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A.G. Erotocritou LLC is a dynamic law firm advising on non-contentious, advisory and litigation matters. The firm is one of the new generations of Cyprus law firms striving to reformulate the ‘traditional role’ of a law firm. A.G. Erotocritou has adopted a new model for the delivery of legal services with a flexibility to meet clients’ needs, exceed their expectations and provide tailor-made personalised solutions. All team members are highly motivated and enthusiastic individuals, with UK or US graduates making up the majority of the team having had prior experience in the largest firms in Cyprus/UK.

The firm has been ranked and praised by the leading international legal directories such as The Legal 500, IFLR, Whoswholegal, Client Choice/International Law Office as a leading firm in Cyprus distinguished for ‘its excellent quality of service, deep industry understanding’ and has been regarded as ‘an exception in the Cyprus market where everyone does everything’.

Areas of practice: A.G. Erotocritou specialises in international litigation (with an emphasis on commercial cross-border disputes) and arbitration, corporate and M&A, banking and finance, shipping, real estate, data protection and private client, and is highly regarded as one of the fastest-growing specialised firms in Cyprus.

Clientele: the firm is proud to count some of the largest international law firms and banking institutions, high-net-worth individuals and various notable conglomerates around the world as clients. On a domestic level, the firm also advises and regularly represents various banking institutions and corporations, public authorities as well as prominent non-profitable associations.

Business growth: the firm’s business has expanded significantly, both in terms of volume as well as the quality and magnitude of cases and transactions handled. This is not only a testament to the calibre of the firm’s services but also highlights the trust clients place in the team and the overall high quality of work.

Recruitment: since the promotion of new talent is actively encouraged, the firm is always on the lookout for valuable additions to its team. The latest hires are three new enthusiastic lawyers in the dispute resolution and commercial/corporate departments.

Areas of practice

Arbitration and litigation: constantly ranked by leading international directories, the firm’s litigation team has particular expertise in handling high-value, complex cross-border disputes, injunctions and other interim measures, and regularly represents multinational corporations, financial and banking institutions and individuals in a wide range of cross-border commercial and corporate litigation. A.G. Erotocritou LLC is equally active in international and domestic arbitration.

Banking and finance: the firm has considerable expertise in banking and finance and often acts on behalf of lenders and borrowers in financing transactions. Members of the firm have also been engaged in large-scale projects involving multinational organisations, investment and retail banks.

Corporate/M&A: A.G Erotocritou provides comprehensive and specialised legal advice on all aspects of domestic and international business. The firm is proud to count some of the largest multinational organisations and financial institutions as clients.

Private client: the firm is particularly well known for offering high-quality ‘private client’ professional services on a broad range of matters. The firm has advised a plethora of high-net-worth individuals in relation to their investment in Cyprus in real estate and financial assets and has facilitated a substantial number of successful citizenship applications for naturalisation ‘by investment’.

Shipping, admiralty and marine insurance: the firm has a dynamic shipping practice, providing prompt and efficient legal advice and services to a wide spectrum of the shipping industry. The firm’s clientele includes banks, financial institutions, ship owners/managers, charterers and insurers (including P&I clubs). The litigation team has extensive experience in representing ship owners, importers, charter parties and insurance companies in litigation disputes.


Other offices Athens

MemberChartered Institute of Arbitrators MCiArb
Cyprus Bar Association
European Employment Lawyers Association
International Association of Young Lawyers
International Bar Association
International Lawyers Association (AEA)
Commercial Litigation Association

Number of lawyers 12

at this office 10

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