Nicholas Mouttotos and our partner, Dr. Nicolas Kyriakides, coauthored an article titled "Directive 2020/1828 on representative actions for the protection of the collective interests of consumers and its (failure) of transposition in Cyprus" which was published in the Cyprus Law Review issue of January-April 2023.
Our partner, Georgina Athanasiou, writes in the Cyprus Law Review’s 1st issue of January-April 2023 titled: ‘European Arrest Warrant and the Fundamental Rights of the Requested Persons'
We are delighted to share the latest International Comparative Legal Guide – Pharmaceutical Advertising and Regulations 2023, published by Global Legal Group.
Harris Kyriakides team contributes the Cyprus chapter in the International Comparative Legal Guide: Consumer Protection 2023 by Global Legal Group.
We are pleased to continue our long standing co-operation with one of the most well-known legal journals published in Greece since 1950.
Harris Kyriakides Competition team contributes to the Cyprus chapter in the International Comparative Legal Insights: Cartels - Enforcement, Appeals & Damages Actions 2023 by Global Legal Group.
Harris Kyriakides team contributes the Cyprus chapter in the International Comparative Legal Guide: Drug & Medical Device Litigation 2023 by Global Legal Group.
Discover the latest insights of the insurance law team at Harris Kyriakides in the InBusiness Magazine “Insurtech 2023” special feature, as our partner Nicolas Kyriakides explores our comprehensive range of legal services and examines the upcoming challenges facing the insurance industry.
Celebrated yearly at the same date, Data Protection Day marks the anniversary of the opening for signature of Convention 108, the global data protection Convention.
In the latest issue of the Barrister magazine, our partner Nicolas Kyriakides examines the reform needed in a legal system to attract foreign investment.
Edward Elgar Publishing has just published a new book on "Frontiers in Civil Justice: Privatisation, Monetisation, and Digitisation".
Commercial Law Review, one of the oldest legal magazines in Greece, has just published the April – June issue of 2022. In the latest issue, our partner Charikleia Theodoulou analyses the Unfair Trade Practices in the Agricultural and Food Supply Chain Act 2021 in Cyprus.
The Prisoners Rights Protection Cyprus prepared the 1st edition of the Reintegration Guide of Released Persons. The compilation of the Guide was undertaken by the Association's Scientific Committee and supervised by the Department of Psychology of the University of Neapolis and the Cyprus Addiction Treatment Authority.
Erasmus Law Review has published a special Issue on Global Developments and Challenges in Costs and Funding of Civil Justice. The issue provides detailed critical perspectives of costs rules, funding arrangements, recent procedural developments and the impact on access to civil justice.
In the latest Cyprus feature – Spotlight on Cyprus which was shared by BRG (Brussels Research Group) and The New York Times, our partner Nicolas Kyriakides analyses how Cyprus is adapting to instability in a national and global scale.
The Cyprus Bar Association has relaunched Nomiko Vima in electronic form with the aim of providing a useful tool to lawyers, law students and anyone interested in law content. In this first issue, our partner Nicolas Kyriakides, Andronikos Theofanous and Mary Christoforou introduce CYSCOLA, the first Cyprus Standard for the Citation of Legal Authorities.
We summarise the current law and practice for Competition control for mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures in Cyprus.
Harris Kyriakides team contributes the Cyprus chapter in the International Comparative Legal Guide: Drug & Medical Device Litigation 2022.
Harris Kyriakides team contributes the Cyprus chapter in The International Comparative Legal Guide – Environment & Climate Change Law 2022 by Global Legal Group.
Harris Kyriakides was delighted to accept the invitation of the World Bank Group to contribute to the Global Indicators research on matters pertaining to Cyprus laws and regulations. Our Cyprus banking law team, comprising Dr. Nicolas Kyriakides, Mrs Georgia Karamalli and Mrs Georgina Athanasiou have participated to the research of the Global Indicators Group run by the World Bank Group.
Harris Kyriakides team contributes the Cyprus chapter in the International Comparative Legal Guide - Product Liability 2021.
The adoption of the bill establishing a Commercial Court and an Admiralty Court in Cyprus constitutes significant progress in the reform of the Cypriot judicial system.
Harris Kyriakides team contributes the Cyprus chapter in the International Comparative Legal Guide to Drug & Medical Device Litigation 2021.
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.
Find more information here.
Harris Kyriakides LLC contributes the Cyprus chapter in the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Product Liability 2020.
Harris Kyriakides LLC contributes the Cyprus chapter in the International Comparative Legal Guide to: Drug & Medical Device Litigation 2020. The guide provides a practical cross border insight into drug and medical device litigation.
Our Data Protection and Cyber Law team discusses a number of legal risks arising from communications at the workplace which do not adhere to proper data and communication policies.
Our GDPR team discusses the opinion issued by the European Data Protection Board on the list of processing activities that are subject to a requirement of data protection impact assessment.
Harris Kyriakides LLC contributes the Cyprus chapter in LexisNexis® Company and Foreign Investment Law Guide’s 2020. The guide showcases a detailed review and analysis on Company & Foreign Investment practices around the world.
The Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition rejected allegations of abuse of dominance regarding an exclusive dealing agreement for the supply of hairdressing salon products. Our Senior Associate Dr. Panagiotis Tsangaris comments on the decision in Concurrences.
Right after the new General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) came into force, many debates were initiated regarding its limits