Both multinational pharmaceutical corporations, as well as local companies active in this sector, constantly face a number of challenges on the regulatory and compliance, transactional and contentious fronts. In fact, the Greek market is no stranger to complex and ever-changing laws and regulations in the pharmaceutical and health care sector. At the same time, some of the world’s largest pharma companies maintain a strong presence in Greece and Greece is home to a number of national pharma companies growing at an increased pace.

Acting for some of the biggest pharmaceutical players the world has to offer, the lawyers of our Pharmaceutical practice are well-versed in the intricacies of Greek and EU Pharmaceutical law and have had great success in dealing with all relevant fields.


Our team of expert lawyers cover a broad range of expertise of the healthcare industry and consistently provide added value services to our clients within our Pharmaceutical practice. These include:

Permitting and licensing

Conducting the licensing procedure from start to finish regarding new products, authorization of clinical trials and marketing projects, etc.

Transactional work

Preparing and negotiating a wide range of commercial agreements (including distribution agreements, collaborations and IP-related agreements) and other relevant commercial agreements.

Regulatory and compliance and risk management

Advising our clients on all kinds of EU and Greek regulatory and compliance matters (e.g. licensing, R&D and pricing, drug promotion).

Advocacy and lobbying

Leveraging our network to promote and advance our clients’ interests before regulatory authorities through proactive regulatory and legislative bill and ministerial decision proposals, etc.

Disputing sanctions

Challenging any imposed administrative fines and other penalties before the competent authorities (e.g. EOF).

Dispute avoidance and resolution

Maximizing dispute prevention and representing clients before national courts, mediation and arbitration proceedings relevant to pharmaceutical law issues.