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By GVZH Advocates, Ann Bugeja B.A., LL.M. (IMLI), LL.D., Jonathan De Maria
In the case of Joseph Saliba vs Imperial Hotel (Goldvest Company Limited), the facts of the case revolved around Mr Saliba.
By Karl Briffa
On the 9th of April 2019 the Immigration Status of British Citizens Resident in Malta on the Withdrawal Date of the United Kingdom from the European Union Regulations, 2019 ("Regulations") were published.
By Andrew Zammit, Kurt Hyzler
Malta provides a very attractive environment for technology-based businesses having a European marketing strategy.
By Michael Grech, Gayle Kimberley, Yasmine Aquilina
The European Parliament has ended a two-year legislative process by adopting the Directive on copyright in the Digital Single Market.
By Andrew Zammit, Gayle Kimberley, Luca Vella, Yasmine Aquilina
The first phase of the Malta Gaming Authority's (MGA) sandbox environment was launched on 1 January 2019, for the purpose of accepting virtual financial assets (‘VFA') and virtual tokens as valid consideration for the participation in licensed games.
By Karl Briffa, Ann Bugeja B.A., LL.M. (IMLI), LL.D., Francesca Hili, Cynthia Portelli, Danica Decesare
Giada Mifsud Calabro has been awarded damages amounting to €10,846 by the Industrial Tribunal after the Tribunal decided in favour of the employee in a case against Union Print Company Limited.
By Karl Briffa, Ann Bugeja B.A., LL.M. (IMLI), LL.D., Francesca Hili, Cynthia Portelli
The Court noted that this was a case of a summary dismissal and that such dismissal is not the norm and should only be used where there is grave misconduct.
By Andrew Zammit, Annabel Hili, Yasmine Aquilina, Francesca Hili
On the 18th of February, the Information and Data Protection Commissioner ("IDPC") imposed a €5,000 fine on the Lands Authority after having investigated a major data breach in November 2018.
By Joseph J. Vella, Karl Briffa
The Court of Appeal in its Inferior Jurisdiction overturned a decision taken by the Court of Magistrates and ordered the payment of a performance bonus owed by the Transport Authority in Malta
By Joseph J. Vella, Karl Briffa, Ann Bugeja B.A., LL.M. (IMLI), LL.D., Cynthia Portelli
A new Directive, known as the Work Life Balance Directive, has been proposed to repeal the existing Framework Agreement on Parental Leave, made binding by Council Directive 2010/18/EU.
By Andrew Zammit, Gayle Kimberley, Amanda Vella, Yasmine Aquilina
The Malta Gaming Authority has issued a new directive, The De Minimis Games Directive, Directive 3 of 2019 which aims to exempt small lotteries and/or raffles from the regulatory regime, which would otherwise be applicable.
By Andrew Zammit, Annabel Hili, Yasmine Aquilina
On the 25th May 2018, the same day on which the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") came into effect, complaints were filed against Google by two groups which advocate for privacy rights.
By Joseph J. Vella
In August of 2018, four Legal Notices were published making amendments to annual leave entitlement, itemised payslips, transfer of business legislation and temporary agency workers.
By Andrew Zammit
There are no official statistics issued by any Maltese authority in respect of merger and acquisition transaction or private equity transactions taking place in Malta or involving Maltese companies.
By Joseph J. Vella, Karl Briffa, Ann Bugeja B.A., LL.M. (IMLI), LL.D., Cynthia Portelli
On the 5th December 2018, the Industrial Tribunal, in the case of Christopher Zammit Dimech vs Cherry Limited relating to unfair dismissal, awarded €20,000 as compensation for unfair dismissal and €10,000 as compensation...
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