Advocates of the highest caliber
Although our Firm prides itself in approaching the legal issues brought before it with the avoidance of potential disputes in mind, we recognize the inevitability of disputes arising in any context, domestically or internationally. Our committed dispute resolution practice has been designed to ensure, safeguard and enforce our Clients’ rights and interests, whether they are in the position of a claimant or a defendant, an applicant or a respondent. Our boutique law firm’s dispute resolution practice was established on the premise that the resolution of disputes, whether through litigation or arbitration, remains a bespoke service, which forms the culmination of the Lawyer-Client relationship.
Our litigators, regulated Advocates of the Supreme Court of Cyprus, ranked as leading lawyers by The Legal 500, Best Lawyers International, Who’s Who Legal and recommended by the IFLR1000, accredited by the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, appear before all courts and tribunals in Cyprus in the most complex of cases, with an astounding success record in pursuing and protecting the best interests of multinational companies and individuals in cross-border and domestic disputes. Enshrined into our core values is our function as servants of Justice, which guarantees our Clients’ interests are protected, safeguarded and advanced in the most challenging circumstances.
Our Dispute Resolution practice covers the following:
- Civil and Commercial Litigation
- Debt Recovery
- Corporate Litigation
- Admiralty Litigation
- Interim Orders and Injunctions
- Fraud and Financial Crime Litigation
- Human Rights Litigation
- Energy Charter disputes
- Commercial Arbitration
- International Commercial Arbitration
- International Investment Arbitration
- Registration and Enforcement of Judgments
- Appellate Litigation
- Constitutional and Administrative Litigation
- Cartel Litigation and Competition law proceedings
Contact our Dispute Resolution team at email@example.com to discuss your factual circumstances and requirements.