is multi-disciplinary and extrovert, just like our clients

Task-oriented and business-minded, we offer tailor-made solutions and expertise at the highest level to every single one of our clients. The domestic businesses we represent are key players in their respective market and our international clients include well known entities with multi-national commercial interests, established law firms, technical & business consultancies, all accustomed to quality, prompt and efficient services.

Moreover, our engagement with start-ups of various sectors has imprinted upon us the need to personalize and customize solutions.

Although obviously, our core of work revolves around Greece, the regulatory harmonization in Europe, particularly in the field of intellectual property, allows us to offer and provide services targeted to the EU market as a whole and other European markets as well. We pride ourselves for the ability to offer clients a comprehensive, yet simply stated, picture of the framework, under which they are to develop their operations in Greece, the wider region and Europe.

In recognition of our expertise in information technology law, Nikos Prentoulis was interviewed as part of a Euronews feature on EU citizens' digital rights
The creative, modern and outward-looking boutique Prentoulis Gerakini Law Partnership is a formidable force in Greek intellectual property, taking the fight to counterfeiters and putting in outstanding courtroom performances for giants of the automotive and tobacco industries. “It’s extremely visible and has a top reputation.” (World Trademark Review 1000, 2019)
Nancy Gerakini "shines for her expertise at the intersection of competition, IP and corporate law." (IAM Patent 1000, 2019)
Mobile phone data charges create institutional antagonism in Greece
A heated debate on competence to safeguard competition in the industry
CJEU rules on Coty v Amazon (C-567/18)

and holds that the mere storage by Amazon, in the context of its online marketplace (‘AmazonMarketplace’), of goods which infringe trademark rights does not constitute an infringement by Amazon of those trademark rights.

The German Federal Constitutional Court halts the UPC

The German Federal Constitutional Court published its long awaited decision on the 2017 constitutional complaint against the German Act of Approval to the UPCA