GVZH Newsletter - June 2024 Q2 Issue

June 2024

GVZH Newsletter - June 2024 issue

We are excited to present the second edition of our newsletter. In this issue, we offer insights on various topics we believe will be of great interest to you. Our coverage includes the importance of equal pay for equal work, the inclusion of gender identity data in employment contracts, updates in the gaming industry, and accountability in AI.

We strive to provide content that is both informative and valuable, and your feedback is crucial in helping us meet your needs.

We hope you find this newsletter to be a valuable resource.

Best regards,
GVZH Advocates 

The intent behind this newsletter is purely to provide information and should not be construed as legal advice.

‘Equal Pay for Equal Work’ – Malta and the EU | Delving into the notion and the exceptions

The International Labour Organisation (ILO) emphasizes the core concept of “equal pay” as a fundamental principle ensuring parity of wages for similar work, irrespective of gender, race, or status.

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Gender Identity Data in Employment Contracts

According to the Transparent and Predictable Working Conditions Regulations (S.L. 452.126 of the Laws of Malta), the employment contract established by the employer and the employee shall include, at least, the basic details of the employee, including a legally valid identification document number, the address of the employee and, their gender.

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Navigating AI Accountability: The EU’s AI Liability Directive and Its Implications


As artificial intelligence (‘AI’) rapidly becomes a more fundamental aspect of human life and matures into a hallmark of human ingenuity, it becomes ever more important that the boundaries of this staple of the future are developed and clearly laid out for all to understand.

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License to Play: Unravelling Malta’s Authorisation Requirements for Gaming Companies and Third Parties

The Gaming Authorisations Regulations (hereinafter referred to as the “Regulations”) in Malta establishes a comprehensive framework for authorising various gaming activities, including online gaming, sports betting, casino operations, and lotteries.

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