Kyriacos Scordis > Scordis, Papapetrou & Co LLC > Nicosia, Cyprus > Lawyer Profile
Scordis, Papapetrou & Co LLC Offices
30 KARPENISI STREET
PO BOX 20533
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International Arbitration, International Litigation, Private International Law, Tax & Tax Planning, Corporate Law, Commercial Law, Mergers and Acquisitions, Joint Ventures, Competition Law
Admitted: 1995, Cyprus
- Lincoln’s Inn, Inns of Court (Barrister at Law)
- Cyprus Bar Association
- International Tax Planning Association
- International Bar Association
- LL.B. (Hons), 1992, University College London, UK
- LL.M. (Hons), 1993, University College London, UK
- Bar Vocational Course, 1994, Holborn College, UK
Scordis, Papapetrou & Co LLC frequently receives instructions from major international law firms on various high-value matters. Particular strengths lie in freezing and disclosure orders and all aspects of civil fraud claims. It is also recommended for its considerable experience in all aspects of civil litigation. The team is co-led by Kyriacos Scordis, Constantinos Adamides, Christos Scordis, Andreas Michaelides, Penelope Papapetrou and Alexandros Gavrielides. The team ‘stands out due to its enormous depth of experience and its very clever partners’ who are adept at handling multijurisdictional disputes.
Scordis, Papapetrou & Co LLC receives instructions from multinational corporations and international law firms on transactional matters and is also adept at handling contentious issues. It has particular experience in debt restructuring, mergers and shareholder agreements. Senior partner Christos Scordis is well regarded and Constantinos Adamides advises a portfolio of corporate clients and high-net-worth individuals when they are seeking to invest in Cyprus. They co-lead the team with Kyriacos Scordis, Makis Chrysomilas, Matheos Papapetrou and Andreas Michaelides.
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