Anagnostopoulos has successfully defended former Siemens executive Dionysios Dendrinos in a criminal case regarding alleged bribery and money laundering.
According to the firm, “on November 25, 2020, the Court of Appeal Athens, sitting as a first instance court handed down an acquittal judgment … after a lengthy trial ... which started in October 2018.”
The firm reported that, “the indictment alleged that U.S. company SAIC and its sub-contractor Siemens Hellas were involved in a bribery and money laundering scheme in connection with a highly sophisticated security system named ‘C4i’ (Command, Control, Coordination, Communication & Intelligence), which had been developed for the Athens 2004 Olympics.”
The Court unanimously acquitted all defendants ruling that it found no evidence of the alleged bribery scheme.
Anagnostopulous’s team consisted of Managing Partner Ilias Anagnostopoulos and Associate Ioannis Tsakalis.