Our professionals are carefully selected for their vast experience of legal knowledge and ability to handle every request that arises.
Agni Livera is the founder of the Firm.
She has obtained an LLB (Hons) from the University of Southampton, as well as an LLM in Commercial and Corporate Law from the University College London (UCL). Agni was admitted in the Cyprus Bar Association in year 2009.
Her main areas of expertise are Banking Law, Insurance law, Company Law, Contract Law. She has handled a number of complex legal cases before the Cypriot Courts, representing some of the largest banking institutions of Cyprus – cases regarding debt recovery claims, enforcement of securities issued in favour of the lender, sale of mortgaged properties and has handled applications for issuance of interim orders. Agni has also managed legal cases, both for and against banking institutions, involving multicurrency loan agreements. She has also given legal opinions and administered cases regarding the validity of contracts, security agreements of all types, the appointment of receiver and manager of companies and its validity, letters of guarantee in developer cases and enforcement procedures. Agni has advised on the winding up and liquidation of companies and has conducted such Court cases.
Agni has represented some of the largest Cypriot insurance companies before the Courts regarding compensation claims for loss of amenities, permanent incompetence, accidents during employment and has also handled the out-of-court settlement of many similar cases, assisting clients to reach amicable solutions. She has also given legal opinions on such matters interpreting various aspects of the relevant Laws in the insurance sector, as well as opinions on the validity of insurance contracts and relevant matters.
Furthermore, she has undertaken the review of complex agreements and relevant documents as well as various due diligence reports regarding high network companies and institutions.
From 2009 - 2017, Agni was a senior member of the litigation department at one of the most prestigious legal firms in Cyprus, Chryssafinis & Polyviou LLC.
MARILOU PAVLOU CHRISTODOULIDES
Marilou obtained a BA(Hons) from the University of Oxford, UK as well as a Post Graduate Diploma in Law from the BPP Law School, UK and has also undertaken the Legal Practise Course (with Distinction) at the BPP Law School, UK.
Marilou’s areas of expertise are Capital Markets, M&A and Joint Ventures, General Corporate and Commercial Corporate Restructuring and Tax.
As a Registered European lawyer in Cyprus, she brings the wealth of her experience gained in the City to her position. Marilou worked for six years at Antis Triantafyllides & Sons LLC, as a senior member of the corporate team where she was involved in number of complex and high profile deals. Marilou specializes in equity transactions and mergers and acquisitions. She provides assistance to clients to setting up joint ventures, partnerships and other special purpose vehicles to enable them to better structure their investment in Europe and Asia through Cyprus.
She is fluent in English, Greek and French and also has working knowledge of Italian and Spanish.
MARILOU PAVLOU CHRISTODOULIDES
Constantina Mitsingas graduated from the University of Surrey with honours in 2007 and then completed her LL.M in Competition Law at Kings College London in 2008. She was admitted to the Cyprus Bar in 2009.
Her main areas of expertise and practice are European and Cypriot Competition Law and Regulatory Law. She has been involved in numerous cartel and antitrust cases and has extensive experience on the law concerning the control of concentrations between undertakings as well as on issues pertaining to state aid.
Constantina deals also with international finance transactions and advises on commercial and corporate law matters.
From 2009 - 2017 Constantina was a senior member of the legal advisory department at one of the most prestigious law firms in Cyprus, Chryssafinis & Polyviou LLC.
Christina Tofitziki joined the firm in 2019 for her Pupillage. Upon her admittance to the Cyprus Bar in 2020, she became an Associate at the firm.
Christina has obtained an LLB (Hons) from the University of Hull and has successfully completed the Legal Practice Course at the Manchester Metropolitan University in 2017. She then went on to work in a law firm in Manchester, initially in financial mis-selling department, liaising with third party lenders as well as unfairly treated consumers and then joined the Commercial department of the firm as a paralegal, where her work was mainly assisting solicitors in commercia litigation matter as well as running the debt recovery sub-department; issuing court proceedings and enforcing judgments via available legal routes.
Currently, Christina deals with a variety of litigation matters, advises on employment law, corporate and intellectual property law, company law matters and insurance law.
She is also an accredited Civil and Commercial Mediator.
She is fluent in both Greek and English and has basic knowledge of German.