Dr Geraldine Spiteri
Dr Geraldine Spiteri is a senior advocate, having practised law in Malta for the past 10 years. In addition to her general practice in civil, commercial and administrative law matters before the courts, she specialises in EU, telecommunications and maritime law and has drafted a number of statutory acts in the communications and transport sectors.
Spiteri is a senior lecturer at the Malta Maritime Institute and provides consultancy services to other institutions and corporations in respect of maritime law, piracy, business and maritime English.
As a senior lecturer with the MCAST Institute of Mechanical Engineering, Spiteri teaches the course of Certificate of Professional Competence for land transport operators, covering the subjects of law, business ancillaries, commercial practice and other related areas of relevance to land transport operators.
In addition, she is a judicial assistant at the Courts of Justice in Malta.
Her specialities are maritime, ICT and media and gaming and she acts as a key official for a number of remote gaming companies.
- LLD (Doctor of Laws) from the University of Malta — 2001
- LLM in Maritime Law from the International Maritime Law Institute (IMO) — 2007
- Dip. Eccles. Tribunal — Canonical Jurisprudence (Marriage Nullity Cases) — 2001
- Mag. Jur — European and Comparative Law — University of Malta — 2003
She is the published author of The Application of EC Competition Law in the Maritime Transport Sector — LLM, International Maritime Law; Distinction.
Briefings from Acumum
It is expected that the new Russia-Malta Tax Treaty will be in force much quicker than its predecessor.
Aviation, highlighted by the Maltese Government as a growth industry is actively encouraged with the provision of very attractive fiscal benefits.