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Study On The Enforcement Of State Aid By National Courts – Malta Contribution
Clement Mifsud-Bonnici of GANADO Advocates has contributed to a pan-European study on the enforcement of State aid by national courts.
Malta
6 Aug 2019
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The Obligation Of Member States To Notify Measures Transposing Directives Into National Law To The European Commission
In the case at hand, Member States were expected to transpose the Directive by the 1 January 2016 and to notify the Commission accordingly.
Malta
24 Jul 2019
3
Brexit Considerations For UK Licenced Investment Funds, Asset Managers And Investment Firms Passporting Into Malta
TPR will not cover new investors/clients on-boarded after 31 September 2019.
Malta
18 Jul 2019
4
Amendments To The Consumer Affairs Act – New Procedural Safeguards For Traders In Public Enforcement Proceedings
On the 31 May 2019, Parliament enacted the Competition Act and Consumer Affairs Act and other Laws (Amendment) Act ("the Amendment Act").
Malta
17 Jul 2019
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Mandatory Enrolment Or Listing Of All Voluntary Organisations In Malta
Recent amendments to the Voluntary Organisations Act in Malta have introduced new provisions requiring foundations, trusts, associations and other organisations which qualify as Voluntary Organisations
Malta
5 Jun 2019
7
MFSA Issues FAQ Document On The Implications Of A Hard Brexit
On the 17th May, the Malta Financial services (MFSA) issued a document containing a number of frequently asked questions on the implications of a hard Brexit on the local asset management industry.
Malta
31 May 2019
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Theresa May Resigns As Prime Minister. Where This Leaves The UK In Its Quest To Deliver Brexit
After almost three years attempting to deliver Brexit with no success, UK Prime Minister Theresa May announced her resignation as leader of the Conservative Party and therefore as the Prime Minister of Britain.
Malta
24 May 2019
9
New Brexit Bill Announced May's Bill To Be Put To A Vote In June
Just days before the UK is set to vote for European elections, Theresa May issued a new bill with the intention of satisfying the requirements of the members of Parliament.
Malta
23 May 2019
10
Strengthening Our Institutions
This has been the sorry story since before Independence.
Malta
17 Apr 2019
11
Brexit Is Deferred To October
An agreement was reached in Brussels on the 10th of April 2019, between the heads of the European Union member states, with regards to a six-month extension to Brexit.
Malta
11 Apr 2019
12
No Clear Brexit In Sight: UK Votes Against The Brexit Withdrawal Agreement Once Again.
Voting 344 to 286, the UK Parliament voted against Theresa May's Brexit Withdrawal Agreement for the third time.
European Union
29 Mar 2019
13
Precautionary Measures Adopted By ESMA And Other EU Securities Regulators In The Case Of A No-Deal Brexit Scenario
On the 29th of March 2019 the UK will leave the European Union ('EU') in what is an unprecedented event in modern European history.
Malta
19 Mar 2019
14
A Vote On A Brexit Delay
On Thursday 14th March, the British Parliament once again voted on the future of Brexit, this time heavily in favour of delaying the Brexit deadline.
European Union
15 Mar 2019
15
Delaying The Inevitable: What's Next For Brexit?
The second UK Parliamentary vote this week has seen members of Parliament vote against leaving the EU without a deal.
Malta
14 Mar 2019
16
Brexit Still In The Dark
On Tuesday 12th March, the British Parliament once again voted against Theresa May's latest Brexit deal. Despite efforts to address some concerns voiced in relation to the original deal, this second deal was immediately struck down by 149 votes.
Malta
13 Mar 2019
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Articles Of The Customs Ordinance And Excise Duty Act Declared Unconstitutional
In the case 'Michael Zammit v. Kontrollur tad-Dwana et'decided on the 8th February 2019, the First Hall of the Civil Court (Constitutional Jurisdiction) found that Articles 68 and 72(4) of Chapter 37 of the Laws of Malta (Customs Ordinance), ...
Malta
28 Feb 2019
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Latest Brexit Motion Rejected
On the 14th February, the House of Commons voted against the latest amendments to the Brexit deal. This vote, although merely symbolic, sends a message that there is still a lack of agreement on the way forward ...
Malta
15 Feb 2019
19
Brexit Amendments: The Future Of EU - UK relations
Despite the British Parliament's stance against delaying Brexit, the House of Commons has voted towards eliminating a no-deal Brexit.
Malta
30 Jan 2019
20
Uncertainty Surrounding The Future Of Brexit
It comes as no surprise that the British Parliament has voted against the Brexit withdrawal agreement that British Prime Minister, Theresa May, presented last November.
European Union
16 Jan 2019
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