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Tax Conference, Geneva Switzerland

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 of May 2015. Petros’ speech was about the anti-tax evasion policy of the Greek Government and the measures and sanctions against tax evasion provided by […]

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6th annual Conference of the Legal Association ethemis

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 Pilos, Messinia on the 1st and the 2nd of May 2015. Petros (together with colleague S. Bakalis) delivered a speech on the recent and past […]

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A brief guide to “administrative objection” against tax charges

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 “administrative objection”.   For more information, please e-mail :  ppantazopoulos@fdmalaw.com Events & News   Press Releases & Publications  

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Compatibility of the restrictions of legal professional privilege imposed by money laundering legislation with ECHR

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 the protection of fundamental rights – EctHR’s decision in Michaud v France. In the aforementioned case (Michaud v France), the ECtHR, a few years after […]

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Punishing smuggling by the administrative courts

 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, investigating the nature and dogmatic classification of tax and customs sanctions under the Greek Legislation, in the light of the relevant case law of the […]

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