WH Partners is a leading Malta-based law firm with a business focus and expertise in corporate finance, gaming and gambling, M&A, tax, blockchain and technology.
The firm’s licensing and regulatory, tax, intellectual property, financial services, corporate and commercial lawyers are among the strongest in Malta and are well regarded by regulators and clients for their thoroughness, efficiency and knowledge of their clients’ business as well as their versatility. WH Partners also has expertise in employment, real estate, data protection, AML, capital markets, private client, citizenship, residence and immigration and trusts and foundations.
The firm and its individual lawyers have been recognized for their excellence by the leading independent legal directories such as Chambers Global, Chambers Europe, Legal 500, Who’s Who Legal, IFLR1000 and World Tax. WH Partners is also the recipient of the eGR B2B Corporate Services Provider Award, and they won for three years in a row the award for Law Firm of the Year at Malta Gaming Awards.
Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers has remarked on the high possibility that this legal dispute becomes a landmark judgment, one which tests the frontiers of antitrust law.
As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, it has now become rather well known that a debtor may defend himself for the non-performance of an obligation, or for a delay in the performance of an obligation by claiming (and proving) force majeure.
In a landmark ruling delivered yesterday by the Court of Justice of the European Union (‘CJEU’), Decision 2016/1250 on the adequacy of the protection provided by the European Union (‘EU’) – United States (‘US’) Privacy Shield has been invalidated.