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Epsilaw: Digital Legal Know-How Tool on Cyprus Law

Epsilaw: Digital Legal Know-How Tool on Cyprus Law

The company Playbell & Co. Services Ltd has announced the launch of its website www.epsilaw.com, a digital legal know-how tool which provides instant practical know-how on any given matter of Cyprus law.

Epsilaw is designed to facilitate lawyers, law firms, in house legal counsel, corporate administrators, accountants, audit firms, financial services providers and other working professionals who systematically deal with matter of Cyprus law to address any given legal matter in a prompt and effective manner.

It works by codifying the skills and experiences of expert practitioners in a practical and accessible manner making it available for its users at any time. At current, features include practice memos with information on, inter alia, legal requirements, practical requirements, filings, timeframe, practitioner tips and pitfalls, indicative fees, step plans and templates of relevant documents.

“The site is in its very early stages and, at present, predominantly covers matters of corporate law, however, new content is added on a daily basis and we will continuously introduce expert authors, practice areas, topics, features and improvements until we succeed in the objective of becoming a fully comprehensive legal know-how tool invaluable to its users,” an official press release reads.

To access epsilaw, visit  www.epsilaw.com and register for free.


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