Dimitris has been with the Firm since 1997 and has vast experience in the areas of public procurement, administrative litigation and privatisations.
He advises both participants and strategic investors in their involvement in, and awarding authorities in their running of, tender proceedings, including concession and PPP projects. His substantial administrative litigation and dispute resolution practice involves representing his clients in claims arising from the award of public tenders, proceedings for the annulment of central and local government acts or decisions and retraction of fines and penalties imposed by public authorities. He also advises in competition disputes, including in the context of concerted practices and merger and acquisition clearances. Dimitris has acted in numerous privatisations, and has notable experience in the restructuring of state-owned companies with a view to their sale or listing on the Athens Exchange.
Dimitris holds a Degree in Law from the Democritus University of Thrace and an LLM in International, European and Commercial Law from the University of Kent at Canterbury. He is admitted to the Athens Bar (1993), the Athens Court of Appeals (2002) and the Supreme Court of Greece (2006).