Securities Litigation chapter – 2019 edition of Lexology Navigator GTDT

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Moussas & Partners is the exclusive contributor of the Greek Chapter on Securities Litigation to the 2019 edition of Lexology Navigator and Getting the Deal Through (GTDT), the market-leading comparative international legal resource.
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The Securities Litigation Chapter provides a comparative local insight into the mechanisms and procedures surrounding securities litigation with a focus on the following areas: current regulatory framework, types of securities claims, remedies and damages, collective proceedings, third-party litigation funding, litigation involving investment funds, structured finance and available alternatives to litigation.
For further information on the Greek Chapter on Securities Litigation of Lexology Navigator and Getting the Deal Through (GTDT) 2019 authored by our members Nicholas Moussas, Maria Malikouti, Konstantina Theodosaki, Georgia Patsoudi and Stamatia Leontara please visit https://gettingthedealthrough.com/area/73/jurisdiction/12/securities-litigation-greece/ (available on subscription) or download from here.

Stamatia Leontara

Stamatia advises on issues arising from corporate and commercial law. She is also involved in civil and energy litigation and arbitration. She mainly focuses on energy law and regulation, environmental law, carbon emission issues and energy competition disputes, assisting companies to reach effective solutions in day-to-day subjects, as well as long-term regulatory planning. Furthermore, she has been engaged in intellectual property and trademark protection cases.

Stamatia speaks Greek, English, French, Spanish.