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The Malta Start-Up Residence Programme

In conjunction with Malta Enterprise, Residency Malta Agency has launched a new residence programme for beneficiaries under the Malta Start-Up Residence Programme. Similar to the Nomad Residence Permit , the Malta Start-Up Residence Programme seeks to attract business-driven individuals to set up their new business venture in Malta. To be eligible to submit an application under this programme, applicants must fulfil the below Eligibility Criteria: - Have attained 18 years of age - Have a concrete intention to develop and/or expand their business in Malta - Be the founder or co-founder of an enterprise which has been registered for no…
Julian Fenech Adami
22nd November 2022
Mamo TCV launches Start-up Toolkit
Investment Services & FundsNews

Mamo TCV Launches Start-Up Toolkit

We are pleased to launch the Mamo TCV Start-Up Toolkit. Our start-up toolkit is a bundle of legal, corporate and regulatory services designed as a starter pack for entrepreneurs wishing to set up a business in Malta. Through the Toolkit, we aim to lower the barriers to entry for start-ups by providing key documentation required at company formation stage and guidance on how to fulfil their obligations to be in a position to launch their commercial proposition. Click here to visit our dedicated Start-Up Toolkit page. Should you wish to set up a meeting please contact us at
Mamo TCV Advocates
10th October 2022
Mamo TCV has once again participated in the Malta Aviation Conference & Expo held at the Hilton, Portomaso between the 5th and 6th October, 2022

Dr Nicholas Valenzia Moderates Finance Panel at MACE

Dr Nicholas Valenzia, head of the Aviation Practice Area at the firm, has moderated a panel focusing on the Finance and Legal aspects of Aviation, featuring Alexandra Asche, Sales Director, from Global Jet Capital and Khader Mattar, CEO, from IC Group. The firm has once again participated in the Malta Aviation Conference & Expo (MACE) held at the Hilton, Portomaso between the 5th and 6th October, 2022. Dr Nicholas Valenzia, Dr Ingrid Fenech and Dr Joshua Chircop , lawyers from within our Aviation Practice Area have been present at MACE over the two days. Please feel free to get in…
Mamo TCV Advocates
6th October 2022
Employment and Industrial Relations

The importance of disciplinary proceedings prior to dismissal

In a decision delivered on the 23rd of March 2022, case number 3833/CC, the Industrial Tribunal emphasised the importance of disciplinary proceedings in termination of employment cases. The employee had been dismissed on the spot following an argument with one of the company's directors. The Tribunal stated that in cases where the accusations against the employee will lead to the termination of employment, the principle of 'audi alteram parte' should always be respected and that thereby the employee should be given an opportunity to defend his position. There may be cases where an immediate dismissal, without there being any proceedings,…
Christine Calleja
24th March 2022
Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Landmark Decision on Jactitation Suits

Jactitation suits are a long established remedy found under Maltese procedural law intended to limit one's ability to indefinitely vaunt claims without basis. This type of suit allows any person, whether natural or legal, that has had any form of right vaunted against him in written form to request the court to order the third party claimant to either bring the claim in trial within a period not exceeding three months or be forever precluded from proceeding with such a claim in the future. The remedy is a relatively simple one and while rarely used, due to its practical implications…
Kirk Brincau
27th January 2022