Mr Dimitris Diakopoulos > Fortsakis, Diakopoulos, Mylonogiannis & Associates Law Firm > Athens, Greece > Lawyer Profile

Fortsakis, Diakopoulos, Mylonogiannis & Associates Law Firm
105 63 Athens

Work Department

Dimitris is one of the founding partners of the Firm


Dimitris is the head of the firm’s M&A, privatizations, projects and commercial transactions division.


He has a broadly based transactional and legal advisory practice and has acted in numerous mergers and acquisitions, privatizations and major transactions. Dimitris advises and represents major international and Greek-based clients in matters relating to major investment projects, mergers and acquisitions, privatizations and complex commercial transactions, often involving cross-border elements. He has accumulated a long experience in organizing and leading complicated legal due diligence exercises relating to privatizations, share purchase agreements and asset acquisition transactions in a broad range of areas including port facilities operators, aerospace, high technology, food and beverage, renewable energy sources, power generators, the tourism and leisure industry, etc. In addition Dimitris’ practice includes a substantial volume of advisory work in connection with complex financing transactions. His experience includes also advising clients in the fields of energy, telecommunications, high technology and broadcasting, including the broadcasting of the Olympic Games.


Greek, English, French


Athens Bar Association


1984: University College of London – Master of law (LL.M.)
1983: School of Law of the National & Kapodistrian University of Athens – Law Degree

Lawyer Rankings

Greece > Commercial, corporate and M&A

(Leading individuals)

Dimitris DiakopoulosFortsakis, Diakopoulos, Mylonogiannis & Associates Law Firm

Fortsakis, Diakopoulos, Mylonogiannis & Associates Law Firm has ‘exceptional knowledge‘ of the Greek corporate and M&A market, advising on acquisitions, restructurings and privatisations. Founding partner Dimitris Diakopoulos is experienced in M&A, privatisations and investment projects, including transactions with a cross-border element, with a practice spanning the aerospace, high-tech, energy and telecoms sectors. He co-heads the practice with George Mylonogiannis, who focuses on tax and commercial disputes. Counsel Grigoris Livieratos is also noted for his expertise in company and antitrust law.