Oct
14

Mamo TCV Participates in Malta Law Students’ Society Seminar

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Joshua Chircop, an Associate in the firm's corporate and aviation practice groups, was invited to speak at the University of Malta by the Għaqda Studenti Tal-Liġi (GħSL) (Malta Law Students' Society). Dr Chircop joined fellow legal practitioners on a panel of speakers sharing their experiences as students and the early years of their profession. The speakers shared their memories of their first days as freshers, and what inspired them to choose the legal profession as a career. They also shared some useful tips and tricks of how one might handle the challenges of ...
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Sep
23

Mamo TCV Associate to Compete in the Prestigious René Cassin Concours

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Dr Mark Soler, an associate at Mamo TCV and current student at the College of Europe in Bruges, will be taking part in next year's European human rights moot court competition in honour of the French jurist René Cassin. Cassin served as President of the European Court of Human Rights, as vice-president of the French Conseil d'Etat and member of the French Conseil constitutionnel . He also worked on the draft project of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and in 1968 was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and the United Nations Prize in the Field of Human Rights. ...
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Aug
31

Mediation of Employment Disputes

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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 whic...
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Jul
06

Unfair Trading Practices Regulations in the Food Industry now in Force

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On 18 June 2021, the Unfair Trading Practices in the Food Supply Chain Regulations (Legal Notice 266 of 2021 and hereinafter the 'UTP Regulations'), transposing Directive 2019/633 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 17 April 2019 on unfair trading practices in business-to-business relationships in the agricultural and food supply chain, came into force. The UTP Regulations aim to combat practices that deviate from commercial conduct that is contrary to good faith and fair dealing and which are unilaterally imposed by one trading party onto another. Th...
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Jun
30

Data Transfers to the UK to Fall Under ‘White-Listing’ Regime

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On 28 th June 2021, the EU Commission published its adequacy decision concerning the United Kingdom. Consequently, any transfers of personal data from the EU/EEA to the UK will henceforth be considered as if they were intra-EU transfers. The EU Commission periodically issues such adequacy decisions with respect to third countries around the world after assessing such countries' data protection legislation and determining that it is of an equal standard to that of the GDPR. The UK's adequacy decision was issued in an expedited manner since the UK officially exited ...
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