Michael Kyprianou & Co LLC recognised as leading Cyprus law firm by Chambers Global 2023 Guide


We are pleased to announce our firm has once again been ranked as one of the leading firms in Cyprus in the Chambers and Partners Global 2023 Guide in the categories of General Business Law and Dispute Resolution.

In the General Business Law category, partners Tonia Antoniou, Lambros Soteriou and Lorena Charalambous are recognised for the services in Cyprus, and Adrian Mallia, partner at the firm`s office in Malta, is recognised in the Corporate/Commercial category of the Malta guide. In the category of Dispute Resolution managing partner Menelaos Kyprianou has been highly recognised, and partner Marina Hadjisoteriou is acknowledged as an up-and-coming lawyer.

Based on client feedback in Chambers` 2023 guide, our firm, recognised as “a diverse corporate practice with expertise in handling a range of corporate mandates, including mergers, takeovers and investment transactions”, is specifically praised for being “extremely commercial and results-driven in its approach’, “have[ing] great knowledge of the applicable legislation and regulatory regime, and a deep understanding of how our field of operation works, which allows [the firm] to provide valuable advice and guide [clients] through complex matters”, with “the team exhibit[ing] a wide range of skills and knowledge which allows them to provide inclusive and effective advice on all aspects.” Clients also confirm “Michael Kyprianou & Co.’s client service is exceptional, targeted to serve the best interest of the client, always practical, straightforward and on point.”

Menelaos Kyprianou is recognised as an experienced litigator who is active in a wide range of contentious mandates, including cross-border arbitrations, contractual disputes and fraud cases. Client feedback confirms “Menelaos Kyprianou is analytical, very calm and convincing.

Marina Hadjisoteriou handles arbitrations, contractual disputes and fraud cases. Her clients include investment firms, high net worth individuals and notable corporates. Her strengths include “[being] very hard-working, and thorough with her works and research.” Clients appreciate her ability to “think outside the box and very strategically, in order to achieve the best outcome for the client.”

Tonia Antoniou advises on acquisition financing, shipping finance and debt restructuring. She acts for financial institutions and corporates.

Lambros Soteriou routinely advises financial sector clients on regulatory, contractual and IP-related matters. Clients confirm “Lambros Soteriou understands the business world and is very commercially minded.” and “He possesses incredible leadership skills, dedication and an uncompromising focus on delivering great results.”

Lorena Charalambous is well placed to advise on acquisition and debt refinancings. She is active across the TMT, IT and pharmaceutical sectors. She is commended for “[being] client-oriented and responsive.

Adrian Mallia advises clients on procurement and employment law matters, as well as commercial mandates.