Richard Camilleri is a founding partner of the firm and has been described as a ‘corporate all rounder’. As counsel to various domestic and foreign clients, he has significant experience in a large variety of transactions including privatisations, share acquisitions, public offerings of debt and equity securities, real-estate and construction projects.

Richard also advises clients on competition law, intellectual property law and employment law. He also has significant experience in litigation and has represented clients in cases concerning a variety of matters including competition law, unfair competition law, intellectual property law and employment law.

Richard is a also a senior lecturer in the Faculty of Law of the University of Malta and has been lecturing since 1988.

Mamo TCV speakers at the Annual Consumer Law and Policy Conference

Mamo TCV speakers at the Annual Consumer Law and Policy Conference
This article was written by Dr Richard Camilleri and Dr Annalies Azzopardi.Two of our lawyers – partner Dr Richard Camilleri and senior associate Dr Annalies Azzopardi –gave a joint presentation entitled 'How does competition law contribute to consumer welfare?' at the Annual Consumer Law and Policy Conference.The Conference was held on World Consumers' Day, which falls on 15th March, and organised by the Chamber of Advocates, Malta together with the Department of Commercial Law at the University of Malta and the Malta Law Academy of the Chamber of Advocates.This ...
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Cartels: Enforcement, appeals and damages actions 2017

Cartels: Enforcement, appeals and damages actions 2017
This article was written by Dr. Richard Camilleri and Dr. Annalies Azzopardi.Mamo TCV has authored the Malta chapter in Global Legal Insights's Cartels: Enforcement, appeals and damages actions 2017. Cartels 2017 covers topics such as law and enforcement, investigative powers, cartel enforcement activity, decision-making procedures, leniency, settlement of cases, complaints, sanctions, and cross-border issues in 30 jurisdictions. Naturally, Cartels 2017 is not intended to act as a substitute for obtaining legal advice, which should be sought in relation to the rel...
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Mamo TCV Advocates Wins Mondaq Award

Mamo TCV Advocates Wins Mondaq Award

Mamo TCV has won the Top Communicator Award from Mondaq for the Most Popular Article in Malta for January 2017. The article that clinched the award, Agreement Regarding The Distribution Of LPG In Malta Held To Be In Breach Of The Competition Rules, was written by Dr. Annalies Azzopardi and Dr. Richard Camilleri.

To read more about the award, please visit Mondaq's website. (Contributor With Most Popular Article In Malta)

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The Consequences of Federation of Estate Agents vs Director General (Competition) et

The Consequences of Federation of Estate Agents vs Director General (Competition) et
This article was written by Dr Richard Camilleri and Dr Annalies Azzopardi.A number of press reports and articles have appeared recently in the Maltese media regarding the consequences of the Constitutional Court judgment in Federation of Estate Agents vs Director General (Competition) et (3 May 2016).This judgment held that certain provisions of the Competition Act breached the right to a fair hearing enshrined in the Constitution. You can read a summary of judgment in first instance here and a summary of the Constitutional Court judgment here.This document does ...
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Agreement Regarding the Distribution of LPG in Malta Held to be in Breach of the Competition Rules

Agreement Regarding the Distribution of LPG in Malta Held to be in Breach of the Competition Rules
This article was written by Dr Richard Camilleri and Dr Annalies Azzopardi.In a decision in the names Uffiċċju għall-Kompetizzjoni Ġusta v Korporazzjoni Enemalta et handed down on 4 October 2016, the Competition and Consumer Appeals Tribunal ("the Tribunal") found that the various gas distributors, the GRTU, an association which represented the said distributors, and Enemalta plc, then Enemalta Corporation ("Enemalta") had breached the competition rules by dividing Malta and Gozo into various 'territories' for the purpose of distributing LPG in cylinders. These va...
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