Martin Aquilina Speaks at the 14th Annual M&A Conference

HazloLaw-Business Lawyers’ COO and International Lawyer, Martin Aquilina, attended the 14th International M&A Conference sponsored RWP Rechtsanwälte in Versailles, France. The conference, which took place on November 1-3, 2019, offered a broad range of qualified speakers from different countries to discuss national laws that are to be taken into consideration when dealing with transactions involving [...]

By |2019-12-05T11:08:34-05:00November 11, 2019|Martin Aquilina, News|

HazloLaw Meets with Mrs. Edna Adan Ismail, former Foreign Minister of Somaliland and Women’s Rights Advocate

On September 5th 2019, leading Somaliland women’s rights activist and former Foreign Minister Edna Adan Ismail attended at the offices of HazloLaw – Business Lawyers where she met with Martin Aquilina in order to discuss a potential action plan that would aid Somaliland in its quest for recognition of its sovereignty. Ms. Ismail is one [...]

By |2019-09-30T17:16:39-05:00September 25, 2019|International Law, Martin Aquilina, News|

Caveat Venditor: Exporting Cultural Property from Canada Is Not as Simple as It Seems

The recent and unprecedented decision in Canada (Attorney General) v. Heffel Gallery Limited [1] brings clarity to the interpretation of the Cultural Property Export and Import Act [2] (the “CPEIA”) and the concepts of “outstanding significance” and “national importance” that are at the core of this legislation[3]. In Heffel, the Federal Court of Appeal [4] [...]

By |2019-09-04T13:44:24-05:00June 13, 2019|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

Canadian Trademark Law to Implement Guidelines of The Madrid Protocol

Canada has been actively involved in the negotiation and ratification of several international treaties with trading partners worldwide. Many of these agreements – such as the Madrid Protocol, the Transpacific Partnership, and CETA – touch upon intellectual property regulations such as registrations and application for protection of intellectual property like trademarks, geographic indication, and traditional [...]

By |2019-09-04T13:44:24-05:00June 12, 2019|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|

Canadian Transborder Dataflows

The Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (the “OPC”) has recently launched a consultation on transborder data flows under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (“PIPEDA”).  PIPEDA is a federal law of Canada that regulates how individuals’ personal information should be collected, used, and disclosed in commercial transactions. It is restricted to [...]

By |2019-09-04T13:44:24-05:00June 12, 2019|Articles, International Law, Martin Aquilina|