Provided by Dimitris Roussis
Litigation, Arbitration & Dispute Resolution, Privatisations, Public Procurement.
Dimitris has been with the Firm since 1997 and has vast experience in the areas of public procurement, administrative litigation and privatisations. He is currently representing Wind Telecommunications in disputes to enforce their rights under an exclusivity clause in a contract with the State granting exclusive mobile telephony rights for 8 years and contributions by the State to Wind’s investments in its network. He also is acting for a major oil company before the Athens Administrative Court of Appeals in its appeal against the Hellenic Competition Commission’s (HCC) decision relating to its alleged collusion with a company operating in the same sector to fix ratios of discounts offered to petrol station owners on wholesale prices of unleaded petrol, and enforcement proceedings initiated by the HCC and Tax authorities. He also advises the Hellenic Republic in the renewal of the concession agreement with the Athens Water Supply and Sewerage Company (EYDAP SA), a company listed on the Athens Exchange and the award of the financing, operation and maintenance of the Athens Water Providing System for 20 years through a Public Private Partnership.
Athens Bar, Athens Court of Appeals, Supreme Court of Greece.
Dimitris Roussis represents clients before the administrative courts in actions against the Hellenic Republic, including notable cases relating to contractual breaches, environmental decisions and results of public tenders. He is also active in arbitration.