Mr Chrysostomos Nicolaou > Patrikios Pavlou & Associates LLC > Limassol, Cyprus > Lawyer Profile

Patrikios Pavlou & Associates LLC
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Work Department

Litigation and Dispute Resolution department


Chrysostomos Nicolaou is the Partner – Head of Litigation Department of the firm. His practice areas include Dispute Resolution & ADR, Commercial and Criminal Litigation, Construction Law, Arbitration, Mediation, Insurance and Accident Claims, Property and Administration of Estates, Administrative and Constitutional Law, Labour Law.


• Partner – Head of Litigation, Patrikios Pavlou & Associates LLC, Limassol, Cyprus since July 2010 • General Litigation Partner, Patrikios Pavlou & Co, Limassol, Cyprus, 2002 – June 2010 • Partner, Patrikios Pavlou & Co, Limassol, Cyprus, 1996 – 2002 • Advocate, Patrikios Pavlou & Co, Limassol, Cyprus, 1993 – 1996 • Pupil lawyer, Patrikios Pavlou & Co, Limassol, Cyprus, 1992 – 1993


Greek (native) and English (fluent)


Cyprus Bar Association • Cyprus Mediation Association


Chrysostomos Nicolaou has a Law Degree from Athens University, Greece (1992) and he was admitted to the Cyprus Bar Association in 1993. In 2014, he successfully completed the ADR Group Accredited Civil and Commercial Mediator training programme and became a member of the Cyprus Mediation Association.

Lawyer Rankings

Cyprus > Dispute resolution

Patrikios Pavlou & Associates LLC has a versatile team that successfully handles all aspects of dispute resolution including the arbitration of international and domestic disputes. Clients range from public and private companies to multinational corporations, banks, financial institutions and entrepreneurs as well as individual clients from Cyprus and abroad. Senior partner Stavros Pavlou is a prominent arbitrator locally and internationally and is also recognised for his litigation skills. He co-leads the team with Chrysostomos Nicolaou and Stella Louka Pavlou. The team’s wide ranging expertise spans the handling of challenging shareholder disputes to obtaining ancillary relief in the context of foreign litigation and arbitration.