Claim for the re-possession of works of art private collection
AGA successfully represented a high net worth private client in a claim brought against his former wife for the ownership of a private collection of works of art with a value of over € 2 mn.
AGA is again ranked as a highly recommended firm for Dispute Resolution in Greece in the Chambers Global 2019 Ranking Guide.
Professor George Georgiades has been called as expert witness on Greek law before London’s High Court.
Rejection of claim against shipping companies based abroad
AGA successfully defended several shipping companies based abroad in litigation brought against them by an individual claiming ownership rights of the companies themselves and requesting official account of their management. The claim was rejected by the Court of Appeal which discarded the assertion that there was any partnership between defendant and shipping companies.
Petition for assignment of parental responsibility to a minor’s grandfather
AGA effectively tried yet another pioneer case in family law: a petition brought by the parents of a minor for the assignment of parental responsibility to the minor’s grandfather so that the minor would not change school environment while its parents were relocated abroad for business.
Judicial escrow of works of art
AGA successfully acted on behalf of a high net worth private client in a petition brought against his former wife for the judicial escrow of works of art with a value of over € 2 mn.
Successfully represented a Greek art collector for the return of a stolen painting
AGA successfully represented a Greek art collector in a proceeding brought against a foreign corporate foundation holding one of the largest international collections in contemporary artists, for the return of a stolen painting valued over € 2 mn.
Partners Anastasia Mageirou and George Georgiades have won litigation regarding ownership of the Agios Kosmas cape located in the Athenian Coastal Front right in front of the former Hellinikon airport
Representation of telecommunications provider in a claim for purported health damage
AGA defended the main mobile telecommunications provider in Greece -along with its subsidiary and their CEO’s- in a claim filed by a former employee of its subsidiary seeking compensation of over €19 mn for purported health damage.
Petition for the seizure of client’s assets up to the amount of €200 mn rejected
AGA successfully defended a high net worth private client as well as in-land based societés anonymes in a petition for the seizure of the private client’s assets up to the amount of €200 mn and for the lifting of the corporate veil of the societés anonymes so that it would be recognized that the property allegedly belonging to the companies is in fact owned by the private client.