Wednesday’s Workshops

21 Law will be organising three workshops which are addressed to both HR and Finance team members. The first workshop will address Frequently Asked Questions in Employment Law, the second will be about the new General Data Protection Regulations which come into force this 28th May and the last workshop for the first quarter will be on Taxation of employment income.

Attendance to any of the workshops is at €55 + VAT. Anyone booking for all 3 workshops (not necessarily attended by the same representative) will benefit from a €30 discount.

All workshops will be held at 21 Business Centre in Naxxar. For further details contact us on 2099 5486 or send an email to admin@twentyonelaw.com.

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Frequently Asked Questions in Employment Law

Date: 31st January 2018 from 9.00 to noon (coffee break included)

Speakers: Dr. Roselyn Borg, 21 Law  and Dr. Andrew Borg Cardona, BCGL Advocates

Price: €55 per person

  • Are restraint of trade clauses enforceable? How should these be drafted?
  • What are the consequences of an injunction?
  • Which is the best way to hold an investigation for misconduct?
  • How do I exit employees without any consequences?

These are just a few of the questions that will be tackled during the workshop. The aim of this workshop is to address a number of questions we are often asked by employer and HR Professionals. Employment law can be overwhelming and it is of importance that the Company and its employees have guidance on this complex area of law. The tendency is for companies to employ a “band-aid” approach to employment law issues, consequently this may lead to time-consuming and expensive litigation. The training will address a number of questions and hence will assist the attendees to be aware of potential problems and to deal with them in a knowledgeable manner.

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EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR): The clock is ticking …

Date: 21st February 2018 from 9.00 to noon (coffee break included) a repeat session will now be held on the 28th February 2018 from 9.00 to noon since the workshop on the 21st is full.

Speakers: Dr. Roselyn Borg, 21 Law and Dr. Karl Sammut, sammut.legal

Price: €55 per person

The revamped EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), effective as of the 25 May 2018 introduces stringent data protection and privacy obligations on all persons and organisations that collect, store or process personal data.

Failure to comply with the provisions of the GDPR has far-reaching economic consequences including the imposition of hefty fines to 4% of total global annual turnover or €20 million.

The GDPR is applicable to all companies and organisations that process personal data, irrespective of industry and size.  Do not be left behind.  The aim of the workshop is to give you an overview of the GDPR and to guide you to comply with all the GDPR requirements, from the initial audit to the required implementing remedial actions.

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Taxation of employment income

In collaboration with ACT Advisory Services Limited

Date: 21st March 2018 from 9.00 to noon (coffee break included)

Speakers: Mr. Stephen Balzan. Partner, Tax and Corporate Services at ACT Advisory Services Limited

Price: €55 per person

This seminar will be useful for accountants, auditors, lawyers, tax advisors and other professionals who advise clients and their employees on various employment tax issues.  The seminar will also discuss the recent amendments to the Fringe Benefit Rules.

The following topics will be discussed amongst others:

  1. Taxation of fringe benefits
  2. The Final Settlement System (FSS)
  3. Deductions
  4. Part-time rules
  5. Women returning to work
  6. Taxation of income from employment exercised abroad
  7. Tax benefits applicable to expatriates
  8. Double taxation treaty considerations