General Profile

Koutalidis Law Office was established in Kalamata in 1930 and moved to Athens in 1960.

In 2001 Koutalidis Law Office was converted into a law firm, as per the provisions of the Greek Lawyers Code and was renamed as Koutalidis Law Firm.

Recognized as a market leader top tier firm in Greece, Koutalidis Law Firm consists of fifty (50) Partners and Associates, all with outstanding national and international academic credentials and members of the Athens and/or the Piraeus Bar Association.

In 2020 Koutalidis Law Firm relocated its premises at the “Orbit” building, one of the most technologically advanced and eco-friendly offices complex in Athens, certified to the highest international standard for energy efficiency and offering state of the art facilities.

Through its team of highly specialized and experienced legal experts, our Firm is assisting its clients in identifying the key issues in any transaction or project and in providing them with practical and realistic solutions, while combining reliability with prompt responsiveness, being considered as their trusted adding value partner.

In particular, the Firm provides reliable legal advice on all practices, including inter alia: Major Public Works-Concessions, Mergers & Acquisitions, Real Estate Development, Banking and Finance, Privatizations, Labour and Pension Funds Law, Securities, Corporate and Commercial Counseling, Energy Law, Contracts and Negotiations, Administrative Law, Environmental Law, IT and Telecommunications, Intellectual Property, Litigation and Arbitration, Tax, Competition Law, Aviation and Data Protection.

Mr. N. C. Koritsas is the Managing Partner.

The Firm is consistently ranked in Tier I by all international directories of the legal profession, including the IFLR, Chambers and Legal500. Also, Koutalidis Law Firm has won the "Best Greek Law Firm Award" for 2012 by IFLR, the "Best Greek Tax Law Firm" for 2012 by the International Tax Review and the “Best Greek Law Firm Award” for 2008 by Chambers and Partners.

Languages: Greek, English, German, French, Spanish and Italian.