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Anastasia Dritsa

Anastasia Dritsa heads the competition practice department of Kyriakides Georgopoulos. Her main areas of practice are EU and Greek competition / antitrust law and corporate law. She advises leading Greek and international corporations in planning and structuring their business transactions in ways compatible with competition and antitrust laws. She has also represented clients in cases involving abuse of sole and collective dominance, state aid and public procurement, merger control, horizontal and vertical agreements, private antitrust litigation matters and cartel related work. Her experience extends to defending competition/antitrust law cases before the Greek administrative courts and the State’s Council.

Introduction In order to protect European businesses, and in particular small – medium enterprises (SMEs), against late payment, the EU adopted a new directive known as the Late Payment Directive on 16 February 2011. The Directive is aimed at improving payment practices in commercial transactions between businesses, and between businesses…