Ron is a Partner at Camilleri Preziosi whose practice mainly involves Competition, Energy, Aviation, Employment and Industrial Relations, Information Technology and General Commercial law.
Ron advises various businesses in different industries as well as government and state-owned entities on Competition-related matters, including State aid and public procurement. This includes representing clients during investigations and litigation, as well as advising on mergers and other concentrations.
Ron has gained ample experience in the State aid practice, having advised the Government of Malta and other state-owned entities on a number of projects and proposed initiatives.
Ron's experience in the field of public procurement includes advice to local government entities and other contracting entities locally as well as international companies.
Ron has ample experience in the Energy sector, having advised on a number of major projects in this sector, including the procurement of the only HVAC interconnector cable connecting Malta to the European grid through Sicily, and the development of Malta’s first privately-owned and gas-fired power plant and the related LNG and Gas facilities.
Ron has been involved in IT procurement projects on behalf of the Government of Malta, including the procurement of the Integrated Health Information System (IHIS), the National Identity Management System (NIDMS) and the Integrated Utilities Billing System (IUBS).
In the area of employment law, Ron provides regular advice to a number of local medium-sized and large companies as well as to international entities having a presence in Malta.
In the aviation sector, Ron provides on-going advice to Malta's only international airport, and advises the Maltese national airline. Ron also represents Malta’s airport on the policy committee of the Airports Council International (Europe).
- Chamber of Advocates
- World Airport Lawyers Association
- Represents Malta International Airport on the policy committee of the Airports Council International (Europe)
- Malta IT Law Association (MITLA)
What others are saying
"A bright lawyer, responsive and a pleasure to work with" - Competition/European Law Chambers Europe, 2012
"He is always available. He'd have to be unconscious to not get back to us!" - Competition/European Law Chambers Europe, 2013
Up-and-coming Individual - Competition/European Law Chambers Europe, 2012
Leading Individual Chambers Europe, 2013
"Very diligent." - Competition/European Law Chambers Europe, 2015
"He has proved to be highly knowledgeable on EU procurement and commercial law and indeed a great asset during commercial negotiations." - Competition/European Law Chambers Europe, 2016
"Suggesting practical, workable solutions, and the ability to explain the most complex of things very clearly and concisely." - Competition/European Law Chambers Europe, 2017
"Engages with the client's business, understands operations well and gives relevant advice rather than generic direction." - Competition/European Law Chambers Europe, 2018
Competition law expert Aaron Galea Cavallazzi receives praise for having "valuable expertise on state aid issues," as well as "being highly flexible especially when feedback is required at short notice." His practice runs the gamut of competition law including advising on public procurement, state aid and abuse of dominance mandates. - Corporate/Commercial Chambers Global, 2019
Interviewees report that Aaron Galea Cavallazzi is "straightforward, well prepared and reasonable when it comes to finding practical solutions." He advises clients on internal corporate restructurings. Sources also say that he is "very good on the procurement side, commercial contracts and commercial agreements." - Corporate/Commercial Chambers Global, 2020
Aaron Galea Cavallazzi is described by a client as "the reference for employment law in Malta." In addition to his employment law practice, he also has experience in procurement and competition law matters. - Corporate/Commercial Chambers Global, 2021
Band 3 - Corporate/Commercial Chambers Europe, 2021
Band 3 - Corporate/Commercial Chambers Europe, 2022