Tania is a senior associate at the Firm which she joined in 2010. Her practice is focused on EU, competition and antitrust law, advising on all aspects of antitrust, merger control and State aid rules.
her dedication, punctuality, accuracy and willingness to solve any kind of issue in any kind of situation makes her an outstanding professional
The Legal 500 EMEA 2020
her deep knowledge in the areas of EU and telecommunications law let us always feel safe and confident
The Legal EMEA 2020
The Legal 500 EMEA 2018
Tania regularly assists clients with antitrust and competition law issues arising from their commercial arrangements and has been involved in high-profile cartel and merger control cases before the Hellenic Competition Commission. She provides clients with on-site assistance in dealing with dawn raids, including running workshops and mock exercises. Tania also advises on the application of EU law in Greece and the regulatory requirements applicable to the telecoms, media and technology sectors, regularly liaising with regulators such as the National Telecommunications and Post Commission, the National Council for Radio and Television and the Hellenic Data Protection Authority. She provides guidance to telecoms operators on licensing requirements, compliance with their annual reporting obligations and telecoms issues relating to the use of new technologies and the launch of new products and services. Tania has broad experience in all aspects of EU and Greek data privacy rules and she routinely advises clients on the proactive identification, assessment and management of risks associated with their privacy practices. Tania assists clients in GDPR compliance steps, and advises extensively on how to identify compliance gaps and draft privacy policies, consent forms and data processing agreements. Prior to joining the firm, Tania worked as a lawyer with Ashurst LLP in Brussels as a member of their EU & Competition Law team and as a trainee at the European Commission, Directorate-General for Competition, Cartels’ Unit.