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Mamo TCV Newsletter - February 2021 

by Mamo TCV Advocates

Published: March, 2021

Submission: March, 2021

 



Corporate & Commercial


Recognition of UK Insolvency Proceedings in Malta Post-Brexit
Simon Pullicino comments on the impact of Brexit with respect to cross-border insolvency and the implications for the recognition and enforcement of UK proceedings in Malta and vice-versa.
Simon Pullicino   22/02/2021


Employment & Labour


Ex-employee of the St John Co-Cathedral Foundation awarded €23,000 in damages for unfair dismissal
Industrial Tribunal highlights the importance of taking timely action.
Christine Calleja   19/02/2021


Gaming & Betting


Maltese Privatisation Unit Issues Request for Proposals for a Concession to Open and Operate a Casino in Malta
Privatisation Unit issues RFP For New Casino Concession.
Andrea Thuema   19/02/2021


General


Mamo TCV Advocates presents donation to Malta Guide Dogs Foundation
Mamo TCV Advocates’ Managing Partner Dr Michael Psaila (on the right) presenting the donation to the Malta Guide Dogs Foundation’s Chairman Joseph Stafrace with his guide dog Toby.
Mamo TCV Advocates   05/02/2021


Chambers Global 2021 ranks Mamo TCV as a top-tier Maltese Law firm in General Business Law
Mamo TCV has once again been recognised as a leading Maltese firm in the newly updated Chambers Global.
Mamo TCV Advocates   23/02/2021


Investment Services & Funds


MFSA implements Fast-track Filing Procedure for Offering Documents of Collective Investment Schemes amended to comply with the Sustainable Finance Disclosure Regulations.
SFDR - Fast-track Filing Procedure for Offering Documents of Collective Investment Schemes.
Katya Tua   16/02/2021


Litigation & Dispute Resolution


The Court of Appeal on: Onus of Proof & Defects Liability Period
The Court of Appeal delivered a recent judgment wherein it held that documents which are not confirmed on oath are not to be discarded as evidence and that the expiry of a defects liability period does not exonerate a contractor from responsibility. Read more about this below.
Louise Sant Fournier   04/02/2021


Future judicial cooperation between the EU & UK: Assessing the implication of a “Hard Brexit” for judicial cooperation in civil and commercial matters.
Since the TCA agreed between the UK and EU dealt a hard Brexit with respect to judicial cooperation in civil and commercial matters, partner Simon Pullicino considers the impact this may have going forward on civil jurisdiction after Brexit and its implications for the rules on jurisdiction and the recognition and enforcement of judgements.
Simon Pullicino   08/02/2021


Legal Updates


Legal Update   04/02/2021
State Aid and the Pandemic: 10 Months On


Legal Update   25/02/2021
Annual Leave Provisions in the Organisation of Working Time Regulations Amended Once Again


 


 

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