Antoine Camilleri is a partner in the intellectual property practice group of the firm. His experience includes taking care of patent, trademark and unfair competition law issues for the clients of the firm. Antoine has experience in trademark enforcement, opposition and cancellation proceedings, trademark clearance, investigation, prosecution and management of domestic and international trademark portfolios. He represents multinational companies to individual inventors in a wide variety of industries including information technology, alternative energy, consumer products, financial services, sports and fashion goods, pharmaceutical products (including generics), medical devices, electrical equipment, food and beverage, and tobacco products.
Antoine has represented a substantial number of multinational companies in anti-counterfeiting matters in collaboration with the Maltese Customs authorities, in particular in Customs cross-border measures and related Court litigation.
He is also the lead person within the firm in matters dealing with media law, information technology law and telecommunications law.
Antoine has acted as (part-time) lecturer at the University of Malta in the Master of Laws (Magister Juris) in European & Comparative Law course (since 2003) and in the Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) course (since 2010), in both cases lecturing on intellectual property law. Antoine is also an examiner and supervisor of Doctor of Laws theses and Research Projects at the University of Malta.
Joe Borg Bartolo is a partner in the corporate, insurance and general commercial practice group of the firm. As counsel to leading insurance companies and insurance brokers operating both in the Maltese and European markets he has gained invaluable experience in the insurance field generally. He is involved in several immovable property transactions on a continuous basis, mainly in the commercial property sector.
With a wide array of commercial clients he is mostly well known for blending legal knowledge and advice with practical commercial experience and expedience necessary in order to get the deal done. He is also very experienced in dispute resolution and has acted in a number of instances to resolve issues without the necesity of allowing the matter to be contested in judicial fora.
David Tonna is a founding Partner at Mamo TCV Advocates. His key practice areas include Corporate Law and M&A, Financial Services, Admiralty and Maritime, Aviation, Intellectual Property and Anti-Counterfeiting, Industry Sectors, Real Estate, Gaming Industry, Immigration & Citizenship. David was admitted to the Maltese BAR in 1982. He opened his own firm Tonna Camilleri Vassallo & Co 1989-2000.
Following the merger of the law firms John Mamo & Associates and Tonna Camilleri Vassallo & Co. in October 2000, David became a Managing Partner of Mamo TCV Advocates and is now Partner in charge of Business Development and International relations of the Firm.
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.