Martha focuses on data protection, regulatory compliance and intellectual property law. She also focuses on administrative law, and she regularly advises clients on public procurement. She is a member of the Data Privacy, TMT and Public Law Departments.

Prior to joining the firm, Martha worked at the European Commission, in Brussels (Directorate General of Informatics) where she was involved in public procurement and the data protection issues arising in the contracts between the European Commission and its main IT suppliers.

Academic Background

  • University of Edinburgh (LL.M. in Intellectual Property Law, 2017)
  • University of Athens, School of Law (LL.B., 2015)


  • Greek
  • English
  • French

Professional Memberships

Member of the Athens Bar Association (2018)

Career Highlights

Recent work includes advice to:

  • An electronic communications provider on a European trademark dispute before the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO);
  • National Bank of Greece S.A. as Issue Advisor and the Joint Coordinators and Bookrunners in relation to the issue of 200 million ATHEX listed bond by Autohellas (due diligence on regulatory, Intellectual Property and data protection matters);
  • Intel Corporation on the entry into an exclusive technology license agreement;
  • A domain name dispute before the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) Arbitration and Mediation Center;
  • DIGEA S.A. on various day-to-day issues related to regulatory compliance, intellectual property and personal data protection matters;
  • An international bank on the compliance of its monitoring system with national data protection legislation;
  • A multinational enterprise information management company on its data residency strategy;
  • A multinational company on the notification of a personal data breach before the Hellenic Data Protection Authority;
  • Adapa Group on the regulatory compliance of its Greek subsidiaries;
  • A multinational group of companies on electronic communication regulatory and legal matters, in the context of a multi-million international transaction, which concerned the acquisition and re-structuring of a group of companies;
  • An electronic communication provider on various electronic communication regulatory issues
  • A medical devices company on its participation in electronic public tenders for the procurement of medical devices as well as on filing actions before public authorities and administrative courts;
  • A multinational company on various actions before the administrative courts in relation to administrative fines, anti-corruption and regulatory matters.