Maria Rigaki > Platis – Anastassiadis & Associates Law Partnership > Athens, Greece > Lawyer Profile

Platis – Anastassiadis & Associates Law Partnership
8B CHIMARRAS
MAROUSSI
151 25, ATHENS
Greece
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Position

Senior Manager

Career

Maria is specializing in employment and social security law. She has more than sixteen years of professional experience in employment and social security law. Her sector expertise includes companies active in retail, HR, public sector, banking, construction and production. Her dedicated labour practice includes representing clients during employment law litigation procedures, relationship with employee’s representatives (work councils & trade unions), providing advisory services related to collective and individual remuneration policy, corporate reorganizations, individual and collective dismissal procedures. Maria is also responsible for coordinating the employment law teams of EY Central and Southeast Europe. She joined Platis – Anastassiadis & Associates Law Partnership in 2009.

Prior joining Platis – Anastassiadis & Associates Law Partnership, she was a partner of a boutique employment law firm.

Languages

English, Greek

Memberships

• Member of the Athens Bar Association • Member of the European Lawyers Employment Association • Member of the Greek Employment & Social Security Lawyers Association

Education

• Athens University of Business and Economics LLM in HR Relations, 2010 • University of Athens LLM in Labor Relations, 2004 • University of Athens LLB, 2000

Lawyer Rankings

Greece > Employment

Platis – Anastassiadis & Associates Law Partnership demonstrates noteworthy strength in the employment-related aspects of M&A, business transformations, takeovers and restructurings. The team provides input at each stage of such projects, assisting with due diligence, employee transfers, union management and post-deal integration matters, among others. Team head Maria Rigaki also directs her attention towards disputes, social security and HR issues, dismissals and renumeration policy mandates.