Nicholas C. Sophocleous, American lawyer. Member of Elias Sp. Paraskevas.
Sophocleous, Nicholas C. was born on April 10, 1949 in Athens, Greece.
University of Athens School of Law (Bachelor of Laws, 1975).
Worked at Elias Sp. Paraskevas (Athens) specializing in Corporate, International Business Transactions, Mergers and Acquisitions, European Union Law, Competition Law, Banking, Financial Services and Securities Law, Joint Ventures, Foreign Investments, Privatization, Commercial Properties, Construction, Shipping and Ship Financing, Insurance, Agency, Licensing and Distribution, Franchising, Food and Drug, Intellectual Property, Information Technology, Sports and Entertainment, Environmental and Natural Resources, Litigation, Dispute Resolution and Arbitration, Tax, Estates, Employment and Criminal Law. Admitted to the bar, 1977, Athens. Author: "Jurisprudence," Annual Review, 1979-1983, Chapters on Tax Law, Social Security Law and Customs Law.
"Non-Receivable Interests from Non-Performing Bank Demands," Tax Legislation Bulletin, 1988. "Informatics and Law, Introduction to the 10th Annual Meeting of the Athens Bar Association," 1982. Tax Advisor: Ionian and Popular Bank of Greece, 1986.
Marinopoulos Group of Companies, 1992. Member: Athens Bar Association. Hellenic Society for Tax Law.
International Centre of Philosophy, Sociology and Methodology of Law. The firm is one of the leading law firms in Greece. It was established in 1933 by Elias Sp.
Paraskevas (1912-1991), who in the course of nearly 60 years of legal practice, came to be referred to as the "Dean of Greek Lawyers," and who is cited throughout the leading case books.
Member: Athens Bar Association. Hellenic Society for Tax Law. International Centre of Philosophy, Sociology and Methodology of Law.