Athanasios Paizis

Athanasios Paizis

My work at Caselex is like
A free pass to the alleys of the EU internal market

Academic and professional background
Athanasios is currently working as an attorney-at-law in Greece advising domestic and multinational companies on complex matters of business and corporate law. He is also preparing his doctoral thesis at the National University of Athens in the field of European Business Law. Athanasios holds a Bachelor’s degree in French Law from Panthéon Assas-Paris II University followed by a L.L.M in Corporate Law from Dauphine-Paris IX University. His research interests include competition law, consumer protection law, European insolvency law and corporate governance.

Greek, English and French

Athanasios is a Member of the Piraeus Bar Association and the Association of Greek Commercialists.

“The possibility of insolvency as a prerequisite for the opening of a rehabilitation procedure: A first interpretation approach”, Business & Commercial Law Review, (2016).

“The absorption of the subsidiary from the parent company and the abuse of majority shareholder power”, Commercial Law Review, (2016).

“The Recapitalization of Greek Systemic Banks: Hellenic Financial Stability Fund and European Law” in Campbell D. (ed.), Comparative Law Yearbook of International Business, Wolters Kluwer, vol. 37, (2015) (co-authors: G. Bazinas & Y. Sakkas).

“Chapter 16 – Greece” in Campbell D. (ed.), International Secured Transactions, Thomson Reuters Westlaw, vol. 1, (2015) (co-authors: Y. Sakkas & Y. Bazinas).

“Syndic’s Powers within EU Territory”, Business and Company Law Review, (2015).

“The legal nexus between the announcement of creditors’ claims and the fate of the personal guarantor”, Business and Company Law Review, (2014).