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The global digital revolution is transforming the way international trade is conducted. As a result of this transformation, the business of many companies will face a more competitive environment in the foreseeable future. Join the 3rd Annual T.R.A.D.E. Conference in Athens to learn more about the legal challenges and opportunities for brand owners, platforms and resellers in a globalised word. High-profile speakers will be sharing their views and experiences on current legal developments in trade, distribution and e-commerce.
Athens is the capital and largest city of Greece. It has been a leading centre for trade in the region from its birth in antiquity until today. Given its long-standing trading tradition, the city is the ideal location for this third edition of the conference dedicated to the digital transformation in the trade sector.
To complement the academic programme, the AIJA local members promise an unforgettable social programme.
Discount for local lawyers
The first 15 local lawyers, who are not AIJA members, will benefit from a discount of 150€.
3rd Annual T.R.A.D.E. Conference
Address: Mitropoleos Street 15, 10557 Athens, Greece
Welcome cocktail at the Hotel Electra Metropolis
Registration at the Hotel Electra Metropolis
Janine Reudt-Demont, Pestalozzi Attorneys at Law, Switzerland
Evelyn Niitväli, RCAA Partnerschaft von Rechtsanwälten, Germany
Stefanos Tsimikalis, Tsimikalis Kalonarou, Greece
Jelle Blom, Kennedy Van der Laan, Netherlands
Marie Davy, Altana, France
Benedikt Rohrssen, Taylor Wesing, Germany
Oskar Sundelin, Inhouse Legal Counsel at PVH, Netherlands
Babak Tabeshian, LFR Wirtschaftsanwälte, Germany
Jorge Manzarbeitia, Callol, Coca & Asociados, Spain
Oliver Kaufmann, Streichenberg Attorneys at Law, Switzerland
Beatrice Stange, Heuking Kühn Lüer Wojtek, Germany
Isabel Oest, Commeo, Germany
Renato Bucher, Meyerlustenberger Lachenal, Switzerland
Giuliano Stasio, Macchi di Cellere Gangemi, Italy
Bruno de Zêzere Barradas, Cuatrecasas, Portugal
Rebekka Stumpfrock, Avantcore, Germany
Amalia Athanasiadou, Inhouse Legal Counsel at Tillotts Pharma AG, Switzerland/Greece
Hendrikje Herrmann, Ahlers & Vogel, Germany
Marc van der Velden, Buren N.V., Netherlands
Address: Voukourestiou Street 9, 106 71 Athens, Greece
Caroline Conrad, Conrad & Partner, Switzerland
Jonas Huth, Inhouse Legal Counsel with unu, Germany
Christina Kougia, Sioufas & Associates Law Firm, Greece
Elena Kadelburger, Underwood & Co., UK
Christine Borfiga, Astine, France
Mary Deligianni, Zepos & Yannopoulos, Greece
Tobias Eckardt, Ahlers & Vogel, Germany
Alessandro Paci, LS LexJus Sinacta, Italy
Joyce Pitcher, Pitcher Avocat, France
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