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By Dr Christine Sammut
When a company finds itself in financial hardship, and the interested parties, such as the shareholders, the directors, or even the creditors, of the company wish to safeguard the interests of the company...
By Jean-Pie Gauci-Maistre
The Malta Ship Registry's policy has long been "quality shipping and ensuring that ships with a poor detention or safety and marine pollution record do not operate under the Malta flag".
By Dr Christine Sammut, Daniel Inguanez
To call it 'intellectual' is misleading. It takes one's eye off the ball. 'Intellectual' confers a respectability on a monopoly which may well not be deserved.
By Dr Christine Sammut
A registered trade mark, whether nationally, as a European Union trade mark or under an international registration, generally enjoys protection from misuse by other individuals...
By Dr. Roberta Farrugia Galea
In light of an opposition procedure under Article 8 of the European Union Trade Mark Regulation, one must assess the similarity between marks to establish the possibility of finding...
By Dr. Roberta Farrugia Galea
The European Union ('EU') has attempted to establish a unitary regime to provide for a single filing system for trade mark registration through the inception of the Community Trade Mark Regulation...
By Jean-Pie Gauci-Maistre, Christos Efthymiopoulos
On 26 May 2016 the Malta Financial Services Authority ('MFSA') published a circular, thus putting flesh on the bones of its intention to consolidate and reduce the number of fund frameworks...
By Christos Efthymiopoulos, Dr Christine Sammut
The budget speech was delivered by Professor Edward Scicluna, Minister of Finance, on the 17th October 2017 with the title of ‘Malta: Wealth to reach Everyone'.
By Christos Efthymiopoulos, Jean-Pie Gauci-Maistre
Even though the EU's Fourth Anti-Money Laundering Directive (EU 849/2015) ‘on the prevention of the use of the financial system for the purposes of money laundering or terrorist financing' has only recently hatched from its legislative egg, . . .
By Dr Christine Sammut
On 10/6/16, the ECJ decided that the Safe Harbor Agreement was no longer adequate to counter the advancements in privacy and data protection.
By Christos Efthymiopoulos, Jean-Pie Gauci-Maistre
Under the novel regime, the Notified AIFs may be established as either closed-ended or open-ended and can avail themselves of any legal structure from the wide spectrum already in place, ..
By Jean-Pie Gauci-Maistre, Despina Xinou
Ιt is not only the amount of times the tides have turned, it is also the speed at which they changed that has had many of us in the industry scrambling to provide solutions for Greek stakeholders.
By Jean-Pie Gauci-Maistre, Christos Efthymiopoulos
The 2016 Budget which was announced last week was a historic one as it was the first to be presented in the new House of Representatives by Malta's Finance Minister, Professor Edward Scicluna.
By Jean-Pie Gauci-Maistre, Despina Xinou
The first budget to be completely drafted by Malta’s new government was presented to parliament by Malta’s Finance Minister, Prof Edward Scicluna.
By John Gauci-Maistre
Income tax cuts, as originally promised during the Nationalist Party's electoral manifesto, were announced as were further renewable energy incentives.