A trademark is a distinctive sign in the form of a name or a symbol that identifies and distinguishes the goods or services of one company from those of another. To successfully register a trademark, certain requirements must be met.
It’s no secret that the Covid-19 pandemic had a significant impact on life at work, making the topic of employment flexibility and work-life balance more prominent than ever before. EU Directive 2019/1152 on transparent and predictable working conditions was transposed into Maltese legislation through Legal Notice 267 of 2022 (“Legal Notice”) and applies to all employment relationships with effect from 1 August 2022.
Over the past two years, Malta (along with other European Member States) has been in the spotlight for facing over €40M in claims from Austrian-based players for reimbursement of allegedly illegal online gambling losses.
The new rent reform amends Malta’s pre-1995 rent agreements, ensuring a fair return for close to 10,000 Landlords that had signed protecting leases before 1995. If you’re a landlord bound under a pre-1995 lease or you’ve inherited a property holding a pre-1995 lease, read on.
NFTs (non-fungible tokens) have come a long way since they were first introduced back in 2014. In 2018, the NFT ecosystem began to flourish with over 100 active projects operating on the market. Since then, NFTs have broken away from their original association with the gaming and art markets and other potential market applications are being explored. One such application involves ticketing.
During London Tech Week which was held at Queen Elizabeth II Centre last week, few things generated the sort of excited buzz that Non-Fungible Tokens (NFTs) and their potential did.
A recent statement released by one of the world’s largest legal networks, Multilaw, has condemned Russia’s unprovoked attack on Ukraine.
Liquidations are an important final chapter of a company’s life. The closure of a company, for whatever reason, must be handled carefully and in observance of a series of regulations and protocols.
In December 2021 the Cannabis bill was approved in Maltese Parliament, making it the first EU country to allow small amounts of cannabis cultivation and possession for personal use.
On 23rd June, less than a month after passing the Moneyval test, the Financial Action Task Force voted to place Malta on its Grey List.