The potential impact of Brexit on international commercial litigation and UK law firms, as well as the doctrine of necessity, innovation hubs, and the tax implications of Brexit, were amongst the most important topics discussed during this year’s Common Law Day conference, at Hilton Park in Nicosia. Many thanks to the British High Commission and the Cyprus Bar Association for organising this succesful event.
Nicolas Tsardellis, partner and the head of our Nicosia litigation department, was the moderator of the panel discussion on innovation hubs. At the centre of the discussion were the objectives of the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission’s innovation hub, and the University of Cyprus’ technology and research centre .
New technology tools and innovative ideas and solutions, resulting in operational efficiencies and agility, optimized work processes, cost and time savings, will certainly influence even more extensively the legal practice of the future and the financial services industry.
For further information on this matter, please contact Nicolas Tsardellis or your usual contact at Elias Neocleous & Co LLC.