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Antoniou, McCollum & Co has a leading name in EU and competition matters, where it advises clients such as Starbucks, Unilever and Visa Europe. Anastasios Antoniou is highly experienced in such work.

Maria Kyriacou heads the ‘very capable and responsive’ team at Elias Neocleous & Co LLC. The large and specialised department acted as local counsel to provide merger control advice regarding the acquisition of control of a company in the aviation sector. Advocate Evyenia Kelly Epaminondou is ‘very practical’ and advocate Elena Christodoulou ‘always stays on top of every detail’.

Dr K Chrysostomides & Co LLC’s ‘solid’ team is representing Daimler AG in proceedings before the Administrative Court of Cyprus to challenge the legality of a decision by the Commission for the Protection of Competition (CPC). Google is another key client. Kypros Chrysostomides heads the team, which includes Anna Rossides and George Mountis.

Lellos P Demetriades Law Office has a proven record in EU and competition matters, where it is advising clients in the tobacco, pharmaceuticals, concrete and food and beverages industries. Achilleas Demetriades is recommended.

Chrysses Demetriades & Co Law Office’s ‘meticulous’ team ‘quickly comes to grips with complex issues’. The ‘vastly experienced’ Polyvios Panayides is a key member of the practice, which has extensive experience of dealing with merger control notifications before the CPC and of working with leading international law firms on complex multi-jurisdictional filings.

Ioannides Demetriou LLC has substantial regulatory experience and is skilled at representing clients before the CPC. Pambos Ioannides and Andrew Demetriou are names to note.

Michael Kyprianou & Co. LLC recently acted for Alvarez & Marsal Europe LLP during an investigation by the Central Bank of Cyprus into the Cypriot banking sector. Menelaos Kyprianou is well regarded.

Tasos Coucounis heads the team at Andreas Coucounis & Co LLC that continues to represent Y Karydas Drive & Fly before the Cyprus Competition Commission.

Chryssafinis & Polyviou LLC is skilled at handling competition litigation and merger clearance procedures. Polis Polyviou is the key contact.

Koushos Korfiotis Papacharalambous LLC regularly advises Lukoil Cyprus on EU and competition matters. Loucas Koushos is the name to note.

Papadopoulos, Lycourgos & Co LLC is currently representing a leading Cypriot bank before the CPC. Dimitris Papadopoulos is the main figure.

Prountzos & Prountzos LLC’s ‘in-depth knowledge of EU energy law in particular is second to none’. The ‘capable’ team handles a vast array of public procurement matters. Charalambos Prountzos is ‘very experienced’.

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