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Sarantitis Law Firm

Yiannis Economakis

Yiannis Economakis

Partner

Sarantitis Law Firm
Greece

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Bar Admissions

Member of the Piraeus Bar since 2000.

Education

Mr. Economakis received his law degree from the law faculty of the University of Athens in 1998.

He obtained his Master Degree (LL.M.) at the University of Nottingham, United Kingdom (1999), in the subject area of International Commercial Law.
Areas of Practice
Professional Career

Significant Accomplishments

Benefiting from the firm's wide range of practice, as from the begining of his career, Yiannis had the opportunity to cope with several both interesting and significant commercial projects and corporate issues. In that context, the chance he had, as from the early years of his practice, to represent several corporate and individual clients before Civil, Administrative and Criminal Courts as well as Independent
Administrative Authorities, offered him, at an early stage, the ability to handle contractual and corporate work, always under a practical perspective, taking into consideration the peculiar and specific way the Greek Judicial and Administrative Bodies tend to interpret such instruments.


Professional Associations

Member of the Greek Commercial Lawyers Union


Seminars

"E-Commerce and the Law": Panelist in the 1st Athens New Economy Forum

"5th International Shipping Law Forum" - Panelist: "Salvors' remuneration in case of oil pollution"
Articles

"COMMENTARY ON GREEK SUPREME COURT DECISION 884/1995" LLOYD'S MARITIME LAW BRIEF 1/2000
"NEW STOCK MARKET FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM CAP COMPANIES" CORPORATE FINANCE 1/2000
"INCORPORATION OF ARBITRATION CLAUSES IN BILLS OF LADING ISSUED UNDER CHARTERPARTIES � COMPARATIVE REVIEW OF GREEK AND ENGLISH LAW." LLOYD'S MARITIME LAW BRIEF 4/2000
"INTERNET DOMAIN NAMES REGULATION AND PROTECTION UNDER GREEK LAW" EUROPEAN LEGAL BUSINESS (MAY/JUNE 2000 EDITION) 5/2000
"TAXATION ON SHIPPING COMPANIES' SHARE TRANSFERS : - A LEGAL DILEMMA" LLOYD'S MARITIME LAW BRIEF 5/2000
"GOVERNMENT MOVES TO HARMONIZE E-SIGNATURES LAW INTERNATIONAL LAW OFFICE" (WWW.INTERNATIONALLAWOFFICE.COM) 2/2001
"GREEK COURT SETS CYBERSQUATTING PRECEDENT WORLD" E-BUSINESS LAW REPORT 9/2001
"GREEK DOMAIN NAMES : CONFUSION IS A RESULT OF COMPETITION" INTERNATIONAL LAW OFFICE (WWW.INTERNATIONALLAWOFFICE.COM) 10/2001
"LET THE ELECTRONIC GAMES BEGIN" WORLD E-BUSINESS LAW REPORT, 10/2002


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