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Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Business Mediation – Why Opt for Mediation in Business

Business owners cannot afford continued contention, especially in highly competitive markets where effective communication is key.Whilst conflict cannot be avoided, it is an acknowledged fact that litigation provokes hostility. On the other hand, mediation fosters cooperation and respect. Traditionally, the process commonly resorted to for resolving conflict and disputes is litigation, which diverts attention and resources from achieving targeted commercial goals towards a lengthy and costly litigation process. Mediation provides a voluntary solution to this conundrum with the trend shifting away from court litigation to alternative methods of dispute resolution, including mediation, due to its clear advantages.Mediation can be resorted…
Litigation & Dispute Resolution

Mediation of Employment Disputes

Disputes involving employment, whether they are disputes between employers and employees or disputes between employees, are by their very nature highly sensitive and can possibly affect the image and reputation of companies.An employment dispute is traditionally referred to the courts of law or to the Industrial Tribunal where there is always an element of publicity involved and a losing party. Mediation is an alternative method of dispute resolution which presents numerous advantages compared to traditional solutions. Mediation is a voluntary process during which two or more people involved in a dispute meet together and seek to work out a solution…
MamoTCV Advocates
31st August 2021
News

Dr Jonathan Abela Fiorentino Certified as an Accredited Mediator by the London School of Mediation

Dr. Jonathan Abela Fiorentino, a Senior Associate in the Litigation and ADR team at Mamo TCV Advocates, recently successfully completed the London School of Mediations' International Accredited Civil and Commercial Mediation Training Course and was certified as Accredited Mediator in civil and commercial matters.With this certification, Jonathan is now competent to accept instructions as an Accredited Mediator, both domestically and internationally. Mediation is an ADR process whereby the participants themselves are the protagonists in seeking an amicable settlement of their dispute. This is rendered possible through the intervention and guidance of a neutral and impartial mediator who leads the participants…
MamoTCV Advocates
3rd March 2021
Legal Update

Mamo TCV delivers seminar on Dispute Resolution

Mamo TCV recently delivered a seminar and workshop on dispute resolution to law students at the University of Malta in collaboration with the Junior Chamber of Advocates. The seminar was led by senior associates Michael Camilleri, Jonathan Abela Fiorentino & Matthew Cutajar from the firm's litigation practice group. The seminar featured a discussion on the various forms of dispute settlement in Malta, which was then followed by a workshop where participating students were given the opportunity to obtain a hands-on experience and put theory into practice. Disclaimer This document does not purport to give legal, financial or tax advice. Should you require further information…
MamoTCV Advocates
20th February 2020
News

Getting the Deal Through: Dispute Resolution 2018

Following last year's participation in the online issue of "Dispute Resolution", an annual comparative law guide published by Getting the Deal Through, Mamo TCV was invited to contribute the Malta chapter to both the printed and online 2018 editions of this publication.Getting the Deal Through was the first legal series to present the concept of a "question and answer format", a particularly convenient way to compare how different jurisdictions regulate the same practice area. The guides are particularly useful for law firms, universities, regulators, and corporate counsel as a reliable introduction to various subject matters. The series now covers 109…
Joseph Camilleri
2nd October 2018
News

Getting the Deal Through: Dispute Resolution 2018

Following last year's participation in the online issue of "Dispute Resolution", an annual comparative law guide published by Getting the Deal Through, Mamo TCV was invited to contribute the Malta chapter to both the printed and online 2018 editions of this publication.Getting the Deal Through was the first legal series to present the concept of a "question and answer format", a particularly convenient way to compare how different jurisdictions regulate the same practice area. The guides are particularly useful for law firms, universities, regulators, and corporate counsel as a reliable introduction to various subject matters. The series now covers 109…
Joseph Camilleri
2nd October 2018