Moussas & Partners’ Recognition in The Legal 500 EMEA 2020

We are pleased to announce leading rankings in the 2020 edition of the The Legal 500 ΕMEA in 5 key practice areas: Dispute resolution; Commercial, Corporate and M&A; Energy; Banking, Finance and Capital Markets; Real Estate and Construction. Further, congratulations to our partner Maria Malikouti who is recognized as “Rising Star” in the corporate practice field and to our members to certainly follow.

We take this opportunity to thank The Legal 500 (Legalease) for the honor and to express our gratitude to our clients for entrusting our firm. We remain committed to consistently provide excellence in advocacy and to develop original and inventive strategies as well as practical solutions to meet our clients’ needs. Motivation, innovation combined with proven experience and efficiency are the flags of our practice.

For more details and testimonials from our clients please visit here: https://www.legal500.com/firms/11471-moussas-partners-attorneys-at-law/12271-athens-greece/

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.

Our Firm successfully represented a steel producer against a gas monopoly

Our Firm has successfully represented a major Greek steel company in a dispute against a regional monopoly in gas supply. We have obtained a temporary restraining order preventing the supplier from interrupting access to the grid, on presumably outstanding payments which the client disputes as monopolistically abusive. The court adopted our innovative and creative approach regarding the eligibility of the industrial consumers, which resulted in the questioning of the pricing policies from the monopoly to the client and therefore the lawfulness of the attempted cut off. The case will be definitely decided in ordinary proceedings where challenging and novel legal issues will have to be addressed.