Aimilios Koronaios

Associate


Areas of expertise:

Personal Data Protection, Criminal Law.

Aimilios Koronaios is an associate of the Law Firm “AA Lawyers”.

He is an attorney at law (before the Supreme Court) with experience mainly in the areas of Personal Data Protection and Cybercrime.

He has handled personal data protection cases of natural and legal persons active, inter alia, in the fields of medicine, law, transports, entertainment, telecommunication, consumer products, rentals, journalism, architecture, engineering projects, politics, local government, school and university education, welfare, self-government, tourism, shipping.

In the area of cybercrime, he has handled, inter alia, cases of unlawful processing of personal data, especially in the field of electronic communications, crimes against privacy and communications, financial crimes and honor crimes.

He participates in the Standing Research Committee of the Ministry of Justice “on monitoring developments and the legal framework for the protection of personal data, and submitting proposals for legislative initiatives in view of new technologies”.

He has been a Research Associate of the Hellenic Parliament.

He regularly writes articles on issues of personal data and cybercrime in the newspaper “Estia”, in which he is responsible for the column “Collection of Personal Data”, as well as in other print and internet media.

Education:

He completed his undergraduate studies at the Law School of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens [Very Good]. He holds postgraduate degrees from the Law School of the University of Aberdeen (LL.M. [Distinction], 2012), and the Law School of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens (LL.M. [Excellent], 2014).

Memberships:

He is a member of the Athens Bar Association, the International Association of Privacy Professionals, the International Bar Association, as well as a founding member of the Union of Greek Jurists e-THEMIS. He is also the Alumni Ambassador of the University of Aberdeen in Athens and a member of the Greek Red Cross.

Foreign Languages:
English (C2), French (B2), German (A2) and Turkish (A1).

Aimilios Koronaios is an associate of the Law Firm “AA Lawyers”.

He has been trained as Data Protection Officer (DPO) under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) by the Center for Lifelong Learning of the Nomiki Bibliothiki and the DPO Academy (2020), as well as by the Athens Bar Association (2018). He has completed successfully the MOOC L’Atelier RGDP of the Commission Nationale de l ‘Informatique et des Libertés CNIL) (2019).

He has also recently attended the following thematic seminars:

  • The Terms of Use and the Privacy Policy/Cookies Policy of a B2C e-shop (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2020).
  • Rights of data subjects in GDPR – Understanding and examples of implementation (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2020).
  • Health Data & GDPR – Protection and compliance in practice under the New General Regulation (REG EU 2016/679) (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2020).
  • e-Books IAPR MyData (My Digital Accounting & Tax Application) (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2020).
  • Money laundering and the role of the Anti Money Laundering (AML) Officer (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2020).
  • Cyber Crime: From the preliminary investigation to the trial (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2020).
  • The system of penalties and security measures after the entry into force of the new Penal Code & the new Code of Penal Procedure – In accordance with Law 4637/2019 (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2020).
  • Tax Procedure – After Law 4646/2019 – The regulatory framework – Implementation in practice (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2020).
  • Automatic exchange of information in the tax sector (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2020).
  • GDPR & familiarization with data processing and security systems (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2019).
  • GDPR & Shipping – Risks and recommended solutions for shipping companies regarding the obligation to comply with the General Data Protection Regulation (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2019).
  • The influence and practical implementation of GDPR (Reg[EU] 2016/679) on financial & insurance services (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2019).
  • GDPR in tourism businesses – The practical implementation and the challenges of Reg(EU) 2016/679 (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2019).
  • Personal data protection in accordance with Reg(EU) 2016/679 (GDPR) and the new Law 4624/2019 – Practical application and substantial compliance (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2019).
  • Τhe new Penal Code – After the reform of Law 4619/2019 (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2019).
  • The new Code of Penal Procedure – After the reform of Law 4620/2019 (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2019).
  • Changes & innovations in criminal pre-trial proceedings in accordance with the new Code of Penal Procedure – Launch of criminal proceedings – Preliminary Examination – Interrogation – New institutions for speeding up criminal proceedings (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2019).
  • The participation of the aggrieved party in criminal proceedings – Submission of indictment and appearance before the court in support of the charges with respect to the new Code of Penal Procedure (Center for Lifelong Learning, Nomiki Bibliothiki) (2019).

Aimilios Koronaios is an associate of the Law Firm “AA Lawyers”.

He has authored legal contributions and articles and has been involved in the preparation of other works.

Recent articles:

