Hogan Lovells (Brussels)

Eleni Theodoropoulou

Hogan Lovells (Brussels)
Lawyer (Associate)

Eleni Theodoropoulou focuses her practice on EU and international trade and investment law. She advises on EU sanctions and export controls, EU customs matters, as well as international trade and investment law and policy in the context of free trade agreements. She has participated in several export control investigations and internal audits, and has extensive experience in advising clients on how to best build their trade compliance structure. Eleni also advises on issues related to Foreign Direct Investment screening in the EU. Prior to joining Hogan Lovells, Eleni gained experience at the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Trade (Investment Unit), the International Centre for Trade and Sustainable Development in Geneva, the Permanent Representation of Greece to the Council of Europe in Strasbourg, and in private practice in Athens.

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Articles

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Lourdes Catrain, Falk Schöning, Eleni Theodoropoulou, Stefan Kirwitzke The EU Parliament and Council enact a regulation establishing a framework for the screening of foreign direct investments

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The long-awaited application of the European Union (EU) Regulation on a framework for the screening of foreign direct investment (FDI) in the EU started, 11 October 2020. It is still early days to anticipate how the EU rules will be implemented in practice by the member states and the European (...)

Aline Doussin, Eleni Theodoropoulou, Imogen Brooks, Lourdes Catrain, Falk Schöning The EU Commission issues guidance to EU Member states concerning foreign direct investment during the COVID-19 outbreak

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The disruption linked to COVID-19 already affects the global economy significantly, including M&A transactions in Europe and across the globe. On the regulatory side, many deals face challenges caused by national authorities’ reduced capacities, while some authorities struggle to uphold (...)

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