This article briefly describes if and how Brexit has impacted the recognition and enforcement of UK judgements in Cyprus.
A recent UK Supreme Court judgment in the FCA test case indicates Covid-19 related extended BI cover claims not requiring physical damage may succeed, whereas US statistics suggest claims under basic BI cover mandating physical damage are likely to fail.
The enactment of the 5th Anti Money Laundering Directive via amendment of Law 188(I)/2007 constitutes the introduction of mandatory crypto assets regulation in Cyprus.
Cyberattacks bear risk for shipping companies in terms of contractual liability, third party liability, and regulator violations.
When a person refuses to submit to DNA testing under a Court order, the Court is entitled only to take the refusal on record to draw an adverse inference therefrom.
We are pleased to announce that Harris Kyriakides LLC has been recommended amongst the top firms in Dispute Resolution.
We are delighted for being a recommended firm in Financial and Corporate matters in the IFLR 1000 2020 edition, based on their independent research with clients.
We are proud for being recommended by The Legal 500 in Dispute Resolution, EU and competition and Real estate and Construction.
We are delighted to announce that our partner, Mr Harris Kyriakides, has been selected by Who 's Who Legal independent research with clients
We are delighted that Harris Kyriakides LLC has been identified by “Who’s Who Legal” 2017
A recent article of our Insurance and Personal Injury team with title: “Justice in the Insurance sector” has been published in the IN Business Magazine.
A recent article of Ioannis Generalis, Τrainee Αssociate at Harris Kyriakides, with title ‘Regulatory impact’, has been published in the Bunkerspot Magazine.
Our Partner Dr Nicolas Kyriakides will be presenting on 21 October 2020, 16:00-18:00, the research seminar titled 'The American Rocket Docket System: A model for active case management for countries facing delays in justice' at the fourth research seminar series organized by the Department of Law at the University of Cyprus.
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Harris Kyriakides LLC contributes the Cyprus chapter in Global Legal Insights: Litigation & Dispute Resolution 2020.
Harris Kyriakides LLC contributes the Cyprus chapter in the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Product Liability 2020.
The first webinar, entitled "How the procedure of personal injury claims changes with the new Civil Procedure Rules in Cyprus" will take place on Tuesday, 6 April, at 18:00.
We are happy to announce that Harris Kyriakides, has joined as a Legal Sponsor the NPL Investing & Management Summit taking place online on October 21-22. Find out more details at https://www.ddc-financial.com/2-part-npl-summit-greece.
Our partner Dr Nicolas Kyriakides, Co-Director of the Procedural Law Unit at the University of Nicosia (https://www.unic.ac.cy/school-of-law/plu/), will be co-presenting a paper in the upcoming Frontiers in Civil Justice conference, on 16-17 November 2020 (https://www.unic.ac.cy/frontiers-in-civil-justice/).
Our Associate Mr Christos Stroppos will be presenting on 16 September 2020, 16:00-18:00, the research seminar titled 'The Autonomy of EU Legal Order' at the fourth research seminar series organized by the Department of Law at the University of Cyprus. Find more information at here.
Harris Kyriakides LLC supported the inaugural event of the Procedural Law Unit at University of Nicosia School of Law.
We were delighted to advise pro bono the Larnaca Tourism Board in the Elpida Project.
The Marine and Maritime Research, Innovation, Technology Centre of Excellence (MaRITeC-X) consortium
We are delighted to announce that, Harris Kyriakides LLC is the first company in Larnaca that has acquired a long-distance
OXygono is a newly established, non-profit, non-governmental, Cyprus based organisation.