E-justice and emails!
The Cyprus Mail has published an article by our Partner, Antonis Glykis which concerns the E-Justice Justice (Electronic Correspondence) Procedural Regulation of 2021. Whilst Antonis welcomes the introduction of the Regulation as the first step in the long journey required to modernize the Cypriot legal system, he also highlights some points of weakness within it. […]
Article of our associate Maria Kozakou in Fileleftheros newspaper
Our associate Maria Kozakou has recently published an article in Fileleftheros Newspaper. Mrs Kozakou analysed a recent interesting decision of the Constitutional Court of the Czech Republic on the constitutionality of certain measures imposed, concerning the operation of retail stores and provision of services in facilities, in the framework of the efforts to contain the […]
Women’s Rights Reporting for Duty!
A legal team from Elias Neocleous & Co LLC recently won a landmark ruling from the Cyprus Ombudswoman. The firm’s litigation and dispute resolution practice is the largest in Cyprus and has an unmatched record of success in helping clients of all kinds to assert and defend their legal rights in a timely manner. This […]
An EU Justice System for the future?
Effective justice It has long been recognized that a truly effective justice system rests on a strong core of independence, quality and efficiency. It should also be noted that an effective justice system plays an important role in attracting businesses and investment to a country, helping it to generate economic growth and social stability. Despite […]
International Execution Against Judgment Debtors
Author: Chrysanthos Christoforou(Cyprus Chapter) Law Firm: Elias Neocleous & Co LLC Publisher: Thomson Reuters Link Reprinted from International Execution Against Judgment Debtors (June 2020 update) with permission. Copyright © 2020 Thomson Reuters, all rights reserved. For more information about this publication, please visit www.legal.thomsonreuters.com.