructor (Sofregaz) in a ICC Arbitration against a State controlled entity, where the Constructor was awarded a multimillion compensation as additional escalation costs; (iv) a defendant before the Greek courts, where the initially claimed contractual penalties of over 10 million Euros were reduced by an amount of around 90%; (v) the claimants (major-software companies, pharmaceuticals, constructors, utilities and airline operators) in multiple cases of proceedings before the Greek administrative courts pertaining to public procurement law issues; the total amount at stake for the past years exceeds 200 million Euros, (vi) Invensys Inc as defendant, in a major construction dispute before the Greek courts, with a claim of above 60 million Euros; (vii) a major pharmaceutical company, as claimant, in the successful settlement of claims arising out of distribution of pharmaceutical contracts; the client received 55 million Euros. Publications: Der finanzierte Abzahlungskauf.


Greek, English, German.


Piraeus Bar Association. Lawyer qualified to appear before the Supreme Court of Greece.


University of Munich School of Law (LL.B.).


Dispute resolution

Within: Leading individuals

Gregory Logothetis - Koutalidis Law Firm

Within: Dispute resolution

Among the best’ for dispute resolution, Koutalidis Law Firm has a good track record advising clients in the finance, energy and construction sectors, and is also recommended for insolvency-related disputes. Gregory Logothetis and Evangelos Courakis are highly recommended.

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Within: Employment

Koutalidis Law Firm has a strong reputation for contentious and non-contentious employment law. Gregory Logothetis and Evangelos Courakis are the main contacts.

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Within: Energy

Koutalidis Law Firm represents clients on major infrastructure projects, corporate transactions and disputes. The firm’s track record includes several significant privatisations in the sector. Gregory Logothetis and Evangelos Courakis are key contacts.

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Real estate and construction

Within: Real estate and construction

Koutalidis Law Firm recently acted for Irere Property Investments on the sale of a 50% stake in Lamda Olympia Village, owner of Athens’ largest shopping centre, to Lamda Development. The firm is also strong on the disputes side; the very experienced Gregory Logothetis is singled out in this regard.

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