Marina Hadjisoteriou is a Partner and she heads the Limassol dispute resolution department of Michael Kyprianou & Co LLC, one of the largest law firms in Cyprus.
Her main areas of practice are asset recovery, cross-border commercial litigation, iternational Aarbitration and cross-border insolvency.
Marina has consistently been recommended by The Legal 500 EMEA as a ‘leading individual’ for dispute resolution in Cyprus.
She has also been recommended as an asset recovery specialist and as an insolvency specialist in Cyprus by Who’s Who Legal (WWL).
The directories describe Marina as "an outstanding disputes resolution lawyer". "She is fully engaged in the matter and very efficiently manages the most complex cases". Marina "has an eye for business and is adept at spotting the issues quickly and understanding the commercial realities for her clients. She is a strategist, with excellent legal abilities, a team player, very responsive and a pleasure to work with." She has also been praised for being "an excellent communicator and always on stand-by mode" and "proactive and knowledgeable".
She "handles complex disputes across multiple jurisdictions well", "crafts a legal case like a spider crafts his web" and "comprehends complex matters quickly and explains things well to clients".
She has significant experience of international high value, complex fraud and asset tracing cases involving world-wide freezing orders and disclosure orders. She is usually involved in parallel, multi-jurisdictional cases, mainly involving Russia, Ukraine and the CIS and also offshore jurisdictions such as the BVI.
She has successfully represented parties in disputes arising out of breaches of shareholder agreements, breach of fiduciary duties and professional negligence. She has also successfully filed and defended liquidation applications by creditors or by minority shareholders alleging oppression.
She is also vastly experienced in obtaining orders for the recognition of foreign court judgments and arbitral awards in Cyprus.
She has significant experience in all aspects of insolvency law and is frequently instructed to act for local or foreign office holders (liquidators, provisional liquidators, receivers and trustees in bankruptcy).
Her clients include multi-nationals, banks and high-net-worth individuals.
Marina holds a BSc in accounting and economics (first class honours) and she is a barrister-at-law of the Middle Temple. She is also a fellow (FCIArb) of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators.
She is a member of the Cyprus Bar Association and the International Bar Association. She is also one of the directors of the Cyprus Arbitration Forum (CAF) and a member of the executive committee of the Russian and CIS Arbitration Network (RCAN)
She is often invited to speak at international conferences.