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Andreas Coucounis & Co LLC

9 ARCHBISHOP MAKARIOS III AVENUE, LAZAROS CENTRE, SUITE 101-102, PO BOX 40519, 6305 LARNACA, CYPRUS
Tel:
Work +357 24 82 24 60
Fax:
Fax +357 24 62 61 06
Email:
Web:
www.coucounis.com
Paphos, Nicosia, Larnaca

Cyprus

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Cyprus

Within Banking and finance, Andreas Coucounis & Co LLC is a third tier firm,

Dimitria Coucouni Andreou is the key contact at Andreas Coucounis & Co LLC. Recent work includes advising on the restructuring of a Jersey-based fund, and acting for a Scandinavian group of companies on a ship finance matter.

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Within Corporate and M&A, Andreas Coucounis & Co LLC is a third tier firm,

Andreas Coucounis & Co LLC advised a European client on a joint venture agreement involving the production and distribution of food supplements and other products in the US. Dimitria Coucouni Andreou and team head Tasos Coucounis are recommended.

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Within Dispute resolution, tier 4

Managing partner Tasos Coucounis is the key contact at Andreas Coucounis & Co LLC. In 2013, the team represented two global cable television channel providers in recovering subscription fees owed by a Cypriot company pursuant to distribution agreements.

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Within EU and competition, Andreas Coucounis & Co LLC is a second tier firm,

Tasos Coucounis at Andreas Coucounis & Co LLC successfully represented Callsat Telecommunications in a case claiming CYTA abused its dominant position in the internet access market.

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Within Real estate and construction, Andreas Coucounis & Co LLC is a third tier firm,

Real estate is rooted in the history of Andreas Coucounis & Co LLC, which handles both contentious and non-contentious matters. The team recently advised a group of foreign nationals in Paphos on rights relating to the transfer of their title deeds from a developer. Managing partner Tasos Coucounis is the primary contact.

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