Christos Chrissanthis LLM (University of London), PhD (University of Athens) is a professor of commercial law at the University of Athens, Faculty of Law, and a fully practising attorney-at-law specialising in IP matters and complex commercial litigation. He has published extensively on Greek trademark law. In addition to law, he has also studied Accounting and Negotiation Strategies. His professional practice covers fields such as pharmaceutical patents, trademark litigation, parallel trade, anti-counterfeiting measures and unfair competition before the Greek courts, as well as trademark litigation before the European Union Intellectual Property Office and the General Court of the EU. During the past years, he has successfully led some of the more important IP litigation cases before the Greek courts and has greatly contributed to some of the most notable recent court precedents in Greece regarding IP matters, such as parallel trade, famous marks and trade dress litigation.