Foley Hoag Attorneys Christina Hioureas and Constantinos Salonidis Co-Author Treatise on International Commercial Arbitration in Greece

October 26, 2016

Foley Hoag LLP counsel and United Nations practice chair Christina Hioureas and senior international associate Constantinos Salonidis have recently written a treatise on International Commercial Arbitration in Greece. The treatise, published by Global Arbitration Review and co-authored with M&P Bernitsas Law Offices, serves as a reference for private entities and individuals investing in Greece, as well as for practitioners and academics. Topics covered include enforcement of arbitral awards; set aside of awards; piercing the corporate veil; non-signatories to an arbitration agreement; securing payment of fees; procedural rules; and ethical codes, among others.

Hioureas and Salonidis are both members of Foley Hoag's International Litigation and Arbitration Department. Hioureas represents States, private and State-owned entities and individuals on international disputes and public international law matters, and also advises States on matters before the United Nations and its bodies. Salonidis focuses his practice on international dispute resolution, especially in cases involving the representation of sovereign clients before arbitration panels administered under the ICSID and UNCITRAL Arbitration Rules.

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