Senior Associate

Veronica Grixti

Veronica Grixti

Veronica graduated as a Doctor of Laws from the University of Malta in 2004 after submitting a doctoral thesis entitled “The Rights of Third Party Beneficiaries under Contract: A Historical Review in the light of Recent Developments”. In 2005, she furthered her studies at the University of Malta in European law, where she obtained a Masters of Law degree in Magister Juris [European & Comparative Law]. Her dissertation for the partial fulfillment of her specialization focused on the cross-border measures taken vis-à-vis goods infringing intellectual property laws. Veronica was called to the Bar in January, 2005.

Veronica’s main areas of practice include certain aspects of insurance, inheritance, general commercial, corporate and property law. She has also been actively involved in handling claims before the Office for Financial Services (OAFS).

Education

  • B.A. Legal and Humanistic Studies (2001, University of Malta)
  • Diploma of Notary Public (2002, University of Malta)
  • Doctor of Laws Degree – LL.D. (2004, University of Malta)
  • Masters of Law Degree: Magister Juris [European & Comparative Law] (2005, University of Malta)

Representative Experience

  • Handled a series of property transactions for a leading insurance company, other companies and for individuals, including the drafting of the promise of sale of property agreements and lease agreements and negotiating same
  • Advised different insurance companies in relation to life insurance policies and professional indemnity insurance claims
  • Formed part of a team for the portfolio transfer of a long-term insurance business to a leading Maltese insurance company
  • Formed part of a team assisting in the restructuring of a group of companies of a substantial value
  • Acted as company secretarial to many companies registered in Malta, attendance at board meetings and shareholder’s meetings and taking of minutes, advised the said companies on different legal and regulatory aspects
  • Handling of claims before the Office of the Arbiter for Financial Services (OAFS)
  • Handling of disputes in relation to life insurance policies

Memberships

  • Admitted to the Maltese Bar, Superior Courts of Malta (2005)
  • Malta Chamber of Advocates
  • Institute of Financial Services Practitioners
  • International Bar Association

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Address

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

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