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Malta

Aviation
Aviation - ranked: tier 3

Scerri & Bonello Advocates

Notable highlights for the team at Scerri & Bonello Advocates included advising Malta Industrial Parks on a sub-lease agreement for a leading maintenance, repair and overhaul service provider. Founding partner John Bonello heads up the aviation practice, and noted associate Amana Cini also advises on corporate transactions and commercial contracts.

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Dispute resolution
Dispute resolution - ranked: tier 3

Scerri & Bonello Advocates

Founding partners John Bonello and Victor Scerri head up Scerri & Bonello Advocates’ dispute resolution practice, which handles civil matters concerning contractual issues, family law and inheritance. The firm is retained by numerous clients for debt collection enforcement work, and it also handles disputes arising from public procurement tenders before the Public Contracts Review Board.

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Real estate
Real estate - ranked: tier 3

Scerri & Bonello Advocates

Named partner John Bonello leads on Scerri & Bonello Advocates’ real estate matters. The firm has notable experience in development planning, property transactions and contract consulting. The team also provides assistance with construction disputes. Ongoing work includes the firm defending a client against a forced expropriation of land claim.

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    BYOD is an acronym for ‘bring your own device’ and refers to a policy which an employer may implement to regulate the use of personal devices for work-related purposes at the workplace. Such a policy would regulate how employees access privileged company information and software on their personal devices, which devices would be connected to the corporate network. An effective BYOD policy is essentially a set of rules which establishes the level of support which an IT department may provide to employee-owned devices used in the workplace, while safeguarding both employers’ and employees’ interests.
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    The Senior Corporate Lawyer, who will be reporting to Partners, will be working with both the firm’s legal team as well as the financial services team. The successful candidate will be requested to show initiative, take on certain responsibilities within the firm, work in a multinational environment and will immediately be given the opportunity to further advance their career within the law firm.
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    On 27 th August, Legal Notice 216 of 2019 was published, which grants any person who holds a property of the Government or of the Lands Authority, under a title of revisable perpetual emphyteusis, the right to request the Authority to redeem that property at any time.
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    On the 2 nd August 2019, Bill 89 of 2019, entitled “Various Financial Services Laws (Amendment) Act, 2019” was published in the Government Gazette to become Act XXVI of 2019. This law will effectively amend the Banking Act (Chapter 371 of the Laws of Malta) and Financial Institutions Act (Chapter 376 of the Laws of Malta), making several amendments to the text of those principal legislative instruments dealing with various elements introduced by the Second Payment Services Directive, or, as it has come to be more affectionately known, “PSD2”, as a preference to the more formal and somewhat more taxing reference: “Directive (EU) 2015/2366 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 November 2015 on payment services in the internal market, amending Directives 2002/65/EC, 2009/110/EC and 2013/36/EU and Regulation (EU) No 1093/2010, and repealing Directive 2007/64/EC.”
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