Mr Constantinos Kilimiris > Law Offices Patrinos & Kilimiris > Athens, Greece > Lawyer Profile
Law Offices Patrinos & Kilimiris Offices
7 HATZIYIANNI MEXI STREET
115 28 ATHINAI
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Mr Constantinos Kilimiris
Intellectual Property - Patent Department
Constantinos has more than 27 years’ experience in all areas of Intellectual Property Law, primarily focusing on Patents.
Constantinos’ patents practice has involved cases for sectors ranging from consumer goods to chemicals, with most of his experience acquired in the pharmaceutical field and relevant dispute resolution. He has been engaged in many high value patent litigation matters for large pharmaceutical clients before the Greek courts and the Court of Justice of the European Union involving some of the world’s best-selling pharmaceutical products.
He is recognised by all of the major legal directories as a leader in both the Intellectual Property and Life Sciences fields in Greece. He heads the firm’s Patent practice.
Greek, English, French, German and Spanish
Athens Bar Association
AIPPI (Executive Committee)
FICPI (Executive Committee)
MSc in Environmental Studie, Universite Libre des Bruxelles, Brussels, Belgium
LLB in Law, University of Athens, Athens, Greece
Lawyer Rankings(Leading individuals)
‘A boutique firm with tremendous experience of IP and the Greek legal system’, Law Offices Patrinos & Kilimiris is co-headed by Constantinos Kilimiris; his workload covers an array of industries from consumer goods to chemicals, though he is particularly well known for his disputes work in the pharmaceutical space. Fellow department co-head Maria Kilimiris tailors her practice towards trade mark and design matters, namely clearance, filing and prosecution affairs. There is a strong international element to the caseload, with the team specialising in multi-jurisdictional disputes and often collaborating with international firms on the Greek law elements of such proceedings. The team is also extensively experienced in appearing before the EUIPO and the European General Court.