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S. C. YANAKAKIS Law Offices
56 Kifissias Avenue
Athens 115 26
Greece

Tel: +30 210 6985 001
Fax: +30 210 6985 004

Email: soyanlaw@ath.forthnet.gr
Web: www.franchiselaw.gr

Sotiris Yanakakis attended the Law School of the Democrition University of Thrace (LL.B., Summa cum Laude, 1982) and Harvard Law School (LL.M., 1984). His LL.M. Thesis was : “Comparative study between the Hague and Hamburg Rules in the Carriage of Goods by Sea”. He was admitted to the Athens Bar in 1985 and transferred to the Piraeus Bar in 1987. He was worked as a associate with Bingham, Danna & Gould, Boston (1984) and has been associated with Piraeus Law Firms (1984 – 1993).

He is a co-author of the section on Greek Aviation Law in Longman’s “Capital Taxes and Estate Planning in Europe”(1992) and has published an article on the “Time Bar of Claims for Contribution to General Average” (Maritime Law Review, Dec. 1991). He has also publishes an Article on the “Legal Status and Practice of Franchising Agreement in Greece” Business and Company Law (1997).

S. Yanakakis speaks English. He is a member of the Maritime Law Association of Greece, Harvard Law Association of Europe, member of the American Bar Association, the International Bar Association, the franchise Association of Greece, member of American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce and President of the Franchising Law and other Distribution Systems Association (Greek Franchising Law Association).

S. C. YANAKAKIS Law Offices:

S Yanakakis A Kalogeropoulou Law Offices is a Greek law firm with its offices in Athens established in 1985, whose attorneys have been engaged in broad spectrum of international practice and have acquired considerable experience in serving an international clientele (Greece, Europe, United States). The firm has established an international network of correspondent relationships with local law offices which enables it to act fast and efficiently handling client matters.


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