Firm Profile > Deloitte Legal | Hadjianastassiou, Ioannides LLC > Nicosia, Cyprus
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GROUND FLOOR, STADYL HOUSE
23 THEMISTOKLI DERVI STREET, PO BOX 21136, CY-1502
Deloitte Legal | Hadjianastassiou, Ioannides LLC > The Legal 500 Rankings
Dispute resolution Tier 2
Deloitte Legal | Hadjianastassiou, Ioannides LLC's team, which has ‘a high level of attention to detail’, led the advice to Alpha Television Cyprus on all aspects of the proposed change of ownership of this tv channel. Gaston Hadjianastassiou is regarded and Andreas Thoma joined the team from George Savvides LLC. Kypros Ioannides is ‘methodical and organised'. Natalie Kyprianou is also recommended.
Intellectual property Tier 3
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Hadjianastassiou, Ioannides LLC is a member of the Deloitte Legal network. Over the past decade the firm has grown steadily with its clients in size and experience, and has maintained high levels of professionalism, attention to clients and quality. With 20 legal professionals, Hadjianastassiou, Ioannides LLC offers high quality legal services through dedicated service lines focusing on three main areas: corporate law, commercial law and dispute resolution.
Areas of practice: Banking and finance: the firm advises on all aspects of banking law and financing and has been involved in the drafting and reviewing of loan and security documentation in international finance.
Betting and gaming: the firm has unique experience in the gambling industry. In 2004 it undertook a review of the betting and online gaming industries for the government of Cyprus, providing the firm with extensive knowledge of the gaming world and strong ties with industry regulators and participants. The firm has since advised on betting and gaming law for various industries. It has prepared applications for licensing under the newly enacted betting law of 2012, represented bookmakers across Cyprus before the courts and successfully argued the prevalence of the jurisprudence of the CJEU over Cypriot law in betting and gaming matters. It has advised financial institutions on the legality of accepting payments related to betting and gaming services provided from and to Cyprus.
Commercial law: the firm advises businesses throughout the stages of commerce, and commercial contracts across industries as varied as pharmaceuticals, land development, transport and insurance. The firm has particular expertise in the payment services industry, having provided start-up, licensing and ongoing advice to payment services and electronic money institutions.
Corporate: the firm provides a full range of corporate law services from complex advisory services related to major business life events (including advising in restructuring and M&A processes) through to general secretarial services. In addition, the firm advises both national and international companies and groups.
Employment: the firm advises on terms and conditions and termination of employment, and has acted in the incorporation of provident funds for corporate clients. Its advocates have substantial experience before the Industrial Disputes Tribunal and the district courts in employer-employee disputes and redundancy compensation.
Immovable property: the firm deals with all matters relating to the purchase or lease of property. It advises individual and corporate clients on transactions and disputes involving commercial and residential property. Work includes advising on the purchase, sale and leasing of immovable property; sale and purchase agreements and ancillary documentation; title searches; and property acquisition by foreigners.
Intellectual property: the firm deals with trade mark registrations, local, European and international, as well as procedures before the courts and other responsible bodies relating to registration objections to trade mark registrations and breaches of intellectual property relating to trade marks.
Litigation in all fields of business law, including white collar crime: companies may find themselves drawn into litigation before a foreign court or before a foreign tribunal of arbitration. The firm can assist companies with a variety of business litigation needs in many jurisdictions worldwide. The firm’s litigation practices include generalists in commercial business case law and liability matters, as well as specialists in areas such as criminal law.
Private client: the firm deals with all matters relating to the purchase or lease of property and advises both individual and corporate clients on transactions involving commercial and residential property. Advice and assistance on residence permits and naturalisations is also provided.
|Banking and finance||Kypros Ioannides|
|Banking and finance||Natalie Sepou|
|Banking and finance||Eleni Pophaides|
|Banking and finance||Eleni Maragkaki|
|Immovable property||Gaston Hadjianastassiou|
|Intellectual property||Rania Vrondou|
|Dispute resolution||Kypros Ioannides|
|Dispute resolution||Gaston Hadjianastassiou|
|Dispute resolution||Panayiota Papapetrou|
|Dispute resolution||Costas Philippou|
|Dispute resolution||Rita Olympiou|
|Dispute resolution||Georgia Kakouri|
|Dispute resolution||Eleanna Kyriacou|
|Dispute resolution||Thelma Prodromides|
|Private client||Kypros Ioannides|
|Private client||Rania Vrondou|
|Private client||Christina Hadjivassiliou|
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|Mr Gaston Hadjianastassiou||View Profile|
|Ms Christina Hadjivassiliou||View Profile|
|Mr Kypros Ioannides||View Profile|
|Ms Eleni Kouvanidi||View Profile|
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|Mr Andreas Leonida||View Profile|
|Ms Eleni Maragkaki||View Profile|
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|Ms Rita Olympiou||View Profile|
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Staff FiguresNumber of lawyers : 2,000+ at this office : 2
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