Article of our Partner, Antonis Glykis in the Fileleftheros and Politis newspapers

Our Partner, Antonis Glykis, has recently published an article in the Fileleftheros and Politis newspapers, on the issue of medical negligence. Mr. Glykis first analysed a significant decision of the European Court of Human Rights according to which crucial deficiencies in the national system of an EU Member State were highlighted concerning legal protection in […]

Partner, Anna Demetriou, receives international recognition.

We are pleased to announce that Anna Demetriou, Partner  at Elias Neocleous & Co LLC, has become a fellow of the International Academy of Family Lawyers (‘IAFL’).  Anna joins existing IAFL fellow and co-Partner, Christos Melides in obtaining this international acknowledgement of professional expertise. IAFL is a worldwide association of practising lawyers who are recognised […]

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 […]

Success for our Administrative law Litigation Department

The Department of Administrative Law of the Litigation Department of Nicosia achieved a very important decision in the Recourse no. 299/2016, dated 10.12.2020. The case is of particular interest, since its subject was the rejection of a request for a widow’s pension for the husband (Applicant), on the basis of a legal provision that provided […]

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 […]

Protecting the estate of an incapable person

ON October 6, 2020 the Supreme Court of Cyprus upheld a decision of the District Court of Larnaca where the spouse of an incapable person was dismissed as administrator of the estate and other affairs of the latter. Following a petition by the sister of the incapable person, who became quadriplegic following an accident, the […]

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.

Common Law Day conference

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 […]