Tax Litigation

​A dispute over income tax & VAT assessments on the basis of the off-book computation method concluded with a correction of the assessments to the total amount of approx. €3.9 M

Our firm represented a company at the Administrative Court of Appeal in a dispute over the determination of the plaintiff’s financial results on the basis of the off-book calculation method. The dispute resulted in a correction of the tax assessments to the total amount of approx. €3.9 M

Leading Lawyers: Dimitris Gialouris, Alexis Karopoulos and George Vlachakis

Successful resolution of a dispute over accounting disallowances resulting in decreasing the company’s exposure by approx. €11.16M

Our tax litigation team successfully represented a leading company in the oil and gas industry before the Administrative Court of Appeal in a tax dispute concerning income tax assessed on accounting disallowances for the tax years 2001-2003. Our tax litigation team managed to achieve favourable decisions resulting in decreasing the company’s exposure by approx.

Successful appeal against Euro 4M airline extraordinary contribution

Our tax litigation team has successfully challenged before the Court of Appeals the legality of assessing the extraordinary contribution on profits of enterprises (that was introduced for years 2008 and 2009) on an international airline company that has a tax exempt status. In the background of unfavourable previous case law on this matter, our team achieved the annulment that amounted to EUR 4M, establishing that the respective right of the tax authorities to proceed with the assessment had been prescribed.

Successful resolution of cash pooling stamp tax dispute

Our tax litigation team has successfully challenged before the Court of Appeals a stamp tax assessment of EUR 633k concerning deposits made by a Greek subsidiary of a multinational group in the context of cash pooling arrangements. Despite the consistently negative case law concerning stamp tax assessments, our team achieved the annulment of the assessment, legally establishing that the obligations from cash pooling schemes are not executed in Greece, as per the territoriality rule of the stamp tax legislation.

Successful dispute resolution on tax assessment

Our tax litigation team successfully represented a leading company in the oil and gas industry in a €1.21 M tax dispute concerning income tax assessed on capital gains from the transfer of a plant. Our tax litigation team managed to achieve a favourable decision by successfully arguing that the company had correctly re-adjusted the book value of said plant back in 1992, in line with rules on real estate property valuations applicable at that time (Law 2065/1992).

Leading lawyer: Spyros Maratos

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