Founded in 2008, by Dimitris Tzouganatos, Professor of Law at the University of Athens Law School and former Chairman of the Hellenic Competition Commission (HCC), and Nikos Kosmidis, the Firm “positioned itself in a relatively short time at the forefront of competition advise in Greece”.
D.N. Tzouganatos & Partners is “Greece’s sole antitrust boutique” with tremendous expertise and “is considered by most as the best in Greece”.
The firm has represented numerous clients in high-profile cartel cases in sectors such as petroleum, construction, ferries, insurance, banking, steel. Furthermore, the Law Firm has defended before the Hellenic Competition Commission and the administrative courts numerous companies investigated for abuse of dominant position in many industries, including aluminium and bauxite, beer, gaming, retail, petroleum.
Our law firm’s successful record in obtaining antitrust clearance in complex transactions has built a reputation as a “go-to” firm for merger control. Our track record includes major concentrations in a variety of industries such as the acquisition of BP Hellas by the Hellenic Petroleum Group (petroleum), the acquisition of Stoiximan by OPAP SA (gaming sector), the acquisition of Media Markt by Public SA (consumer electronics), the acquisition of OLP SA by Cosco (port services).
D.N. Tzouganatos & Partners is also active in civil litigation and commercial disputes before all Greek civil courts, that are based on violations of competition law and law of unfair trade practices.
The Firm has often won the Legal Award of “Competition Law Firm of the Year in Greece” and appears constantly as a top tier in major International Legal Guides.
Besides having a strong record in fighting cases both before the Hellenic Competition Commission and the administrative courts reviewing HCC decisions, the Firm successfully deals with civil law litigation based on antitrust violations and unfair trade practices, trademarks, public procurement, commercial contracts and company law cases.
D.N. Tzouganatos & Partners law firm (hereinafter the “Law Firm”) is a partnership of attorneys regulated by Presidential Decree 81/2005 and Law 4194/2013, as currently in force, with its registered seat at 32 Sina Street, Athens 106 72, Greece. By entering and using the Website under the domain name tzouganatoslaw.gr (hereinafter the “Website”), you agree to the present terms as may be amended from time to time. Please check the terms periodically to inform yourself of any changes.
1.1. The information that the Website contains is not designed to provide legal or other advice and do not create an attorney-client relationship between the reader and the Law Firm. You should not take action based on its content, which is provided for general information purposes only. Publications and case studies do not guarantee a similar outcome in future representation. The law firm accepts no responsibility for any loss or damage (direct, indirect or consequential) that may result from accessing or reliance on content published on the Website and disclaim, to the fullest extent permitted by applicable law, any and all liability with respect to acts or omissions made by clients or readers on the basis of content on the Website.
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2.1. The Website and all of its content (text, design, logos etc) are property of the Law Firm and are protected under Greek Intellectual Property Act as in force (L. 2121/1993) and international copyright conventions. You may download, print or make copies of the pages, content, publications and materials in this website for your own personal use, as long as each copy made is complete and acknowledges the Law Firm as its source.
2.2. The Law Firm permits users to make copies (electronic or hard copies) of the publications in this site for their own personal use, provided that the source and author are acknowledged and no changes to the content are made. Nothing in these publications shall be considered as legal advice.
2.3. “D.N. Tzouganatos & Partners”, “Δ.Ν. ΤΖΟΥΓΑΝΑΤΟΣ & ΣΥΝΕΡΓΑΤΕΣ” and the logos of the Website constitute trademarks of the firm, with all the legal consequences that the term entails. Unauthorized use of any trademark or logo is prohibited, and may be a violation of applicable trademark laws.
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3.2. The Law firm is not responsible for the contents or safety of the linked websites, the information displayed there, or any changes or updates to such websites. Maps used on our website are published by Google, and sourced under an open license.
For the purposes of applicable data protection law (in particular, the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 - the “GDPR”), your data will be controlled by D.N. Tzouganatos & Partners law firm (Law partnership with registered seat in Greece at Sina 32 Str, Athens Bar Association Number 80203)
D.N. Tzouganatos & Partners law firm is committed to ensuring that the privacy of its website visitors is protected. Please read the following policy to understand how we collect and use the information and personal data you give to the firm, when you use its website, and the rights you have in relation to this data.
Note that D.N. Tzouganatos & Partners law firm reserves the right to amend and update this policy from time to time, so please check this page periodically.
