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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
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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
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Artificial Intelligence: Some Of The Challenges Ahead
Reference to Artificial Intelligence ('AI') is likely to bring to mind dystopian pictures of a robot apocalypse as depicted in films such as iRobot or The Matrix or to spark debates ...
Malta
28 Feb 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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Constitutional Court Confirms That Cases Of A Criminal Nature Have To Be Heard By A Court At Every Stage Of The Proceedings
On the 8 October 2018, the Constitutional Court handed down its decision in Thake et vs Electoral Commission et. The main issue in this case was whether the procedure laid down in the Financing of Political Parties Act ...
Malta
13 Nov 2018
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Malta Residence & Visa Programme: 2018 Amendments
The 2018 amendments entered into force following publication in the Government Gazette of Malta and focused primarily on the investment requirement.
Malta
12 Nov 2018
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Post-Brexit: Establishing A Higher Educational Institution In Malta
The market for higher educational institutions in Malta has increased exponentially in recent years.
Malta
12 Nov 2018
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Analysing The Major Amendments To Be Brought About By The Fifth Anti-Money Laundering Directive
This was coupled with the increasing popularity of new innovations such as virtual currencies, which have also brought about new regulatory challenges.
European Union
29 Aug 2018
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European Parliament Adopts The 5th Anti-Money Laundering Directive
Barely a year following the implementation of the 4th Anti-Money Laundering Directive, the European Parliament has adopted a new directive which aims to add further layers...
Malta
25 Apr 2018
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Public Procurement 2018
As in previous years, Mamo TCV has been featured in the Global Legal Group's International Comparative Legal Guide to Public Procurement.
Malta
8 Feb 2018
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UBO Registry: New Reporting Requirements For Companies And Trusts
One of the key features of the newly transposed Fourth Anti- Money Laundering Directive (Directive 2015/849/EU) is the imposition of an obligation on all European Union Member States to ensure that all incorporated corporate ...
Malta
7 Feb 2018
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New Public Procurement Regulations Issued On The 28th Of October 2016
On the 28th of October, 2016, four new legal notices were issued which will significantly change the regime of public procurement law in Malta.
Malta
6 Dec 2016
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Mamo TCV Obtains Favourable Decision For Respondent In Constitutional Appeal Regarding The Protection Of Human Rights In Competition Proceedings
The Civil Court, First Hall in its constitutional jurisdiction agreed with the arguments brought forward by the FEA (21 April 2015; application number 87/2013).
Malta
10 May 2016
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… And Still We Are Left Wanting: The White Paper On Digital Rights*
Last month, the government published a White Paper for public consultation, proposing the introduction of four so-called "digital rights" in the Constitution: (1) the right to Internet access; (2) the right to informational access; (3) the right to informational freedom and (4) the right to digital informational self-determination.
Malta
10 Jan 2013
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