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Prof Ilias Anagnostopoulos
Anagnostopoulos - Litigation; Criminal and regulatory risk management.
Managing partner – Head of litigation
In private practice since 1985; focus on cross-border business and financial crimes and complex litigation; advising on criminal and regulatory risks; corporate internal investigations.
Greek, english, german, french
Hellenic Criminal Bar Association, Chair 2013-; Council of the Bar and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE), Criminal Law Committee, Chair (2007-2013); European Criminal Bar Association (founder member); Experts Committee, Hellenic Ministry of Justice; Bank of Greece, High Legal Council (2013-); European Criminal Law Academic Network; FraudNet, ICC; ABA (associate); NACDL (international).
Professor in Criminal Law and Criminal Procedure, National University of Athens, Greece, School of Law, 2009-; J.W. Goethe University Frankfurt am Main, Germany, Dr. iuris, 1983; National University of Athens, School of Law, Law degree 1978.
Lawyer Rankings(Hall of Fame)
Criminal law and disputes boutique Anagnostopoulos enjoys a market-leading reputation for handling cases involving corporate fraud, corruption, insider dealing, and tax and regulatory offences, in addition to asset tracing and recovery, money laundering and anti-competitive practices. Managing partner Ilias Anagnostopoulos is a household name in the market, overseeing a team which takes on both domestic and cross-border mandates and is also well equipped to advise on risk management. Clients include individuals and companies from a range of industries, including energy, defence, transport, construction, food, TMT, financial services, media and pharmaceuticals.
|Greece: White Collar Crime||August 2021||This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to White Collar Crime laws and regulations that may occur in Greece.|
|Greece: Bribery & Corruption||May 2021||This country-specific Q&A provides an overview to Bribery & Corruption laws and regulations that may occur in Greece.|