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Dr. Andrew Borg-Cardona

andrewAndrew was called to the Bar in 1980. He specialises in commercial and labour law, representing clients in negotiations, conciliation and arbitration proceedings, as well as advising on the impact of legislation on their operational structures.

Andrew is also concerned with financial services law, contract and company work, with connected litigation. Dr Borg-Cardona is a member of the MdR Fraud Network, a network co-ordinated by the London firm Mischon de Reya enabling members to be of mutual assistance, particularly in the area of asset recovery and protection on a trans-national level.

 Dr. Roselyn Borg

Roselyn is a dual qualified lawyer, who has been practising law for the past 15 years. She obtained the degree of the Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) from the University of Malta in 2002 and the degree of Master of Laws (LL.M) in Employment Law in Context in 2011.

Roselyn worked with the Malta Employers' Association until 2006, when she moved to the UK where she then set up her own boutique law firm specialising in employment law. In 2011 she set up Twenty-one law, a niche employment law practice, where she concentrates primarily on disputes concerning employment matters and represents both employers and employees in Industrial Tribunal cases. She travels between Malta and England and advises clients in both countries.

Roselyn has contributed to a number of EU publications and conducted research on various topics, including Gender Equality.  She has developed and delivered training programmes and has advised a number of employers on various employment law issues including data protection matters. Roselyn is a co-author of the recent published booked GDPR for HR Professionals 

Dr. Matthew Brincat

matthewMatthew obtained the degree of the Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) from the University of Malta in 2001 and the degree of Master of Laws (LL.M) in Labour Law from the London School of Economics in 2002.

Matthew’s legal practice mainly evolves around employment and pensions, areas of law he believes connects both the human and the corporate aspects of legislation. He has also been heavily involved in the formation of Ganado Advocates’ employment law department and has gained valuable experience of Industrial Tribunal proceedings.

Matthew is a member of the Lex Mundi European Employment Practices Group and delivers lectures at the Malta Employers Association on Employment Legislation. Matthew is also the co-author of the Malta volume of the Kluwer Encyclopaedia on Labour law and the author of a number articles in local and foreign magazines and journals in relation to both employment and pensions legislation.

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