Anastasia Dritsa

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Anastasia heads the firm’s competition practice since the firm’s establishment in 1999. Her main areas of practice are EU and Greek competition law and corporate/commercial law. Over the past 20 years she has represented clients in Greece in many leading cases involving cartels, abuse of sole and collective dominance, horizontal and vertical agreements (joint ventures, agency and distribution networks, supply contracts and licensing), private antitrust litigation before the Greek administrative courts and the State’s Council and Greek and EU merger control. She has also provided extensive antitrust compliance advice and sectoral inquiry related expert counselling. The corporations she acts for are active across a wide range of industry sectors including petrochemicals, tobacco, telecommunications, energy, automobile, construction and real estate, food and beverages, consumer goods and retail sales. She is currently advising on state aid and public procurement matters and has offered strategic advice on recent privatisation projects of the Hellenic State.Anastasia frequently organises seminars for corporate executives on Greek and EU competition law and contributes articles on her areas of expertise to national and EU publications.She is a member of the Athens Bar Association and a holder of an LLB from Democritus University, Greece, an LLM in International Business Legal Studies from Exeter University, and a PG Diploma in EU Competition law from King’s College London, UK.Anastasia speaks English, Greek and French.Contact:[email protected]

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