Ms Elena F. Kossena > Saplegal - A.S. Papadimitriou & Partners Law Firm > Athens, Greece > Lawyer Profile

Saplegal - A.S. Papadimitriou & Partners Law Firm
MACEDONIA BUILDING, 367, SYNGROU AVENUE
P FALIRO
175 64 ATHENS
Greece

Position

Partner – Practice areas:
Domestic and International Dispute Resolution, Family & Inheritance Law, Medical Malpractice Law, Real Estate, Corporate & Commercial Law

Career

Admitted to the Athens Bar Association since 2001; Supreme Court Advocate; Certified Mediator; Elena Kossena joined the firm in 1998. Since then, she has been representing clients in numerous cases involving complex civil and corporate law matters and has acted as legal counsel to Greek and foreign firms of various business sectors, including real estate & construction, shipping, industry, aquaculture, healthcare and finance. Elena has also wide-ranging experience of international and domestic litigation with particular emphasis on commercial and shipping business disputes as well as on inheritance and family law.

Languages

Greek, English, German

Memberships

Athens Bar Association
Greek Association of Commercial Lawyers
Greek Association of Law & Economics
Institute of Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution

Education

University of Thessaloniki (LL.B.); University of Kent at Canterbury, U.K. (LL.M., International Commercial Law); Athens Laboratory of Business Administration (ALBA) (Msc in Business Studies for Law Practitioners)

Lawyer Rankings

Greece > Dispute resolution

A team with ‘extensive knowledge and experience’, Saplegal – A.S. Papadimitriou & Partners Law Firm is jointly headed by Alexander Dovles and Elena Kossena. Dovles is a specialist in a wide range of commercial litigation, including disputes over supply, distribution and commercial services agreements, as well as joint venture and shareholder-related disputes. As for Kossena, her strengths lie in contentious financial, inheritance, shipping, asset recovery and family law matters. The team is particularly active on the cross-border front and routinely explores alternative methods of dispute resolution.