  • Collection of personal data, 1/2021, newspaper “Estia”, 14.1.2021 (in Greek).
  • Collection of personal data, 2/2020, newspaper “Estia”, 21.12.2020 (in Greek).
  • GDPR Shot: Employee’s departure and professional email, eThemis (online edition), 10.12.2020 (in Greek).
  • Collection of personal data, 1/2020, newspaper “Estia”, 10.12.2020 (in Greek).
  • GDPR and lawyers: 35 points of the Draft Code of Conduct, analuseto.gr (online edition), 23.11.2020 (in Greek).
  • GDPR and lawyers: 35 points of the Draft Code of Conduct, TaxHeaven (online edition), 23.11.2020 (in Greek).
  • Cameras in public spaces: What the new Presidential Decree provides, TaxHeaven (online edition), 19.11.2020 (in Greek).
  • GDPR Shot: The “Permanent Record” of employees, eThemis (online edition), 12.10.2020 (in Greek).
  • “Wild West” in political communication, Letters, newspaper “Estia”, 6.9.2020 (in Greek).
  • GDPR Shot: “Wild West” in political communication, eThemis (online edition), 2.9.2020 (in Greek).
  • The “Iron Curtain” of the Academy of Athens, Letters, newspaper “Estia”, 21.7.2020 (in Greek).
  • Teleworking during the pandemic: Cybercrime and personal data, TaxHeaven (online edition), 16.7.2020 (in Greek).
  • COVID19: Teleworking, cybercrime and GDPR – What to look out for, HuffPost Greece (online edition), 28.4.2020 (in Greek).
  • A new wave of Euroscepticism ahead of us?, Letters, newspaper “Ta Nea”, 23.4.2020 (in Greek).
  • Admiration for Austria’s special forces, Letters, newspaper “Estia”, 2.4.2020 (in Greek).
  • GDPR Shot: Media and Personal Data vol. II, eThemis (online edition), 19.3.2020 (in Greek).
  • GDPR: Coronavirus, teleworking and security measures, TaxHeaven (online edition), 13.3.2020 (in Greek).
  • GDPR Shot: “May I as DPO or may I not?”, eThemis (online edition), 28.2.2020 (in Greek).
  • Grief for Costis Palamas’ residence, Readers’ Letters, newspaper “Kathimerini”, 28.2.2020 (in Greek).
  • GDPR: Deeply problematic the national implementing law, TaxHeaven (online edition), 24.2.2020 (in Greek).
  • GDPR and the Independent Authority for Public Revenue: The quintessence of the requests management process, TaxHeaven (online edition), 20.2.2020 (in Greek).
  • GDPR Shot: The Bradford Factor boomerangs on the employer, eThemis (online edition), 4.2.2020 (in Greek).
  • GDPR: “Storm” of fines in the field of shipping, TaxHeaven (online edition), 3.2.2020 (in Greek).
  • Veil of ignorance of European successes?, Letters, newspaper “Estia”, 28.1.2020 (in Greek).
  • GDPR: Data protection day – Top 14 fines, TaxHeaven (online edition), 24.1.2020 (in Greek).
  • GDPR and shipping company: New fine for violations against employees, TaxHeaven (online edition), 16.1.2020 (in Greek).
  • Personal data: flashback to 2018, HuffPost Greece (online edition), 10.1.2020 (in Greek).
  • Health data and GDPR: the English example, Letters, newspaper “Ta Nea”, 7.1.2020 (in Greek).
  • GDPR Shot: “Poisonous” fine for careless pharmacy, eThemis (online edition), 30.12.2019 (in Greek).
  • The annual personal data report, newspaper “Estia”, 23.12.2019 (in Greek).
  • GDPR Shot: Heavy fine for personal data’s “graveyard”, eThemis (online edition), 10.12.2019 (in Greek).
  • GDPR and emergency procedure: Who is to blame?, Letters, newspaper “Estia”, 8.11.2019 (in Greek).
  • GDPR Shot: When wishing costs… 2.000 euros in fines, eThemis (online edition), 11.10.2019 (in Greek).
  • GDPR and telephony: New record with the imposition of double fine of 400,000 euros, TaxHeaven (online edition), 8.10.2019 (in Greek).
  • GDPR Shot: Media and Personal Data, eThemis (online edition), 16.9.2019 (in Greek).
  • National measures of GDPR asap. Why are we late again?, HuffPost Greece (online edition), 3.9.2019 (in Greek).
  • GDPR and national law: “Habemus Papam!”, TaxHeaven (online edition), 2.9.2019 (in Greek).
  • First “GDPR-bomb” of 150,000 euros after accountants’ complaint, TaxHeaven (online edition), 2.8.2019 (in Greek).
  • Are the Greek hospitals “unhealthy” for the GDPR?, Letters, newspaper “Ta Nea”, 26.7.2019 (in Greek) .
  • The “arsenal” of GDPR. What are our rights?, HuffPost Greece (online edition), 24.7.2019 (in Greek).
  • Spam emails from politicians: it’s time for fines, Readers’ Letters, newspaper “Kathimerini”, 5.7.2019 (in Greek).
  • One year GDPR: time for a birthday or funeral speech?, newspaper “Estia”, 12.6.2019 (in Greek).
  • Private cameras and GDPR, Letters, newspaper “Ta Nea”, 6.6.2019 (in Greek).
  • Trampling GDPR and elections, Readers’ Letters, newspaper “Kathimerini”, 31.5.2019 (in Greek).
  • National Reporter for Greece, in Paul Beaumont et al., The evidentiary effects of authentic acts in the Member States of the European Union in the context of successions – Study, European Union 2016 (in English).
  • International Adoption, in the collective work Family International Law, ed. Chrisafo Tsouka, Nomiki Bibliothiki 2016 (in Greek).
  • First Instance Court of Kalamata 376/2014 (Non-contentious jurisdiction) [International adoption – International of article 4 of the Hague Convention (Law 3765/2009) – Principle of subsidiarity], Immigration Law Review 2-3/2014 (in Greek).
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