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Chrysostomides Advocates and Legal Consultants

Alexandros Efstathiou

Alexandros Efstathiou

Associate

Expertise

  • Commercial Law
  • Corporate and Business
  • European Community Law
  • Franchising
  • Employment & Immigration Law
  • European Union Law
  • Litigation, Arbitration & Mediation

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Profile
Alexandros Efstathiou joined the firm as an Associate in September 2015, having completed his traineeship with the firm. His primary areas of practice are EU and international law, administrative law, commercial agreements and labour law. He also handles competition and regulatory matters, investment and capital markets and international arbitration.

Alexandros is further involved in corporate law matters and has experience in the review of corporate documents and the provision of legal opinions thereon. He further assists with the preparation and review of court applications, written pleadings for annulment of administrative acts and public procurement cases handled by the Litigation department.

Bar Admissions

Cyprus Bar Association (2015)

Education

King's College London (LL.B.in Law with European Legal Studies), University of Geneva (LL.M. in International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights)
Areas of Practice

Commercial Law | Competition Law | Corporate & Commercial Law | Corporate and Business | Employment & Immigration Law | European Community Law | European Union Law | Franchising | Human Rights Law | Litigation, Arbitration & Mediation | Public & Private International Law

Articles

Guide on the Extraordinary Measures for the Restriction of the Proliferation of COVID-19 to Businesses and Labour Relations in Cyprus
Chrysostomides Advocates and Legal Consultants, May 2020

Fiscal Support Schemes Full suspension of operations Companies the operations of which were mandatorily suspended, pursuant to the pertinent Decisions of the Council of Ministers and decrees of the Minister of Health, includinginter aliashopping centres, department stores, cafes, coffeehouses, bars and all catering businesses (excluding delivery services), entertainment venues, cinemas, theatres, performance venues, libraries, museums, archaeological and historical sites, bookies, cas

COVID-19: The European Commission issues Guidance on the use of the FDI Screening Regulation
Chrysostomides Advocates and Legal Consultants, May 2020

The Commission has for some time now been focusing on acquisitions of EU companies active in critical industries, especially those that are State-owned, by non-EU companies. In order to control them, it has adopted a foreign direct investment (“FDI”) screening coordination mechanism by virtue of Regulation (EU) 2019/452 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 March 2019 (“FDI Screening Regulation”)...

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