The World Litigation Forum is pleased to announce that Konstantina Dimou, an esteemed legal counsel specializing in data privacy and intellectual property law, will be a featured speaker at this year’s event. The forum, renowned for bringing together leading legal professionals from around the world, will take place on September 27 – 28, 2023 at Park Plaza Amsterdam.
With an impressive background in the field, Konstantina Dimou has accumulated several years of experience working as a freelancer in Greece and as an in-house lawyer in the Netherlands. She has successfully represented clients from diverse legal systems and industries, including start-ups, multinational corporations, and government entities. As a licensed Attorney at Law with the Athens Bar Association, Konstantina brings a wealth of knowledge to the table.
Konstantina holds two master’s degrees in law, one from the University of Amsterdam with a focus on European Private Law, and another from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, specializing in Civil Law and New Technologies. Her exceptional academic achievements, combined with her practical experience, have established her as a sought-after legal professional.
At the World Litigation Forum, Konstantina Dimou will deliver an insightful presentation on the potential impact of the Electronic Data and Security Act (EDSA) on the online world. As this act aims to enhance accountability and bolster cybersecurity, it also raises concerns about potential limitations on free speech, increased costs for businesses, and implementation complexities. With her expertise in data privacy and intellectual property law, Konstantina will offer her unique perspective on how the act’s consequences will depend on enforcement practices and the varying viewpoints of stakeholders involved.
Beyond her legal pursuits, Konstantina enjoys engaging in outdoor activities such as hiking and Pilates. She looks forward to sharing her knowledge and insights with her fellow legal professionals at the World Litigation Forum.
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