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The Firm advises on:

  • Corruption cases
  • Money laundering
  • Cybercrimes
  • Tax evasion and fraud
  • Crimes against the financial interests of the European Union
  • Gas and electricity fraudulent consumption
  • Capital markets crimes
  • Transnational crimes and extradition
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Selected Team Credentials:

  • Advising and representing an international company, active in the energy sector in Europe, America and Africa regarding a complex criminal litigation involving corruption practices by public servants of the Agency for Environmental Protection;
  • Advising and representing the employees of a multinational company acting in the electricity distribution field in connection to complex criminal cases concerning alleged offences in public positions reported by third parties;
  • Advising and representing a major company acting in the IT sector in complex criminal proceedings related to corruption practices involving EU funds;
  • Advising and representing a renowned company acting in the food sector in complex criminal disputes concerning alleged corruption and tax evasion offences;
  • Advising and representing a significant multinational company acting in the electricity distribution sector, as civil party or party with civil liability, with respect to sophisticated criminal litigation related to fraudulent consumption of electricity, as well as concerning offences against the persons;
  • Advising and representing a major multinational player acting in the energy sector, as civil party, in a complex criminal case regarding embezzlement, fraud, abuse in office, money laundering and setting of organized crime group offences perpetrated by former legal representatives and employees of the company, as well as third parties;
  • Advising and representing a major international IT company, as civil party, in complex criminal litigation concerning fraud, money laundering, embezzlement and informatic counterfeit offences perpetrated by various individuals;
  • Advising and representing a voucher-issuing company as injured party in a criminal case involving computer fraud that caused damages up to EUR 350.000.