Following the success of last year’s conference, Fenech & Fenech Advocates is organising the second Malta Employment Law Conference on Thursday 7th December 2017. More details to follow.
The Fenech & Fenech IP Forum was a half-day conference hosted by Fenech & Fenech Advocates Malta on the 26th of June 2017, which dealt with the most current and topical Intellectual Property law issues, with specific focus on Brands, Innovation and Start Ups.
Together with Fenech & Fenech Advocates’ in-house speakers, guest speakers included the Comptroller of Industrial Property, Mr Godwin Warr, from the Malta Industrial Property Registrations Directorate; Dr Therese Comodini Cachia, member of the European Parliament and rapporteur for copyright to the Committee on Legal Affairs (JURI); Dr Sergio Riccardi, senior partner and patent attorney at IPSER; along with a number of Malta based start-up companies, entrepreneurs and branding companies.
The Forum was aimed at entrepreneurs, start-ups, creative professionals, legal professionals, in-house counsel and all those having a keen interest in Intellectual Property developments. The Forum was not solely for people with a legal background, but was open to all.
On the 30th September 2016, Fenech & Fenech Advocates organised The Malta Employment Law Conference 2016, a full-day training conference, which dealt with the most current and topical Employment Law issues arising in the Maltese law context.
Together with Fenech & Fenech’s in-house speakers, various guest speakers from The Office of the Information & Data Protection Commissioner (IDPC), the Department of Industrial & Employment Relations (DIER), Mr. Joe Farrugia, from the Malta Employers’ Association (MEA), and the National Commissioner for the Promotion of Equality, Ms. Renee Laiviera delivered a number of presentations, giving participants their invaluable and practical insight and knowledge on their respective areas of expertise.
This Conference was aimed at Human Resources Professionals, Managers and Executives, Employers and Legal Professionals interested in the field.
Further information about the Malta Employment Law Conference 2016 can be found here.