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Mamo TCV Advocates contributes to Chambers Insolvency 2019 Second Edition Guide

Mamo TCV lawyers Michael Psaila and Simon Pullicino have contributed the #Malta chapter in the Chambers Insolvency 2019 Second Edition Guide.This country-specific Q&A provides an overview of the legal framework regarding corporate insolvency law in Malta.Below, please find the link to the Malta chapter: https://practiceguides.chambers.com/practice-guides/insolvency-2019-second-edition/malta  Disclaimer 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 info@mamotcv.com
MamoTCV Advocates
29th November 2019
Legal Update

Legal Update: Unfair Trading Practices in the Food Industry

In April 2018, the European Commission issued a proposal for a Directive on unfair trading practices in business-to-business relationships in the food supply chain. The proposed Directive targets the imbalance of power in buyer-supplier relationships where the supplier is a small and medium-sized enterprise ('an SME') and the buyer is not.The EU's Special Committee on Agriculture supported the Commission's draft Directive. However, on the 1 October 2018, Members of the European Parliament that form part of the Agricultural Committee voted in favour of extending the protection afforded by the draft Directive to all producers and supplies, irrespective of whether they…
MamoTCV Advocates
24th October 2018
Legal Update

Legal Update: Unfair Trading Practices in the Food Industry

In April 2018, the European Commission issued a proposal for a Directive on unfair trading practices in business-to-business relationships in the food supply chain. The proposed Directive targets the imbalance of power in buyer-supplier relationships where the supplier is a small and medium-sized enterprise ('an SME') and the buyer is not.The EU's Special Committee on Agriculture supported the Commission's draft Directive. However, on the 1 October 2018, Members of the European Parliament that form part of the Agricultural Committee voted in favour of extending the protection afforded by the draft Directive to all producers and supplies, irrespective of whether they…
MamoTCV Advocates
24th October 2018
Legal Update

Constitutional Court Confirms that Only Courts Have the Power to Decide Cases of a Criminal Nature

On the 8 October 2018, the Constitutional Court handed down its decision in Thake et vs Electoral Commission et after the plaintiff political party filed a case arguing that the functions of the Electoral Commission ('the Commission') as an investigator and judicial authority with the power to impose substantial fines violates the right to a fair hearing because the Commission is not a court. The Court observed that despite the powers granted to the Commission to investigate and penalise a political party when it breaches the law, it remains subject to the scrutiny of the fundamental rights protected by the…
MamoTCV Advocates
18th October 2018
Legal Update

Constitutional Court Confirms that Only Courts Have the Power to Decide Cases of a Criminal Nature

On the 8 October 2018, the Constitutional Court handed down its decision in Thake et vs Electoral Commission et after the plaintiff political party filed a case arguing that the functions of the Electoral Commission ('the Commission') as an investigator and judicial authority with the power to impose substantial fines violates the right to a fair hearing because the Commission is not a court. The Court observed that despite the powers granted to the Commission to investigate and penalise a political party when it breaches the law, it remains subject to the scrutiny of the fundamental rights protected by the…
MamoTCV Advocates
18th October 2018