THE EUROPEAN LEGAL 500 – Year 2010

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“What we say about the firm’s legal practice in Greece”

  • Shipping Finance  1st Tier
    Timagenis Law Firm’s reputation as a ‘highly experienced and coherent legal group’ has placed it among the leading local shipping firms. Its client base includes major banks such as Calyon and EFG Eurobank as well shipowners, with the group recently advising on several new shipbuild transactions. Founding partners Gregory Timagenis and Lily Timagenis are recommended for their ‘diligence and deep knowledge’.
  • Shipping Litigation – 1st Tier
    Timagenis Law Firm brings to matters ‘professionalism and an excellent reputation for litigation and arbitration’. Gregory Timagenis has an ‘ability to present complex matters in a simple way’, and recently acted as arbitrator in three industrial arbitrations before the Hellenic Chamber of Shipping. The team is also providing environmental litigation advice to two Greek companies specialising in marine environmental clean-up operations.
  • Dispute Resolution
    Timagenis Law Firm acts on commercial disputes and arbitrations, and is representing a growing number of clients from outside its core client base in the shipping sector. The firm acted for Molton Brown, the cosmetics company, on a distribution dispute, while name partner and arbitration expert Gregory Timagenis acted as sole arbitrator in an ICC arbitration regarding gold mines in Armenia.
  • Insurance
    Timagenis Law Firm’s prominent shipping practice means it regularly acts on maritime insurance claims.
  • Banking, finance and capital markets
    Timagenis Law Firm’s is particularly well known for its shipping finance practice, and has worked on capital markets transactions for its predominantly maritime client base.
  • Corporate and M&A
    Timagenis Law Firm has a market-leading shipping practice and provides transactional advice to major Greek shipowners. The firm recently acted for Excel Maritime Carriers on its acquisition of Quintana Maritime, and has recently been expanding its ambit to cover telecoms and privatisation matters.

The Legal 500 Europe 2010