- Thursday, July 9, 2020

Michael Kyprianou LLC was established in 1991 and is one of the largest law firms in Cyprus, with offices in 3 cities across the island and 6 more abroad. The firm, specializes in corporate law and has vast experience in dealing with foreign clients who account for 70% of its total business.

In the last four years it has won twice the prestigious annual awards of the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce in the category of export of services. The independent board which decides the winner takes into account not only the volume of services exported but factors such as the integrity and good name of the winning firm. In the photo one of the partners of the firm (Savvas Savvides) receives last year’s prize from the president of the Republic of Cyprus.

The firm is also consistently ranked as a top tier law firm in Cyprus by reputable international law directories such as ‘The Legal 500’ and ‘Chambers’.

The United States experience.

The founding partner of the firm, Michael Kyprianou, worked alongside a US law firm in the landmark case of the Republic of Cyprus and the Autocephalous Greek Orthodox Church of Cyprus against Goldberg and Feldman Fine Arts Inc. The case was heard before the United States District Court of Indiana, Indianapolis and at its conclusion the judge ordered the return to Cyprus mosaics (4th-century rare artifacts) that had been stolen from a church in Cyprus.



Michael Kyprianou LLC also advised for a specific project the American Embassy in Cyprus. This, notes its managing partner Menelaos Kyprianou (photo), is in itself testimony of the very high standards of service and ethics that we try to adhere to.

The firm has also represented major US clients in the past in their business dealings in Cyprus whilst presently it is working with the Chicago office of DLA Piper on an important cross border litigation case.

• Menelaos Kyprianou is a Managing Partner of Michael Kyprianou LLC. (https://www.kyprianou.com/en/)

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