Christina Scicluna is a Senior Associate in the Corporate Department. Christina started her legal career with one of the Big Four firms in the personal tax department specialising in personal tax compliance and personal tax advisory services including advising High Net Worth Individuals on matters relating to taxation and immigration.
Christina advises a variety of multinational clients on international corporate structures, including the setting up of corporate structures in Malta for both local and foreign investment and mergers and acquisitions.
Christina is also part of the internal Blockchain Committee at the Firm which handles all legal matters related to cryptocurrency, Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and distributed ledger technology projects.
Claude Micallef Grimaud is a Senior Associate at Mamo TCV Advocates having first joined the firm in June 2008. His main area of practice includes advising and acting as counsel for foreign and local clients in all intellectual property matters (particularly Copyright cases, Anti-Counterfeiting actions and Trademark issues) including litigation, contract negotiation and drafting, registration procedures and licensing/franchising matters.
Claude also acts as lead counsel in all matters relating to privacy and data protection and represents numerous international (and local) entities in such matters.
Claude’s other specialist areas include all matters relating to Media law, Information Technology law, EU law, Contract law and Tort law the latter being a subject he also lectures at the University of Malta. Claude has published a number of academic articles both locally as well as abroad. Claude is also an examiner and supervisor of Doctor of Laws theses and Research Projects at the University of Malta.
Claude also acts as counsel for clients in general civil and commercial matters.
Simon Pullicino is a Senior Associate within the firm’s Corporate Finance & Insolvency Group, having joined Mamo TCV Advocates in 2009. His main practice areas include asset management & securities, banking & corporate finance, insolvency and debt restructuring, corporate rescue, mergers & acquisitions, commercial litigation and general commercial law.
Simon advises clients on all aspects of commercial and financing transactions, corporate governance, liquidations & debt restrucuting, regulatory and compliance issues. He has gained extensive experience in the field of corporate insolvency and corporate rescue, having being involved in a number of corporate liquidations, both voluntary and contentious proceedings litigated before the Maltese Courts.
Simon has also represented clients before the Maltese Superior Courts and in arbitration proceedings in a number of commercial litigation disputes with a particular focus on minority shareholder protection.
He has participated as a contributory author in a number of European wide legal publications, most recently contributing to the “Merger Control – Jurisdictional Comparisons” European Lawyer Reference (2nd Edition, 2014). Simon is currently participating as a National Reporter in the European Commission’s “Study on a new approach to business failure and insolvency”.
He also lectures at the University of Malta on the subject of corporate insolvency and winding up for students of the M.A Financial Services degree.
Giles Xuereb is an associate with the Firm's Shipping and Aviation Department as well as the Corporate Department of the firm. He mainly focuses on these spheres of law as well as general commercial practice, and services a number of local and international clientele.
Giles is also involved in asset financing and securitisation transactions in relation to vessels and aircraft and other commercial matters and catering to the corporate needs of legal entities.
Giles is also part of the internal Blockchain Committee at the Firm which handles all legal matters related to cryptocurrency, Initial Coin Offerings (ICOs) and distributed ledger technology projects.
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.