European Law

Cyprus has become a member state of the European Union on May 1st, 2004. As a result, European Union legislation in the form of Directives, Regulations and Decisions are directly applicable and have direct effect in the Cyprus’ internal legal system.

European Union legislation affects all aspects of everyday business and as a result companies have to comply with a new set of rules and need to acquire legal advice so as to maximize the benefits of accession.

  • Challenging Cyprus laws through EU administrative procedures or judicial proceedings.
  • Complaints to the European Commission and other EU bodies
  • Analysis of new regulatory proposals
  • Legal advice in support of lobbying
  • Review of the implementation and application of EU law in Cyprus