Olga Finkel and James Scicluna were recognized once again amongst the leading lawyers global-wide in the Gaming & Gambling practice area by Chambers Global 2020 edition. Read more.
WH Partners is pleased to announce that following an independent review Legal 500, publisher of one of the leading directories of the legal profession and widely respected for the independence and objectivity of its research, has voted and ranked both the firm and several of our lawyers with top rankings. Achieving a tiered ranking signals
Malta is “home to a dynamic and thriving gaming industry” according to the president of the International Association of Gaming Advisors. Malta is in the process of reviewing and taking forward its legal framework for gaming following the success of fantasy sports games and skill games over the last ten years. “Skill games” differ from “chance
Ally Law member firm partner Ruth Galea wrote the chapter for Malta in the 2016 International Comparative Legal Guide to Corporate Governance (Legal Guide), published by the International Comparative Legal Guides. The Legal Guide provides international practitioners and in-house counsel with a comprehensive world-wide analysis of corporate governance laws and regulations, organized by country and
Tomorrow – Thursday June 23, 2016 – British citizens vote on the historic referendum on Great Britain’s membership in the European Union. A recent “poll-of-polls” indicates the vote will be close. EU policy and legislation shapes several vital legal sectors, such as employment, financial services, intellectual property, company law, customs regulations and VAT. Fundamentally, the freedom
We are delighted to announce that WH Partners has been ranked as a top firm by Chambers & Partners Europe. The firm received this acclaimed ranking in the Corporate/Commercial: Gaming & Licensing practice area for Malta, having been quoted as offering “the best quality and service – extremely efficient, it brings added value and the lawyers’
Furthering its status as a reputable financial services hub, Malta is becoming a domicile for binary option businesses. The combination of the Maltese legal framework and the governance of the Maltese regulator of financial services provides a comprehensive licensing and regulatory regime for binary option businesses, providing certainty as to process and legal requirements . This summer the
WH Partners lawyer, Joseph Borg, published an article, eGaming Review Malta Report 2015, that analyzes the future of the Maltese gaming industry. Malta, an industry pioneer, is one of the largest jurisdictions in the world for online gaming. Joseph discusses how stakeholders are identifying next steps to be taken by the Maltese government and the Malta Gaming Authority so this jurisdiction can survive the next