Giles Xuereb is an associate with the Firm's Shipping and Aviation Department as well as the Corporate Department of the firm. He mainly focuses on these spheres of law as well as general commercial practice, and services a number of local and international clientele.

Giles is also involved in asset financing and securitisation transactions in relation to vessels and aircraft and other commercial matters and catering to the corporate needs of legal entities.

Giles is also part of the internal Blockchain Committee at the Firm which handles all legal matters related to cryptocurrency, Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and distributed ledger technology projects.
Jonathan Tonna is an associate in MamoTCV’s Intellectual Property Department. He has practiced for close to 5 years under the guidance of the IP team, first as a young trainee, then as a fully-fledged associate. During his time at the firm, Jonathan has advised and assisted clients on various IP matters. His experience ranges across every major IP field. He has helped young innovators and entrepeneurs further their business aspirations with sound IP strategy. He assisted artists, performers and other members of the creative industry safeguard their copyright and related rights, and has conducted trademark prosecution at the behest of some of the largest international brands.

Jonathan is also a member of the firm’s Litigation team, and handles a variety of IP-related claims, including the disposal of infringing merchandise that regularly passes through Maltese Customs, proceedings for the protection or invalidation of potentially conflicting trademarks and the protection of copyright and related rights.
Joe Borg Bartolo is a partner in the corporate, insurance and general commercial practice group of the firm. As counsel to leading insurance companies and insurance brokers operating both in the Maltese and European markets he has gained invaluable experience in the insurance field generally. He is involved in several immovable property transactions on a continuous basis, mainly in the commercial property sector.

With a wide array of commercial clients he is mostly well known for blending legal knowledge and advice with practical commercial experience and expedience necessary in order to get the deal done. He is also very experienced in dispute resolution and has acted in a number of instances to resolve issues without the necesity of allowing the matter to be contested in judicial fora.
Since 2003, Joseph Camilleri has worked in the Litigation and Alternative Dispute Resolution department of the firm on assignments encompassing several aspects of civil and commercial litigation, including bank finance, real estate and asset recovery in the shipping and aviation industries.

Joseph also works in the administrative law sector, particularly in the fields of public procurement, private-public partnerships and planning law. In this regard he regularly assists Government entities in legal issues relating to the drafting of tender documents and in the evaluation of tenders, as well as in the implementation of contracts following awards. He also regularly represents clients – hailing both from the public and private sectors – in proceedings before the Public Procurement Review Board and in appeals before the Superior Courts.

In the field of planning law, Joseph has represented several clients in the private sector in planning appeals and has also worked closely with architects and architecture firms on projects requiring permits and authorisations.

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