Greece Helen G Papaconstantinou

Managing Partner - Dr Helen G Papaconstantinou and Partners

Helen G Papaconstantinou is managing partner of the newly formed law firm Dr Helen G Papaconstantinou and Partners. Previously, she headed the law office of Dr PD Theodorides – Dr HG Papaconstantinou (established in 1920 by Dr Theodorides) and was founder and a senior partner of Dr Helen Papaconstantinou, John Filias & Associates.

Under her leadership, these businesses evolved into one of the leading IP practices in Greece, covering all aspects of IP law.

Dr Papaconstantinou graduated from the University of Athens and earned a doctorate from the Free University of Berlin. Moreover, she held an academic teaching position at the University of Athens for a number of years.

Dr Papaconstantinou is president of the Greek groups of the International Federation of Intellectual Property Attorneys (FICPI) and the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI), and a member of the FICPI and AIPPI executive committees. She is also a council member of the Institute of Professional Representatives before the European Patent Office, as well as a member of the European Communities Trademark Association, the International Trademark Association, the Chartered Institute of Patent Attorneys, the Institute of Trademark Attorneys and the Union of European Practitioners in Intellectual Property. As a committed member of these organisations, she has been actively involved in the development and formation of new strategies and practices on IP matters.

Dr Papaconstantinou is recognised as a leading expert in the IP field and has distinguished herself in patent and trademark litigation on behalf of many major companies in several sectors, including pharmaceuticals, fashion, food and services.

Professional associations

  • AIPPI
  • EPI
  • FICPI

Firm details

Dr Helen G Papaconstantinou and Partners
2 Coumbari Street
Athens 10674
Greece

Contact details

E: mail@hplaw.biz
T: +30 210 362 6624
F: +30 210 362 6742
W: www.hplawfirm.com

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