is a partner at the firm and focuses on public law, administrative law, data protection law, constitutional law and legislation drafting. She has extensive experience before the Supreme Court of Cyprus, at both first and second instance. She has grown her expertise in the field of public procurement law and has brought a great number of cases to the Tenders Review Authority (TRA), acting on behalf of some of the largest construction companies of the island, and international and local pharmaceutical/medical equipment companies and IT companies. Alexia has also defended semi-governmental organisations such as the Cyprus Ports Authority and the Limassol Sewerage Board in cases before the TRA. Her public procurement law expertise extends to reviewing and drafting tender documents on behalf of contracting authorities, as well as advising in the early stages of tender submission and evaluation.
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