Dr Michael Psaila, Managing Partner of Mamo TCV Advocates, underlined the firm's commitment to the visually impaired and the Malta Guide Dogs Foundation (MGDF) in particular when he not only presented a donation but committed the firm to assisting the foundation in its legal affairs in the coming years.
It was the wish of the firm, which has a staff complement of over 70 people, to select the MGDF as one of the beneficiaries of their annual charity donation. The firm counts among its lawyers Dr Kevin Cutajar, MP, who is a board member of the MGDF.
The firm brings a heritage of over 40 years of legal advice to a wide base of local and international clients. Set up in 2000 following the merger of John Mamo & Associates and Tonna Camilleri Vassallo & Co, Mamo TCV is a top-tier full-service firm with an unparalleled depth and breadth of legal expertise in a number of practice areas including corporate & commercial, insolvency and restructuring, financial services, intellectual property, privacy & data protection, shipping and litigation.
MGDF chairman Joseph Stafrace briefed Dr Psaila on the foundation's history, dating back to 2006 when it was founded by the late Ron Colombo, and its achievements to date, including the provision of orientation and mobility training and guide dogs to the visually impaired. He thanked Dr Psaila for the firm's generosity and is looking forward to working with the firm when the need arises.