Christos is the youngest partner of the firm. He practices law both as a litigator and as transactions counsellor in the field of commercial law. As a litigator, he has successfully safeguarded the interests of his clients before both criminal and civil courts. As a counsel, he has advised on the methods under which clients achieved their commercial objectives.
Christos has been the main consultant in a number of studies and reports prepared on behalf of private, public local, and international organizations in the areas of competition and statutory compliance.
Moreover, numerous companies sought his advice in the sectors of European commercial regulation, European enterprises and financial regulation, in which he maintains high expertise.
Christos has also advised a number of companies in the sectors of lotteries, gaming and gambling regulation and intellectual property protection procedures but also on regulation involving Health and Safety.
Under his commercial expertise Christos also aided local colleges in their development and transformation into regulated Universities and is a standing consultant on their compliance with applicable legislation.
Christos himself is a professor of Health Legislation at Frederick University (Cyprus).
Christos is involved in Litigation particularly in cases connected to Commercial Law (both in its civil and criminal dimension), Intellectual Property cases and Employment law, all with great success.
Examples are civil actions involving claims for compensation for stock market and other regulated markets manipulation, claims for damages resulting from regulated investment firms, breach of statutory duties, cases involving infringements of copyright and other intellectual property rights. Moreover, under his commercial expertise he is involved in corporate debt collection through debt collection procedures, but also on debt restructuring through company law procedures.
Examples of criminal cases are those consisting of offences related to Financial Crimes, Fraud and Misrepresentation, Anti-Money Laundering Proceedings, Failure in Executing Directors’ duties, Preparing and Circulating Forged Documents offences, Forged Accounts offences, Unlawful Making of Profit related offences, Financial Services and other Regulatory offences and other related offences.
Inevitably, he is regularly involved in cases which require the issuing of interim orders to safeguard the fruitful conclusion of litigation. Examples of such orders are the popular Mareva Injunction, but also Norwich Pharmacal and Anton Piller orders.