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Gaming & Betting

Malta Gaming Authority Announces Major Overhaul Of Maltese Gaming Law

This article was written by Dr. Michael Psaila and Dr. Andrea Theuma.The Malta Gaming Authority ('MGA') has just published a new consultation paper proposing major reforms to Malta's current gaming legal framework. The proposed overhaul aims to repeal all the existing gaming legislation currently in force by replacing the latter with a singular primary Act of Parliament entitled the Gaming Act, which will empower the competent Minister to publish regulations and grant powers to the MGA to publish directives and issue rulings as well as guidelines and policies, thereby ensuring timely and flexible interventions, especially in relation to technical specifications…
Michael Psaila
17th July 2017
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Antitrust, Competition and Trade

Mamo TCV speakers at the Annual Consumer Law and Policy Conference

This article was written by Dr Richard Camilleri and Dr Annalies Azzopardi.Two of our lawyers – partner Dr Richard Camilleri and senior associate Dr Annalies Azzopardi –gave a joint presentation entitled 'How does competition law contribute to consumer welfare?' at the Annual Consumer Law and Policy Conference.The Conference was held on World Consumers' Day, which falls on 15th March, and organised by the Chamber of Advocates, Malta together with the Department of Commercial Law at the University of Malta and the Malta Law Academy of the Chamber of Advocates.This year, the conference was attended by representatives from the European Commission.…
Richard Camilleri
4th July 2017
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Employment and Industrial Relations

New Leave Entitlement: Medically Assisted Procreation in Malta

On the 30th May 2017, new Regulations came into force – Leave for Medically Assisted Procreation National Standard Order (S.L. 452.114).The Regulations grant a period of paid leave to employees who undergo the process of medically assisted procreation. The prospective parents shall be entitled to 100 hours of leave with full pay between them, which leave is to be paid by the employer. The entitlement to one hundred hours of leave for medically assisted procreation with full pay shall be granted for every process of medically assisted procreation, up to a maximum of three processes. The 'receiving person' shall be…
Christine Calleja
22nd June 2017
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GDPR Resources WP

Data Protection Opinions & Guidelines  Guidelines on Certification and Identifying Certification CriteriaAdopted on 23 January 2019 Guidelines on Codes of Conduct and Monitoring BodiesAdopted on 12 February 2019 Guidelines on the processing of personal data under Article 6(1)(b) GDPR context of provision of online services to data subjectsAdopted on 8 October 2019 Guidelines on the Territorial Scope of the GDPR Adopted on 12 November 2019 Guidelines on Data Protection by Design and by DefaultAdopted on 13 November 2019 Guidelines on Processing Personal Data in the Context of Connected Vehicle and Mobility Related ApplicationsAdopted on 28 January (version for public consultation)…
MTCV ADMIN
14th June 2017
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Nick Valenzia participates in Lifecycle Challenge

Our very own Nick Valenzia will be participating in this year's Life Cycle Challenge. The Life Cycle Organisation has for the past 19 years been exclusively assisting and supporting patients suffering from renal failure and complications. Life Cycle is a cause which is very dear to Nick's heart as he completed the Challenge in 2009. In 2009 he had crossed from Istanbul to Syria passing though territories which today have been unfortunately ravaged by conflict. This year's challenge will see the cyclists cross from Nairobi (Kenya) to Dar El Salam (Tanzania).You can support the Life Cycle Organisation by making a donation…
MamoTCV Advocates
1st June 2017
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NewsTelecoms, Media & Technology

Mamo TCV Advocates launches GDPR Microsite (www.gdprmalta.com)

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​On ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​25 May 2018, the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will repeal and replace the main data protection laws of all Member States, including Malta. Maltese organisations have less than a year to prepare for the many new, and in some cases, onerous obligations introduced by the GDPR. We have recently launched our GDPR microsite (www.gdprmalta.com) that provides easy to read information and resources about the new EU Regulation. Download our free GDPR Guidelines, subscribe to our GDPR mailing list and get in touch with our data protection experts (dataprotection@mamotcv.com) to learn more!The GDPR at a glance:✓ Fines up to ​​​€20,000,000 or…