Richard Camilleri is a founding partner of the firm and has been described as a ‘corporate all rounder’. As counsel to various domestic and foreign clients, he has significant experience in a large variety of transactions including privatisations, share acquisitions, public offerings of debt and equity securities, real-estate and construction projects.

Richard also advises clients on competition law, intellectual property law and employment law. He also has significant experience in litigation and has represented clients in cases concerning a variety of matters including competition law, unfair competition law, intellectual property law and employment law.

Richard is a also a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Law of the University of Malta and has been lecturing since 1988.

Constitutional Appeal on the Protection of Human Rights in Competition Proceedings.

Constitutional Appeal on the Protection of Human Rights in Competition Proceedings.
This article was written by Dr Richard Camilleri and Dr Annalies Azzopardi.MAMO TCV OBTAINS FAVOURABLE DECISION FOR RESPONDENT IN CONSTITUTIONAL APPEAL REGARDING THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN COMPETITION PROCEEDINGS In a judgment dated 3 May 2016, in the names Federation of Estate Agents v Director General (Competition) et (Constitutional application number 87/2013/2), the Constitutional Court confirmed that the competition procedures currently envisaged by the Competition Act (Cap. 379 of the laws of Malta) in the case of a breach of the competition rules vio...
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The Protection Of Human Rights In Competition Proceedings

The Protection Of Human Rights In Competition Proceedings
This article was written by Dr Richard Camilleri and Dr Annalies Azzopardi.MAMO TCV REPRESENTS APPLICANT IN LANDMARK CONSTITUTIONAL CASE REGARDING THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS IN COMPETITION PROCEEDINGSIn a judgment handed down on 21 April 2015 in the names Federation of Estate Agents vs Direttur Ġenerali (Kompetizzjoni) et (application number 87/2013), the First Hall, Civil Court in its constitutional jurisdiction held that the procedures currently envisaged by the Competition Act (Cap. 379 of the laws of Malta) in the case of a breach of the competition rules ...
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