54 Vas. Sofias Avenue
Athens GR-11528 ,Greece
Tel: (+30) 210 7257614
Fax: (+30) 210 7297610
A & K Metaxopoulos and Partners law firm has served the legal and business market in Greece and internationally since 1955, known then as A. Metaxopoulos Law Office. In 2008 our firm took its current form and soon grow to become an independent, full service, mid-sized Greek law firm with trans-European dedication, a nationwide support network, and full fiscal backup.
Our firm is considered as a top firm in Intellectual and Industrial property Law and TMT. Recent evaluations recognize our experience both in Greece and abroad in the law of copyrights, patents, trademarks, designs, models and other intellectual property rights both in consultancy and litigation terms.
The firm is, since its establishment in 2005, ranked as a “top tier” law firm by Legal 500 in the fields of Intellectual and Industrial Property Law, TMT, White Collar Crime and Dispute Resolution. Kriton Metaxopoulos has entered Legal 500’s Hall of Fame as a Leading Individual in Dispute Resolution.
The editorial and research team “Chambers and Partners” recognizes our longstanding expertise in TMT Law and Intellectual Property Law by ranking us as a top tier firm in these areas of law and Kriton Metaxopoulos a Leading Individual in Dispute Resolution and TMT.
The firm’s partners Irini Daroussou and Kriton Metaxopoulos are recognized as leading experts by the US specialized publications «Best Lawyers». As a result of this recognition, Kriton Metaxopoulos was appointed as a member of the Advisory Board of Best Lawyers, an esteemed group of distinguished legal professionals from the around the word. For detailed information regarding our expertise please visit our website.
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