Fenech & Fenech Advocates (Valletta)

Maria DeBono

Fenech & Fenech Advocates (Valletta)

Maria DeBono joined Fenech & Fenech Advocates as a student in 2016 and is now an associate within the international practice department. She obtained her Bachelor of Laws (Honours) from the University of Malta in 2017 after having submitted her Research Project which dealt with the revival of companies after they have been struck off the register and its implications from a comparative lens. In 2018, she qualified as a lawyer with a Masters of Advocacy. Maria DeBono then furthered her studies in London where she read for a Master of Laws (LLM) at The London School of Economics (LSE) specialising in Corporate and Commercial Law and her dissertation dealt with Competition Law. Maria DeBono works in the Corporate and Commercial Law Department of the firm. She also assists clients in setting up and registering Organisations as Legal Persons and enrolling with the Office of the Commissioner for Voluntary Organisations.

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Thomas Bugeja, Maria DeBono The EU Court of Justice issues judgment on the enforcement of EU State aid laws in national courts in the event of inconsistencies with domestic Member State law (Costa / Enel)


The landmark judgment of the European Court of Justice (the “ECJ”) in the names Flaminio Costa v. ENEL (Case 6/64) delivered on the 15th of July 1964, was the result of a preliminary reference made by the Giudice Conciliatore di Milano, Italy (the “Milan Court”) to the ECJ on the (...)


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