is a partner in the tax controversy practice of Zepos & Yannopoulos. Dimitris’ practice focuses on tax litigation involving both direct and indirect taxation, as well as matters of interpretation of both domestic and EU law. He has extensive experience in dispute resolution and has successfully pleaded before courts of all instances, including the Supreme Administrative Court. Dimitris, who has a PhD in tax law from the University of Heidelberg, has also provided advice to domestic and multinational companies on direct and indirect tax matters, as well as on administrative and court procedures. He has also published extensively in Greek and international tax law journals.
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