Ramona Livera

Elias Neocleous (Cyprus)
Lawyer (Associate)

Ms. Livera graduated in Law from the University of Kent, Canterbury, in 1985 and was admitted to the Cyprus Bar in 1988. She works as a lawyer with Neocleous. She has extensive knowledge in Corporate Law, Civil and Contract Law, Administrative Law and Property Law. Due to her wide legal awareness, in 2006, she was assigned by the Cyprus Tourism Organisation in association with the Law Commissioner of Cyprus, Ms Leda Koursoumba, to translate the Cyprus Tourism Organisation Laws 1969 – 2005.

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Articles

1506 Bulletin

Ramona Livera, Demetris Gregoriou, Aylin Zeybek The Cypriot Competition Authority carries out an extensive analysis and finds no abuse of dominance in the national marketing and wholesale distribution market for eyewear and sunglasses (E.C. Kyrillou Eyecare / D.S. Demetriou Enterprises)

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Introduction On 16 of June 2020, the Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition (the “Commission”) delivered a decision concerning a complaint filed by E.C. Kyrillou Eyecare Ltd against and D.S. Demetriou Enterprises Limited, in relation to an alleged infringement of Article 3 and (...)

Alexis Christodoulou, Ramona Livera The Cyprus Competition Authority clears the biggest shopping mall in Cyprus of allegations of concerted practices and abuse of dominant position (Beautyline / The Mall of Cyprus)

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Introduction On the 16th of November 2018, the Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition (the “Commission”), delivered a decision concerning a complaint filed by Beautyline Stores CA Papaellinas Limited (“Beautyline”) against the Mall of Cyprus (MC) PLC (“The Mall of Cyprus”), in relation (...)

Ramona Livera The Cyprus Competition Authority heavily fines an anticompetitive agreement considering the seriousness of the infringement and its duration in the spare parts market (Daimler)

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Factual background The case concerned two companies namely Kapodistrias and Kyros who were active in the import, purchase, supply and resale of original spare parts for Mercedes-Benz vehicles, which were supplied by dealers and suppliers from abroad. Kyros and Kapodistrias claimed that, after (...)

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)

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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 (...)

Ramona Livera The Cypriot Competition Authority rejects a complaint ascertaining the existence of an abuse of dominance on the market of measurement services for electromagnetic fields in mobile base stations (Sigint Solutions / University of Cyprus)

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The case concerned the participation of the University of Cyprus in the tender of the Cyprus Telecommunications Authority (CYTA) in relation to the provision of measurement services for electromagnetic fields in mobile base stations for 2012. There are two mobile companies in Cyprus which own (...)

Ramona Livera The Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition decides that because State Educational Institutes do not fall within the definition of an “undertaking”, it lacks the competence to examine a complaint against it (Union of private institutes)

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Factual Background A complaint was lodged on 05/10/2005 by the Union of Private Institutes, before the Cyprus Commission for the Protection of Competition against the State Educational Institutes concerning antitrust practices. More specifically the Union of Private Institutes complained that (...)

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