Time to ‘Reflect’ on the future!

We are pleased to announce that we are proudly sponsoring and co-organizing Reflect Festival 2020 for the third successive year. During this year’s Reflect Festival which is taking place online with over 40 events, 70 speakers and 10 top Start-up presentations, we guarantee a journey into the future. From 8th – 10th October 2020 the […]

2019 Personal Income Tax Submission Form now available online!

The Cyprus Tax Department has announced that Personal Income Tax Form (TD1) for employees or self-employed without audited accounts, for the tax year 2019, is now available for submission via the TAXISnet platform. Taxpayers should note that the Tax Department will only accept TD1 forms which have been submitted via TAXISnet. Therefore, individuals who have […]

Elias Neocleous & Co LLC commences its 2020-2021 training programme.

Elias Neocleous & Co LLC would like to extend a warm welcome to our nine new trainee lawyers who are about to commence their training programme with us.   Once again competition for a place on the programme has been fierce, and our newest recruits have all successfully passed through a rigorous and demanding selection process. […]

Keeping the lights on! – EU publishes Action Plan for Critical Raw Materials

In the current climate, when the topic of supply shortages is mentioned, the automatic reaction of many of us is to turn our thoughts to items such as masks, antiseptic wash and toilet paper which, in the early days of the Covid 19 pandemic, seemed to vanish from shop shelves almost before they had been […]

Cyprus’ new Trademarks Law embraces technology

On June 5, 2020 the Cyprus Parliament passed the new Trademarks Law incorporating the European Trademarks Directive (Directive (EU) 2015/2436) into national law, bringing some significant changes to the Trademarks Law. On June 16 the new Trademark Rules of 2020 were published to provide some guidelines on how the provisions of the new Law will […]

Dawn of a new era for road safety and air quality?

1 September 2020 should mark the day when the European Union finally draws a line under the 2015 “Dieselgate” scandal which rocked the European motor industry, and in particular, the Volkswagen Group (‘VW’). For those with short memories, the scandal concerned the revelation that nearly half a million diesel cars sold in the USA by […]