Muscat Mizzi Advocates is proud to have assisted the National Book Council (Malta) in drafting a proposed bill to amend the Copyright Act.
The draft intends to update the Copyright Act in order to bring it in line with modern realities of the cultural industry; by transposing the EU’s Directive on Copyright in the Digital Single Market and addressing other discrepancies within our national copyright framework.
The economic fallout of the recent pandemic has brought about a surge in debt collection claims. The sudden pressure on income for certain businesses necessitates the frugal management of cash flow, to the extent that directors may find themselves in the unenviable position of having to prioritise payments to certain creditors over others just to keep the business afloat. At the same time, however, the Covid-19 pandemic has also increased awareness of the importance of collecting receivables on time.
A new legal notice regulating the licensing of property brokers and real estate agents in Malta was enacted on the 3rd of July, 2020. The following article gives an overview of the most important provisions under this Act.
We are a boutique law firm based in Malta. With offices in Valletta and Rabat, we service clients in the business sector who are drawn to our reputation for creativity and efficiency.
Be it a debt recovery effort, contractual dispute or a civil claim, having the right legal support in a pre-litigation or litigation scenario is crucial to secure an efficient and effective resolution.
Ensuring rules and standards are met on an ongoing basis is an obligation to both your business and the community.
Transactions are the cornerstone of our practice as we routinely assist businesses accomplish their strategic objectives and defend their position in the market