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A.KARITZIS & ASSOCIATES L.L.C had the Most Popular Articles in Cyprus!

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A.KARITZIS & ASSOCIATES L.L.C had the Most Popular Articles in Cyprus!

We are pleased to announce that, two of our Lawyers, Mr. Zacharias Kapsis of the Shipping Department and Mrs. Maria Lazaridou of the Litigation Department, achieved to be awarded with the Mondaq’s prize 'The most Popular Article in Cyprus' for the months January 2020 and August 2019 respectively.

It is of great importance the fact that during the month of January 2020 the article of our Lawyer Mr. Zacharias Kapsis namely ‘The Prescriptive And Enforcement Jurisdiction Of A Coastal State In Relation To Ship Source Pollution Occurs In Its Exclusive Economic Zone, Ports And Internal Waters’ was the most popular article in Cyprus, while the article of our Lawyer Mrs. Maria Lazaridou namely GDPR And Cookies: The Impact On Website Administrators’, was the most popular one for August 2019.

More precisely, more than 2,000 people all over the world have read the aforementioned two articles of our Law Firm on Mondaq. It is crucial the fact that our firm is membership on Mondaq since May 2019.

Mondaq, is one of the largest global advisory content suppliers, which annually publishes thousands of articles from over 80 countries around the world. More specifically, Mondaq is the leading online knowledge resource used by senior decision makers seeking insight from professional services firms.

At the end of every month, for each country, Mondaq analyses which contributing author firms were read the most by their registered business

Our law firm having competed against strong Cyprus challengers, has been awarded for six consecutive months (May – October 2019) as Mondaq’s “Contributor Most Reader Response” in Cyprus, while during the months August, September and December 2019 it has been awarded as Mondaq’s “Contributor Most Read” in Cyprus.

 

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