Mrs Chara Daouti > Lambadarios Law Firm > Athens, Greece > Lawyer Profile

Lambadarios Law Firm
3 STADIOU STREET
105 62 ATHENS
Greece

Work Department

TMT, IP and Employment

Position

Partner – head of Privacy Protection, TMT, marketing and advertising and Intellectual Property practices

Career

Chara Daouti leads our Privacy Protection, TMT, marketing and advertising and Intellectual Property practices. She provides both litigation-related (contentious) and strategic commercial advice to clients in a wide range of industry sectors, from emerging technology start-ups and platforms to established banks and regulated institutions, helping them to protect their interests and achieve their objectives.

Chara works at the frontier of evolving law in Greece, particularly in the fields of internet law and social media, and recently explored the intersection between privacy law and employees’ rights. She also has broad experience in matters of traditional employment law.

Languages

Greek, English, French

Memberships

  • Athens Bar Association
  • New York Bar Association

Education

  • LLM, New York University School of Law (2005)
  • DESS, Paris V Rene Descartes University School of Law (2003)
  • LLB, School of Law, University of Athens (2002)

Lawyer Rankings

Greece > TMT

(Leading individuals)

Chara DaoutiLambadarios Law Firm

Greece > Commercial, corporate and M&A

Lambadarios Law Firm is well versed in advising on both the buy and sell side of M&A transactions, and also has vast experience in commercial matters, corporate restructurings, privatisations and private equity transactions. Its client base includes multinational corporations, large domestic corporates and financial institutions, and foreign funds, and the team is highlighted for its ‘deep industry knowledge‘ in sectors ranging from consumer goods and banking to energy, real estate and telecoms. Managing partner Constantinos Lambadarios, Melina Katsimi, who is experienced in M&A, company formations and restructurings, and Katerina Malanou head the practice. Prokopis Dimitriadis, Yannis Kourniotis and Chara Daouti are other individuals to note.