Senior Associate

Kevin Cutajar

Kevin Cutajar

Kevin Cutajar is a Senior Associate at Mamo TCV Advocates.  He graduated Doctor of Laws from the University of Malta in 2006 after submitting a doctoral thesis entitled ‘An analysis of disability as taken from the legal perspective’.

Kevin was called to the Bar in January, 2007 and was an associate at GVTH Advocates and later on at Simon Tortell & Associates, until the latter merged with Mamo TCV Advocates in July 2016.

His present main areas of practice include litigation, banking and finance and employment and industrial relations. Other practice areas that he worked on earlier in his career were investment funds and tax planning.

Kevin also speaks four languages, i.e. Maltese, English, Italian and German.

Despite the fact that Kevin has been visually impaired since childhood, he showed and continues to show a particular passion to the legal profession and with the help of assistive technology, can perform all tasks entrusted to him.

Education

  • B.A. Hons in languages (2000, University of Malta)
  • B.A. Legal and Humanistic Studies (2003, University of Malta)
  • Doctor of Laws (2006, University of Malta)

Representative Experience

  • Member of the Maltese National Parliament 2019-2022
  • Member of the Local Council in his hometown of Xagħra between years 2007 and 2019
  • Active in associations representing the rights of persons with disability since year 2000
  • Numerous debt collection cases for different clients, using various innovative techniques
  • Trade agreements relating to the food business
  • Employment related matters concerning clients’ personnel

Memberships

  • Admitted to the Maltese Bar, Superior Courts of Malta (2007)

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Address

MAMO TCV Advocates
Palazzo Pietro Stiges
103, Strait Street
Valletta, VLT 1436
Malta

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Employment & Labour

Presentation on the new rights introduced by the Work-Life Balance Regulations in collaboration with 21 Malta

  Dr Christine Calleja and Dr Warren Ciantar, in collaboration with 21 Malta, delivered a one hour presentation on the new rights introduced by the Work-Life Balance for Parents and Carers Regulations, on Wednesday 20th July 2022. The main rights to be introduced by the Regulations will be paid paternal leave, partly paid parental leave and unpaid carer’s leave. These new rights will come into force on the 2nd August 2022, implementing the Work-Life Balance for parents and carers Directive.  For any questions relating to these new rights please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.
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Christine Calleja

The Work-Life Balance for Parents and Carers Regulations, 2022

Legal Notice 201 of 2022 has been published on the 13th July 2022 and will come into force on the 2nd August 2022. These regulations were enacted with the aim of transposing the EU Work-Life Balance Directive which was introduced and became part of EU law in August 2019. The main provisions of this legal notice are the following: 1. Regulation 4 introduces a paid 10-day paternity leave for fathers or equivalent second parents to be utilized at the moment of birth or adoption of their child. Moreover, as laid down in the same regulation, the right to paternity leave…
Christine Calleja

EU Work-Life Balance Directive (2019/1158) to be adopted soon

The Commission’s withdrawal of the Maternity Leave Directive which had not made any legislative progress since 2008, paved the way for an innovative and comprehensive outlook on tackling the lack of female representation in employment. Such approach centres around the Work-Life Balance Initiative which constitutes one of the outcomes of the European Pillar of Social Rights. Whilst considering the changes in society over the years, this initiative ensures a fairer division of responsibilities between males and females, with the aim of supporting working parents and carers. As part of the process of modernising the existing regulatory framework, the Work-Life Balance…
Christine Calleja
Court Rejects Moral Damages and Permanent Psychological Disability Claims
Kevin Cutajar
The importance of a correct notification in Court proceedings
Christine Calleja
Court of Appeal Confirms the Enforceability of a Post-termination of Employment Restrictive Clause