The Merchant Shipping Directorate has recently introduced the Small Commercial Yacht Code (sCYC), which has become effective from the first (1st ) day of April 2024. The scope of the sCYC is to have a piece of legislation specifically dedicated for Small Commercial Yachts.
 28 Mar 2024 Chetcuti Cauchi
Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates have achieved remarkable recognition in this year's Legal 500 EMEA rankings, earning accolades across six practice areas. Our inclusion underscores our firm's commitment to excellence and expertise within the legal field.
 22 Mar 2024 Chetcuti Cauchi
Dr. Luana Cuschieri, a Senior Associate at Chetcuti Cauchi, holds a prominent position within the Andersen European Litigation and Arbitration Law team, delivering insightful updates concerning the Maltese legal landscape. In this edition, she offers an analysis of Malta's existing digital infrastructure and outlines the envisioned trajectory towards complete digitalization by 2027.
 20 Mar 2024 Chetcuti Cauchi
Dr. Luana Cuschieri, a member of the Andersen European Employment and Labour Law team, provides valuable updates for the Malta section. In this issue, Dr. Cuschieri offers her expertise on the recently introduced Employment Agencies Regulations and also delves into the subject of the Right to a fair hearing in dismissal cases.
 15 Mar 2024 Chetcuti Cauchi
Chetcuti Cauchi Advocates has been ranked among the top leading firms in Malta for General Business Law. The accolade is the result of meticulous research conducted by an internal team at Chambers & Partners.
In a move to balance citizens and users rights without stalling innovation, today European Parliament has endorsed the proposed European Artificial Intelligence legislation, marking it as the first most comprehensive law on this matter.
 13 Mar 2024 . Magdalena Velkovska
In a bid to bolster its appeal to digital nomads, the Residency Malta Agency announced today significant updates to its Nomad Residency Permit, set to take effect from April 1st, 2024. The revisions aim to further streamline the process and continue attracting top talent to the Mediterranean island.
 13 Mar 2024 . Naomi Galea
EU Directive 2022/2523 mandates a global minimum tax rate for multinational groups within the EU. Malta defers the application of certain rules while imposing filing obligations.
Malta's ranking, was only surpassed by larger countries which are Spain, France and Belgium. Moreover, Malta was one of the ten countries that surpassed the average ratings of the analysis. The assessment was based on the Startup Nations Standards, comprising eight benchmarks of excellence in startup support.
 29 Feb 2024 Fabrizio De Mari
On 20 February 2024, Malta transposed Council Directive (EU) 2022/2523 of 14 December 2022 (“EU Minimum Tax Directive”), implementing Pillar 2 rules in the EU, through Legal Notice 32 of 2024 "European Union Global Minimum Level of Taxation for Multinational Enterprise Groups and Large-Scale Domestic Groups Regulations, 2024"

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