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By Sarah Rausi
In most family owned businesses there will come a time when the owner, in many instances the parent founder, will have to sit down and plan for the future of the company in his or her absence.
By Ann Fenech
The term 'Maritime Malta' perfectly describes Malta – a country which has always had close connections with the sea and maritime sector.
By Ann Fenech
The latest article by Managing Partner Dr. Ann Fenech was published in the 2017 edition of Euromoney's Expert Guides – International Trade and Shipping. Article can be viewed by clicking here.
By Fenech & Fenech Advocates
Following the publication of the Fantasy Sports (Exemption) Regulations, the Malta Gaming Authority has established its intention to introduce legislation in order for certain skill games to be regulated.
By Fenech & Fenech Advocates
As from the 1st August, 2016, fantasy sports has been deemed to be an activity which is exempt from the requirement to obtain a remote gaming licence in Malta.
By Fenech & Fenech Advocates
By way of general background, the right to a fair hearing is entrenched in the Laws of Malta by means of the Constitution and the European Convention Act (Chapter 319) which transposes the European Convention on Human Rights.
By Alison Vassallo
The following interview with Dr. Alison Vassallo was recently published in the Commercial Courier.
By Adrian Attard
The following article by Dr. Adrian Attard, Senior Associate, was published in the latest edition of the ILO Shipping & Transport newsletter.
By Rosanne Bonnici
Our tax partner Dr. Rosanne Bonnici contributed to an article penned by Claire Coe Smith entitled "New EU Succession Regulation sends UHNW residency work to Malta" which was published in the latest edition of Citywealth e-magazine.
By Ann Fenech
The following article by our Managing Partner Dr. Ann Fenech was published in the 2016 edition of the Malta Maritime Directory.
By Paul Gonzi
On the 14 April 2016, the day on which the European Parliament adopted the new Data Protection Regulation, the European Parliament also voted in favour of the introduction of new EU Directive on the protection of trade secrets.
By Rosanne Bonnici
Professor Edward Scicluna, the Minister responsible for Finance, delivered the 2015 Budget Speech on the 12th October 2015.
By Daniel Buttigieg
A landmark judgement was delivered last month by the European Court of Human Rights, a judgement which is bound to change the interpretation of our municipal rent laws.
By Monica Galea John
It is an undisputed fact that money laundering is a major hindrance to a stable EU market. Money laundering distorts economies by allowing the corrupt to legitimise the illegal.
By Thomas Bugeja
Without a doubt, society in Malta has in the past decades, slowly and gradually changed into a more diverse and multicultural one.
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