Fortsakis, Diakopoulos, Mylonogiannis & Associates (“FDMA”) is a leading Greek law firm providing a comprehensive range of elite legal services across the full spectrum of business, administrative and tax law and possessing second-to-none advisory expertise on landmark business transactions in Greece in the last years.
With its offices located at the heart of the Athens business centre, the firm boasts today of a vibrant and multi-disciplined team of top-class practitioners, including 5 partners and 20 attorneys, all recognized experts in their respective fields of specialization.
Focusing on complex domestic and international transactions, our practice covers a wide spectrum of legal areas ranging from corporate and commercial law matters to tax and dispute resolution. In addition our firm is recognized as a leading expert in the fields of Greek administrative and tax law.
Our hands-on approach to our clients’ affairs has earned us the reputation of one of the best legal teams in the Greek market enjoying long-standing relationships with an unmatched variety of Greek and international clients, which includes other law firms and the Big 4 accounting companies, multinationals, foreign State enterprises, financial institutions, utilities and public contractors in investment, construction and energy projects, as well as public law entities and the Greek State.
It is our policy to combine proven legal expertise with commercial flair, thus adding extra value and scope to our clients’ business and pursuing best results for their objectives and commercial activities in a demanding and changing legal environment. To this effect, we strive to meet our client’s needs by providing timely and efficient services and creative and practical solutions, even when handling the most intricate transactions and agreements.
Punishing smuggling by the administrative courts By Dr. Petros Pantazopoulos, Attorney at Law In view of the recent decision of the Council of State No. 2067/2011, this study is, firstly,
Compatibility of the restrictions of legal professional privilege imposed by money laundering legislation with ECHR By Petros Pantazopoulos, Attorney at Law, PHD. The association between ECtHR and CJEU as regards
Administrative penalties for tax law violations under the Tax Procedure Code By Dr. Petros Pantazopoulos, Attorney at Law This input presents the penalty framework as regards the infringement of the
A brief guide to “administrative objection” against tax charges By Dr. Petros Pantazopoulos, Attorney at Law A practical and concise briefing on what you should pay attention to when filing an
6th annual Conference of the Legal Association ethemis Petros Pantazopoulos was one of the speakers at the 6th annual Conference of the Legal Association ethemis (www.ethemis.gr), which took place in
Tax Conference, Geneva Switzerland Petros Pantazopoulos was one of the speakers at the Tax Conference held by the Academy and Finance, which took place in Geneva, Switzerland, on the 13th
The limitation period of the State’s right to impose taxes, fees, levies by Prof. Theodoros P. Fortsakis, Professor of Law School of National Kapodistrian University of Athens, former Dean of
The retroactive implementation of the articles of 15 para 3 of Law 3888/2010 and 48 para 3 of Law 2238/94 in case of an audit over the asset increase by
The provision for the taxation of asset increase as substantive law By Dr. Petros Pantazopoulos, Attorney at Law Published in “Tax Law Bulletin”, Issue 1568/2015 For more information, please e-mail
2nd Athens Law Forum on Taxation George Mylonogiannis was one of the speakers at the 2nd Athens Law Forum on Taxation held by Palladian Conferences, which took place in Athens,