Practice Areas: Admiralty and Maritime Law; International Maritime Law; Port Regulation; Ship Arrests; Ship Finance; Ship Registration; International Asset Protection; Company Law; Intellectual Property; Trusts and Estates; Real Estate
Education (LL.D., 1976)
Memberships Chamber of Advocates (Malta).
Dr. Adriano Cefai
Practice Areas: General Legal Advice; Ship Registration; International Asset Protection; Commercial Law; European Patents; Debt Recovery; Taxation; International Tax Planning; Tax Planning; Taxation of Foreign Nationals; Trademarks; Trusts and Estates; Estate Planning; International Trusts and Estates; Offshore Trusts; Trust Administration; Trust Formation; Corporate Law; Company Law; Company Formation; Company Registration
Education B.A., LL.M. (QMUL), LL.D; ADIT (Advanced Diploma in International Taxation - CIOT) 2006; IMLI Advanced Diploma in Maritime Law, Diploma in Tax (MIT), IFSP Course in Trust and Trust Management 2004, ILS Company Law course 2006; University of Malta (Doctorate of Laws, 2005); Queen Mary University of London (Masters Degree, International Taxation, European Taxation and Advanced Equity and Trusts Law, 2006); UK Chartered Institute of Taxation (Advanced Diploma in International Taxation - ADIT); Enterprise LSE, MITC, MFSA (Diploma in Financial Services Operations and Compliance, 2008)
Languages English, Italian
Dr. Clarissa Cefai
Clarissa is an associate is our Malta firm. She specialises in commercial shipping problems and has regularly advised on disputes arising under bills of lading and charterparties. Clarissa deals with ship registration and ship finance issues and also has experience in both corporate and trust law.
Upon completion of her Masters Degree in Maritime law, Clarissa worked with the P&I Club, Steamship Insurance Management Services Limited, in London from 2007 – 2009. Most of her work consisted of cargo and FD&D claims, as well as collisions, piracy, FFO claims and DTH cover.
She has substantial experience in working with Greek, Indian and Pakistani clients, including shipowners, charterers, traders, surveyors, local correspondents (legal and otherwise) as well as banks.
Clarissa is a member of the Chamber of Advocates, Malta.
General Legal Advice; Ship Registration; Maritime law; Carriage of Goods by Sea, International Trade, Admiralty Law; Ship Building and Ship Finance; Commercial Law; Trusts law and Trust Formation; Corporate Law; Company Law; Company Formation; Company Registration.
B.A., N.P., LL.D University of Malta (Doctorate of Laws, 2006); LL.M. (Soton), Southampton University (Masters Degree, Maritime Law, 2007); IFSP Course in Trust and Trust Management 2005.