Throughout the month of October, several of our firms are organising a variety of webinars, in-person events or must-read content addressing distinct cyber security aspects.
A trademark can be any word, symbol, phrase, design, colour scheme, or a combination of these things that identifies and distinguishes goods and services from the goods and services of other competitors.
On the 22nd of December 2021, the European Commission published a proposed EU Directive laying down the rules to incorporate the OECD Pillar Two into European Member States.
The proposed new measures will establish transparency around the use of shell entities, so that their abuse can be more easily detected and tackled by tax authorities. Using a number of objective indicators related to income, staff and premises, the proposal will help national tax authorities to...
Prior to the enactment of the Companies Act, Chapter 386 of the Laws of Malta (hereinafter referred to as ‘the Act’), there was no obligation for a Maltese incorporated company to appoint a company secretary. It was only with the introduction of the Act, under Article 138, that this obligation...
Financial and credit institutions across EU Member States constantly strive to identify and manage their day-to-day risks in the most efficient manner.
The MFSA’s Guidance Document on ICT Related Arrangements, published on the 11th of December 2020, contains multiple elements which license holders must and should consider as part of their implementation of governing ICT and Security frameworks.
A Legitimate Interest Assessment (LIA) is a risk assessment specifically designed to determine the context and purpose of processing against legitimate interests. It aims to identify the benefits to all parties in processing personal data and provides justification for decisions made by Data...
An employment contract, which can be for a definite or an indefinite period, may be either terminated by the employee him/herself or else at the request of the employer.
When planning to acquire, be acquired or merge with a company, it is important for the legal experts involved to consider whether or not there is any legal reason that should prevent the merger from taking place and to take into account any risks involved therewith.