Mamo TCV has contributed the Malta chapter to the 2017 online issue of “Dispute Resolution”, a yearly comparative law guide published by Getting the Deal Through. Getting the Deal Through was the first legal publication series to present the concept of a “question and answer format”. This is a convenient way for law firms, universities, regulators, and corporate counsel at to have at their fingertips a reliable introduction to various subject matters, as regulated in different jurisdictions. The series now covers over 890 practice areas with analysis on more than 150 jurisdictions.
The firm’s contribution confirms Mamo TCV’s leading position in the field of Dispute Resolution. It boasts a strong litigation team, with four partners and 10 associates with experience in specialist subjects. This ensures that any dispute – from a property issue to a multi-million international business claim – can be addressed by litigators with a background in the field. In fact, the firm is engaged in various areas of practice in the litigation sphere covering civil and family law, general commercial law, insurance, public procurement, bank finance, environment and planning, ship and aircraft arrests, debt collection and employment law. The firm also has extensive experience in the sphere of mediation and arbitration.
The chapter about Dispute Resolution in Malta can be accessed by clicking on the link below. Anybody interested in obtaining further information is invited to contact Dr. Joseph Camilleri, Dr Franco Vassallo, Dr Stephen Muscat and Dr Frank B. Testa.
Reproduced with permission from Law Business Research Ltd. Getting the Deal Through: Dispute Resolution 2017, (published online in August 2017; contributing editor: Sophie Lamb, Latham & Watkins LLP) For further information please visit https://gettingthedealthrough.com/area/9/dispute-resolution-2017
This document does not purport to give legal, financial or tax advice. Should you require further information or legal assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Joseph Camilleri.