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In June 2021, Identity Malta and Residency Malta Agency launched the Malta Nomad Residence Permit (NRP) which is intended for non-EU nationals who want to retain their current employment outside of Malta but reside in Malta. This permit is open to non-EU nationals who can work remotely using telecommunication technology.
Looking towards the Future of the Effectivity of Your Business in Malta: Solutions in relation to Mergers under Malta Law
 04 Jun 2021 Dr. Christine Sammut
The process for a merger by acquisition under Malta law is laid out, including the requirements of the documentation such as the experts and directors' report and most importantly the draft terms of merger.
 03 Jun 2021 Dr. Susanna Deguara
Chanel has lost its EU trademark battle against Huawei following opposition proceedings in front of the EUIPO. Chanel is claiming that Huawei’s trademark is similar to its own registered marks.
Malta's longstanding tradition as a PR Destination continues with Permanent Residence Programme 2021 .
Malta has a number of residence programmes aimed at attracting non-EU/EEA nationals to obtain residence status in Malta. The various programmes range from those intended to confer the status of permanent residence to programmes giving a special tax status. To this effect Malta offers two main residency routes through the Malta Permanent Residence Programme (MPRP) and the Malta Global Residence Programme (GRP).
By virtue of Legal Notice 96 of 2021, the Malta Company Service Providers (Amendment) Act 2020 (“the Act” or “the Amendments”) came into force on 16 March 2021. This Act also brought with it an overhauled Corporate Services Provider (“CSP”) Rulebook (“Rulebook”).
 12 Mar 2021 Dr. Susanna Deguara
In this series of publications, our Privacy lawyers will delve deeper into privacy law and GDPR focusing on personal data in Malta and EU, and the way these rules effect everyday life.
European Residence Options for South Africans
Swift technological advancements, social media and the internet have all contributed to the transformation of the manner in which artistic, literary works and other creative arts are created, produced, distributed and exploited. Current law does provide exceptions and specific scenarios that attempt to tackle novel technologies however a revision of the Act, keeping in mind that technological neutrality is paramount, would greatly improve the current situation.


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