- Intellectual and Industrial Property Rights
2.1. The entire content of the website (including but not limited to images, graphics, photographs, designs, and text) is the intellectual property of the Law Firm “YIANNATSIS & ASSOCIATES” (hereinafter referred to as the “Company”). Reproduction of this content is permitted only for non-commercial purposes and with clear reference to the website (in the case of electronic use, using a hyperlink). The content must be reproduced as is, without any modifications or alterations. The Company reserves the right to request the cessation of content use (e.g., deletion of text from a third-party website) at its discretion. In no case are the relevant intellectual and industrial property rights affected in any way. Furthermore, any references made by the website to third-party rights (e.g., trademarks of commercial companies for the purpose of creating an informative newsletter) constitute their own intellectual and industrial property, and they are protected accordingly.
- Limitation of Liability
3.1. Including cases of slight negligence, the Company shall not be held liable for any damages arising from the content of the website.
3.2. The content of the website (including newsletters) does not aim to provide legal advice in individual cases, nor does it substitute personalized advice from a qualified professional. Its purpose is to present and showcase legal issues handled by the Company, without providing any guarantee of their suitability and accuracy in any specific case. We draw the attention of visitors to the necessity of seeking specialized advice before adopting positions and solutions in their respective cases. As actual incidents may vary among different cases, the appropriate advice will also differ accordingly.
3.3. The content of the website is subject to changes/corrections. This does not imply that necessary corrections will be made every time or that the content of the website will be accurate and free of errors.
- Applicable Law and Other Terms
4.1. The above terms and conditions of website use, as well as any amendments, are governed and supplemented by Greek law, European Union law, and relevant international conventions.
4.2. Any provision of the above terms found to be contrary to the law automatically ceases to be valid and is removed from these terms, without affecting the validity of the remaining provisions in any case.
The above text is an accurate translation of the Greek text. In case of any discrepancies or inaccuracies in the translation, the Greek text shall prevail.