Evyenia Epaminondou

Ernst & Young (Nicosia)
Lawyer

Evyenia obtained her Law degree (LLB) in 2008 from the University of East Anglia, United Kingdom. She continued her studies by obtaining a Master of Laws degree (LLM) in International Business Law at University College London (UCL). In November 2011 she successfully completed her Training Contract at Andreas Neocleous & Co LLC and was admitted to the Cyprus Bar Association in 2011. She is now an advocate at Andreas Neocleous & Co LLC within the Corporate and Commercial Department specialising in employment law and competition law. Main areas of practice: corporate and commercial law, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance issues, corporate reorganisation and reconstruction.

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Articles

1589 Bulletin

Evyenia Epaminondou The Commission for the Protection of Competition of the Republic of Cyprus clears acquisitions in the luxury cosmetic product market (FIPAL, Carita International / L’Oreal)

624

On 20/02/2014, the Commission for the Protection of Competition of the Republic of Cyprus (hereinafter referred to as the «Commission») received a notification of a proposed concentration on behalf of L’Oreal S.A. (hereinafter referred to as «L’Oreal»), in accordance with section 13 of the Control of (...)

Evyenia Epaminondou, Ramona Livera The Cypriot Competition Authority concludes that the termination of a franchise agreement in a reasonable delay does not constitute an abuse of economic dependence (Bacenco / Orchestra-Premaman)

156

The case arises out of a complaint filed by Bacenco Ltd against Orchestra-Premaman for the alleged infringement of the Protection of Competition Law 13(I)/2008 (“Law”); concerning the termination of the sub-franchise agreement between Bacenco Ltd and Orchestra-Premaman. Bacenco was an (...)

Evyenia Epaminondou The Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition imposes a fine for failure to notify a merger in the pharmaceutical sector (Papaellinas / Sophocles Demetriades)

133

Factual background The present case concerns the possible breaches of articles 9 and 13 of the Law on Control of Concentrations of Enterprises Laws of 1999 and 2000. The concentration in question was brought about following the conclusion of the Share Purchase Agreement dated 17.02.2010, (...)

Evyenia Epaminondou The Supreme Court of Cyprus holds that the Commission for the Protection of Competition doesn’t have to conduct a preliminary investigation for the issue of interim orders (Hellenic Petroleum)

74

Factual Background The present recourse follows a decision by the Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition by which the applicants were ordered, by way of interim order to supply seamlessly with petrol, the petrol station of Antonakis Loizou (interested party to the present (...)

Evyenia Epaminondou The CPC decides to instigate a full investigation phase two due to serious doubts as to the compatibility of a concentration in the market of coated and raw chipboard (Darbo, Sonae)

108

Factual Background On the 19th of July 2006 Darbo S.A.S and Sonae Industria SGPS S.A., the participating parties, filed a notification of concentration before the Cyprus CPC. The CPC following an evaluation of the information and material filed by the parties decided to instigate a full (...)

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