Personal data is information about an identified or identifiable individual, as defined by applicable law. You are not required to register or provide us with any of your personal data to access any area of this website. However, when you contact us by email or other means, we are going to collect your data (personal details and contact information), so that we can respond to your requests and send you our emails. The main categories of data collected are: your name, the name of your firm/company, email address, phone number and the content of the message you send with your request. When you send us a message via the Website’s contact form, the content of your message and our answer will be collected.
We also use strictly necessary cookies. For more information, please check our .
We use the personal data we collect about you for the purposes mentioned below:
More specifically, our website gives you the possibility to contact us by sending an email, or contacting us by phone. If you contact us for any matter, we will process the information you provide us, in order to contact you and handle any message, request, information that you have submitted. The personal data that we will process for that purpose are your name, surname, contact details provided by you and the content of the message that you sent to us. In that case, the legal basis for processing your personal data will be the handling of your request and our overriding legitimate business interest to properly communicate with you. Any personal data that you have provided us when you contact us for submitting a message, request, information or query will be stored in our files until we can properly handle the relevant request.
We have established appropriate physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure information we collect via this Website. We are committed to maintaining the highest technical and organisational measures to protect the integrity, confidentiality and availability of personal data and to keep your data secure against unauthorized access, misuse, disclosure, unlawful destruction or loss.
We do not sell, trade, or otherwise transfer to outside parties your personally identifiable information. This does not include trusted third parties who assist us in operating our website, conducting our business, or servicing you, including IT entities and advertising agencies who act on behalf and under the instructions of our firm, so long as those parties agree to keep this information confidential and are bound to comply with all necessary technical and organisational measures for the protection of your personal data.
Under applicable European Data Protection Law, notably the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”), you have a number of rights with regard to your personal data. Those rights are as follows:
In case you wish to exercise any of the above rights or you need any answer or clarification in relation to this policy, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Additionally, in case you consider that we violate the applicable data protection laws when processing your personal data, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Hellenic Data Protection Authority (Kifisias Avenue 1-3, Athens, 115 23, phone +30 210 6475600, mail: email@example.com).
According to the Hellenic Data Protection Authority “cookies” are small text files which include information, that a website (specifically its web server) stores on a user’s devise (computer, mobile etc), so that every time the user logs on to the website, the latter retrieves the aforementioned information (actions and preferences) and offers to the user relevant and customized services. A typical example of such information is the user’s preferences on a web page, as they derive by the choices that the user makes while browsing (selection of buttons, searches, advertisements and other types of actions).
In no case do cookies contain information that will allow anyone to reach or communicate with the visitor of the Website, as well as they do not provide access to documents or files of your computer.
The Cookies and other tracking technologies that we use for the operation of the Website are divided into the following categories:
|Cookie Name/Type & Category||Description & Duration||Purpose & Legal Basis|
First party Session cookie
Used to create a session ID for the user, so that the system itself can identify you as a unique and individual user, distinct from anyone else looking at the website.
Duration: Τhe time that spans each different visit of the user. It is automatically deleted as soon as you exit the browser.
The effective operation of the Website. This Cookie does not contain information that could lead to the identification of the user.
XSRF – TOKEN
Technical Session cookie
Used to enhance security of our Services and prevent repeated attempts as intrusions of our Services.
Duration: Τhe time that spans each different visit of the user. It is automatically deleted as soon as you exit the browser.
The secure and effective operation of the Website.
First party Technical cookie
Used for the storage of visitor’s cookie consent state for the Website.
Duration: 1 month
Τhe Website uses only strictly necessary cookies. We clarify at this point that in accordance to article 4 par. 5 L. 3471/2006, as in force after its amendment by L. 4070/2012, the control of visitors over the cookies of a Website consists in the consent only for the optional cookies and not for strictly necessary ones, which are technically necessary for the operation of the Website and are excluded.
You have - under the provisions of the General Data Protection Regulation - the right to access your data, the right to rectify or erase your data, the right to transmit your data, the right to restrict or object to the processing of your personal data. For more information, please check also our . In case you wish to exercise any of the above rights or you need any answer or clarification in relation to this policy, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Additionally, in case you consider that we violate the applicable data protection laws when processing your personal data, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Hellenic Data Protection Authority (Kifisias Avenue 1-3, Athens, 115 23, phone +30 210 6475600, mail: email@example.com).
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* The law firm D.N. Tzouganatos & Partners reserves the right to amend and update this policy from time to time, so please visit this page periodically.