THE LAW OFFICES OF
DR. CHRISTOS A. THEODOULOU
Theodoulou House no. 1
9, W. Weir Street and 5 Corais Street
P.O. Box 40965
6308 Larnaca - CYPRUS
TEL.: 357-24656318, 357-24653111
The Law Offices of Dr. Christos A. Theodoulou, an all purpose firm
Besides the strong Intellectual Property Department, the Law Offices of Dr. Christos A. THEODOULOU is a general Law firm, offering a complete set of legal services in Cyprus and in some cases, in Greece, Tunisia, the Middle East region and internationally.
Dr. Christos A. Theodoulou is a lawyer, legal consultant and litigator (barrister-at-law). Under his leadership in Court, the firm appeared in many important cases both for the private sector and also for the public sector. Below, are some of the cases in which the firm appeared in various fields:
A. For the Municipality of Larnaca:
B. For the District Office of Larnaca:
The firm acted as the lawyers for the District Office of Larnaca in many cases.
C. For the Medical Services and Public Health Services:
In the Supreme Court of Cyprus, Medical Services and Public Health Services v Minas Mina, Criminal Appeal no. 5339, 11 March, 1991.
D. In cases of private individuals, important cases which form part of the case law are e.g.
E. The firm appeared in the following successful Certiorari cases:
F. Some Trade Mark cases in Court in which the firm appeared:
G. Some Patent Cases in which the Firm appeared:
H. The firm got also Anton Piller Orders, as in the Scrabble case.
I. The firm litigates in the European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg and the case of Maro Louca v Cyprus (judgement issued on 2nd August, 2000) is a landmark case for trial within a reasonable time.
Also the firm is engaged in the fight against counterfeiting through inter alia the Customs and the Courts.
The firm registers also domain names and industrial designs.
The Law Offices of Dr. Christos A. Theodoulou are located on Theodoulou House, a building owned by the founder of the firm.
The following entities are also housed in the Theodoulou House:
Trade Marks Law
& Practice in Cyprus