Popi Papantoniou

Popi Papantoniou: Attorney with Bahas, Gramatidis & Partners

Biography

Author: "Employee Share Plans in Greece," Clifford Chance 2005; "Personal Date Protection in Greece," Practical Law Company, 2006.

Areas of Practice (11)

  • Corporate Law
  • Commercial Law
  • Intellectual Property
  • Privacy and Data Protection
  • Banking Law
  • Loan Agreements
  • Collateral Security Agreements
  • Foreign Nationals Regulations
  • Competition
  • Unfair Competition
  • Civil Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+30 210 3318170  Phone
+30 210 3318171  Fax
www.bahagram.com
Law School Attended:
University of Athens, School of Political Sciences and Public Administration, LL.B.; University of Athens Law School, LL.B.
Year of First Admission:
1998
Admission:
1998, Athens Court of First Instance
Memberships:
Athens Bar Association.
Special Agencies:
American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce
Languages:
Greek and English and French and Italian
ISLN:
913031436
Payment Information:
  • Credit cards accepted
  • Accepts American Express

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Athens, Greece

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