The (automotive) industry of Cyprus, the “green” alternatives of the energy sector restructuring and blockchain

Our associate Ioannis Sidiropoulos has recently published an article in Fileleftheros newspaper. The article presents the author’s ideas regarding the auspicious prospects for future business initiatives in Cyprus, in the fields of industry, renewable energy sources and fintech. The comparative advantages of our country that favor these initiatives are highlighted, in combination with the current […]

Environmental and social factors will become central to all business operations.

The Cyprus Mail recently interviewed Managing Partner, Elias Neocleous, about his attitude, and that of the firm, to the concept of sustainability.  In the interview Elias expressed his view that sustainable business practices and corporate social responsibility are not only desirable in themselves, but  they are also essential for the long-term survival of any business. […]

Elias Neocleous & Co LLC wins ‘Who’s Who Legal’ Award.

Ending 2021 on a positive note we are really pleased to announce that Elias Neocleous & Co LLC has added to the numerous awards already received this year by being named 2021 Cyprus Law Firm of the Year by Who’s Who Legal. Published by independent publishing group Law Business Research Limited,  Who’s Who Legal’s reputation […]

2021 Reflect Festival – Time for Action!

The opening of the ‘Doers Unite’ 2021 Reflect Festival (‘Reflect’) will soon be upon us.  This year’s Reflect runs from the 14th to the 16th October inclusive and, as its long-term Gold Sponsor, Elias Neocleous & Co LLC looks forward to again participating in the biggest ‘Future Casting’ event in the region. Serving as an […]

How Organisations Should Reconsider Cybersecurity in a Post-5G World

Mondaq platform has recently published an article by our Chief Information Officer, Michael Ioannou, on the above topic.  In his article Michael elaborates on the benefits of 5G usage but also explains why each advantage brings with it an additional cybersecurity threat.  This is particularly true for corporations seeking to safeguard their networks and their […]

Artificial Intelligence and the Administration of Justice

An article which was co-authored by Senior Associate, Christiana Pyrkotou and Associate, Aimilia Efstathiou recently featured in the Cyprus Mail.  In the article they examine the latest EU regulatory proposals concerning the use of Artificial Intelligence(‘AI’) with specific reference to its potential use within the Cyprus judicial system. They explain why such usage might be […]

EU Digital Certificate and the Cyprus Safe Pass – a step too far in data collection?

The August edition of the Great Britain – Cyprus Business Gazette featured an article contributed by Michael Ioannou, Chief Information Officer and Eleni Victoros, Associate and Data Protection Officer.  The article explores the significance of Regulation (EU)2021/93 which introduced the Digital Covid Certificate across the European Union as a means to facilitate movement across Member […]

Elias Neocleous & Co LLC is the ‘Leading law firm in Cyprus’

We are pleased to report that Elias Neocleous & Co LLC has once again been placed firmly at the top of Gold Business Magazine’s prestigious annual list of the ’90 Leading law firms in Cyprus’.  The list is compiled and ordered with regard to the significance of a firm’s contribution to the Cyprus legal sector […]

New Modules on The Export of Data to Non- EU Countries.

(EC Decision of 4th of June 2021, Regulations EU 2016/679 and EU2018/1725) The European Commission, with its Implementing Decision 2021/914 of 4th of June 2021, forces the implementation, across all Member States, of Four Modules of Standard Contractual Clauses (SCC) (hereinafter referred to as the “Clauses”) to ensure uniform compliance with Regulation (EU) 2016/679 for […]

GDPR and Brexit: How Data Transfers will be affected.

The European Commission has issued a statement which provides important information to companies and individuals who continue to transfer data to the UK from the EU / EEA following the withdrawal of the UK from the European Union on 31st December 2020. As of 1 January 2021, transfers of personal data to the United Kingdom […]