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Dispute Resolution in International Construction Contracts


Agis Chr. Georgiades

Agis Georgiades is an advocate, barrister, arbitrator and mediator. He is a member of the Bars of Cyprus, England and Wales, and a registered practitioner in the DIFC Courts. He is based in Nicosia and is a Partner and Head of International Disputes at CGA, focusing on complex international dispute resolution, including arbitration and litigation before local and international tribunals, in Cyprus and abroad. As counsel, he has had a broad commercial and international practice since 2005. Agis has argued international commercial, construction, corporate (including corporate fraud), energy, IP and investment cases before arbitral tribunals and courts. He has extensive experience in interim injunctions and other emergency proceedings of all types. He also appears frequently before the Tenders Review Authority in relation to large procurement projects. Agis is listed as arbitrator by several institutions, including DIAC, CAMC, BVI IAC, CAfA, ArbCEE, JCAA, RAA, CLF, UAA, HKIAC and SCCA; and is also listed for Bilateral Disputes in relation to EU’s Trade Agreements with Third Countries. As arbitrator, he has wide experience in commercial, construction and corporate disputes. Agis is a Member of LCIA Court, an Ambassador of VIAC, a Fellow of the CIArb, and an Accredited Mediator. He is a member of the board of directors of CAF and the founder and co-chair of CAD. He was a member of the Cyprus Supreme Court’s CPR Revision Committee and is an advocate member of the Cyprus CPR Standing Committee. Agis holds a law degree from the University of Leeds, an LLM from LSE, a Postgraduate Diploma on International Mediation and Construction Arbitration from Queen Mary College, a Diploma in Negotiations from the Athens University of Economics and Business and has completed the ICC/CIArb Advanced Arbitration Academy. He has published on arbitration, mediation, civil procedure, international law and law of evidence. He is Adjunct Faculty at the University of Nicosia, where he lectures on the Law of Evidence.

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