Appeal – Judicial Procedure
What We Offer
The specialized lawyers of “Oikonomakis Law”, perceiving the significance of such legal procedures, are able to provide their knowledge and experience in order to eliminate the bureaucratic difficulties and to accomplish, as expected, the required judicial procedure, for their assignors, with the best results for them.
We are future-oriented by setting strategic long-term goals; planning ahead is not just a necessity but an inherent characteristic of our corporate identity.
We strive for fairness by treating everyone with respect, not just courtesy.
Our mind-set is global thus we enjoy working seamlessly across borders.
We focus on delivering world-class legal services and advice, thus reaching for the highest standard possible means that excellence is the only threshold.
Some of our main legal services include among others, the following:
- Legal Advisory regarding judicial proceedings
- Assistance with bureaucratic processes
- Compliance with the relevant regulations
- Support in Litigations
What is the "Appeal-Judicial Procedure"
The procedure of Appeal against a first instance court’s decision or other processes, which takes place in Appellate Tribunals, constitutes a process of revision/revising of a case and the potential change of its final decision. The Appellate Court is a second instance – superior – court, which examines Appeals. These courts are obliged to hear an Appeal regarding inferior courts’ decisions. For this procedure, the court needs to have the jurisdiction to revise a case, while the decision of Appellate Tribunals is considered to be final. In some countries, there are even higher courts such as the Supreme Court of Justice, in Greece.
How We Can Help
The legal assistance in cases related to procedures of Appeals demands lawyers of high expertise and knowledge, as it is considered a demanding and challenging category of lawsuit. At “Oikonomakis Law” we invest on experienced Associates who will ensure the legal compliance with the applied regulation as well as the proper treatment of our assignors, in such complex cases.