Sep
18

Judicial Sale by Auction – M/V LEONIDAS K

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​ The cargo vessel Leonidas K will be auctioned by court order in Malta, at the request of Piraeus Bank A.E, on the 8 th of October 2018. For further information kindly contact Dr Nicholas Valenzia or Dr Denise Abela on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 00356 2540 3000. M/V Leonidas K IMO: 9467782 Flag: Malta Type of vessel: Steel General Cargo Year of Construction: 2007 Length (LOA): 76 metres Gross tonnage: 1971 tons Net tonnage: 1271 tons Combined power: 1323 kW Terms: In accordance with acts of proceeds Dr Nicholas Valenzia noe vs. M/V Leonidas K [Ref. Nr. 14/2018] At t...
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Sep
14

Cross-Border Mergers in Malta post-Brexit

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Dr Maria Formosa Bonello and Dr Annalies Muscat have written an article for Thomson Reuters' Practical Law series on Brexit entitled 'Cross-border mergers after Brexit with Malta'.The article discusses the possibilities and procedures applicable to UK companies wishing to merge with Maltese companies after Brexit. ' The article can be accessed here (or by clicking below)' Download PDF Disclaimer This document does not purport to give legal, financial or tax advice. Should you require further information or legal assistance, please do not hesitate to contact Dr. Ma...
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Sep
10

Mamo TCV Advocates Delivers GDPR Presentation to Medical Practitioners

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Dr. Claude Micallef-Grimaud, a senior associate at Mamo TCV Advocates, recently delivered a presentation to members of the Mediterranean Institute of Primary Care regarding the implications of the GDPR for medical professionals. The topics ranged from general data protection obligations imposed on all data controllers to specific obligations and requirements relevant to medical practitioners, particularly those specialised in occupational medicine. The talk also highlighted some exemptions and/or special circumstances that apply to certain medical practitioners (f...
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Sep
08

Copyright and Freely Accessible Photos: The Implications for Website Operators and Social Media Users

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Early last month the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) ruled that the reproduction of a photo on a website, not being the website through which the rightholder initially made that photo available to the public, constitutes a new communication to the public for the purpose of determining a copyright infringement claim. The Facts:- In case C-161/17, [1] Mr Renckhoff brought proceedings before the Courts of Hamburg against the local authorities having the direct supervision of a secondary school. Mr Renckhoff was a photographer by profession and in 2009 i...
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Sep
03

The Uniformity of ‘Energy Labels’ under EU Law

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  The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has recently delivered a judgment on a preliminary reference relating to the labelling of energy-consuming products, or 'energy labels'. In case c-632/16 the Commercial Court of Antwerp, in Belgium, was faced with the following problem.  [1] [1] The Facts :- Dyson, the applicant, is a Belgian company that markets vacuum cleaners that are not fitted with a dust bag. BSH, the respondent, is a Dutch company that markets conventional vacuum cleaners, under the trade marks Siemens and Bosch, that are fitted ...
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