Joseph Mizzi


Joseph Mizzi

Partner

Joseph Mizzi

Joseph is a partner at Muscat Mizzi Advocates and heads the dispute resolution and litigation practice. He has represented clients on a wide range of legal matters and he is particularly active in commercial, property, employment and civil litigation.  Joseph has been entrusted to represent financial institutions, corporations, developers, asset managers, and private clients in complex commercial and civil litigation.

Joseph also advises private clients on matters related to residency and citizenship and he is an accredited agent at Identity Malta. He is a director and shareholder of MMB Consultancy Limited, a company which operates through the trade name RC International, the firm’s immigration arm.  

Joseph is a member of the Malta Chamber of Advocates, the International Bar Association and the Investment Migration Council.

Outside of his practice, Joseph loves to spend time with his family and is a faithful supporter of Juventus Football Club.

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New Arbiter for Financial Services

Launched a little over a year ago the office of the Financial Services Arbiter is designed to be a space where consumers may lodge complaints in respect of the conduct of financial services providers. The decisions made by the Financial Services Arbiter are binding, placing this office above the Malta...

Brexit: Part One

The 23rd day of June of 2016 marked a historic moment for the European Union – after fifty years of continued expansion and consolidation, one of its largest and most influential member states, the United Kingdom, went to the polls on whether the people wanted to continue its relationship with...

Brexit: Part Two

The immediate impact of this upheaval aside, Brexit is one of the most significant social events in Europe of the post-war era – a wholesale rejection of the European project – which will present both challenges and opportunities, if indeed it happens at all. One must wonder: what does the...

New OECD measures: an opportunity for Malta?

Following recent media scandals, the OECD has intensified its recent work to lay down new international standards to tackle tax evasion and tax avoidance amongst others. The OECD has estimated that €90 to €210 billion Euros are being lost every year through tax avoidance. There are currently 15 base erosion...

Does Maltese employment law accommodate businesses like Uber?

In a recent landmark ruling, a tribunal in London has ruled that self-employed contractors engaged by Uber are in effect to be treated as “workers”. This decision, which is subject to an appeal by Uber, carries with it implications that should be considered by all tech companies that connect independent...

2018 Budget Highlights

Malta has experienced continued economic growth, going from strength to strength; with real GDP rising from 5.5% in 2016 to 6.3% in June 2017. Additionally, employment figures remain positive, with a 3.1% increase in female participation in the workforce, unemployment reduced to a record low of just 4.1%, and the...

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