1 Iras Street
Nicosia 1060 ,Cyprus
George Z. Georgiou & Associates LLC is a Cypriot, award-winning, full-service civil law firm, consisting of more than 40 experienced lawyers, arbitrators, legal consultants and support staff.
The Firm undertakes work in the fields of: Arbitration; Banking & Compliance; Commercial; Corporate & Tax; Employment & Pensions; Intellectual Property & Media; Litigation & International Commercial Litigation; Real Estate & Construction; and all other areas of Cypriot civil law. It is ranked in the main legal directories, Chambers & Partners Global & Europe, Legal 500 EMEA, Who’s Who Legal and has won over 150 awards in 10 years. In 2013, it was successful in achieving the Investors in People Standard. Local and international clients include companies, municipalities, banks, schools, multinationals and equally valued individuals.
The GZG Academy is an integral part of George Z. Georgiou & Associates providing bespoke lectures, seminars, training sessions and breakfast meetings on all areas of Cypriot law. Training is undertaken in either the Firm’s dedicated training rooms or at the clients’ own premises.
The Firm’s lawyers actively participate in local and international conferences as speakers, as well as writing articles, chapters in books and legal updates for international publications.
George Z. Georgiou & Associates takes its duty to society and the environment seriously. The Firm is actively involved with donations of food, clothing, school supplies, financial contributions and undertaking work pro bono, to name but a few areas. The Firm is committed to minimising the impact of its activities on the environment and recognises that it has a responsibility to the environment beyond legal and regulatory requirements.
As a dynamic and energetic law firm, the firm pride itself on its devotion to professionalism, passion for excellence, and commitment to the legal services it provides its clients.
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