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Upon ratification of the 1958 New York Convention, on the 22nd of June 2000, Malta has several international prerogatives it must consider in the recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards. Indeed, Mr Portelli sheds light on this...Read More

In this article, Ms. Ungureanu discusses how the shipping industry is an essential pillar of international trade and global economics and how applying Sharia law-compliant financing could pose as a solution to those players in the industry...Read More

In this article, Ms. Cassar sheds light on the major changes affecting journalists’ rights, as well as the new defining factors for ‘defamation’ and ‘libel’. Read More

In this article, Justine Xuereb discusses the new Child Protection (Alternative Care) Act as well as its effects on Maltese civil and family law.  Read More

In this article, Dr. Caruana De Brincat sheds light on the difference between three connecting factors, namely those of domicile, nationality and habitual residence, in the context of employment cases having a foreign element.  Read More

In this article, Ms Sammut discusses the Malta Digital Innovation Authority (MDIA) Act, the Innovative Technology Arrangements and Services Act (the ITAS Act), and the Virtual Financial Assets Act (the VFAA), and their impact on the...Read More

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