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Laura Spiteri

Laura Spiteri



  • Competition Law and Corporate & Commercial

WSG Practice Industries


WSG Leadership

Antitrust Group
Intellectual Property Group
Mergers & Acquisitions Group

Laura Spiteri joined the firm as a trainee in 2015 and gained experience in Maritime law, Corporate law, and Intellectual Property. She graduated from the University of Malta in 2017, after having successfully submitted a doctoral thesis entitled Counterfeiting: A Legal Analysis . She then went on to complete a Master's Degree from the University of Cambridge, with focus on intellectual property, competition law, and data protection.

Following the completion of her postgraduate degree, Laura joined the Competition Law department as a associate.

Bar Admissions


    • Bachelor of Laws (LL.B.) with European Studies (2014, University of Malta)
    • Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) (2017, University of Malta)
    • Master of Law (LL.M.) with a specialisation in intellectual property law (2018, University of Cambridge)
    Areas of Practice

    Competition Law and Corporate & Commercial

    Professional Career

    Significant Accomplishments

    Professional Associations


    Navigating the New Regulatory Landscape for Company Service Providers – Part 2
    Mamo TCV Advocates, May 2021

    In this second instalment of our series 'Navigating the new regulatory landscape for Company Service Providers', we take a closer look at the application process for CSPs seeking regulatory authorisation, the appointment of key office holders and applicable exemptions to the new regime. Part 1 of this series can be accessed here...

    Navigating the New Regulatory Landscape for Company Service Providers – Part 1
    Mamo TCV Advocates, May 2021

    Following the entry into force of the Company Service Providers (Amendment) Act 2020 (the "Amendments") on 16 March, 2021 a number of significant amendments have been introduced to the local regulatory framework governing the provision of company services. The most notable amendments consist of the removal of previous exemptions available to warranted professionals and the end of the de minimis rule...

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