Law Firms, Lawyers in Africa and Middle East
Law Firms and Their Lawyers in Africa and The Middle East
Africa and Middle East - Recent Legal Articles
- Advertising & Marketing Law in Uganda
Provided by Angualia Busiku & Co. Advocates
Uganda lacks specific laws to govern the advertising business. Regulation of advertising is provided in sections of several laws.
- Termination of Employment in Egyptian Law
Provided by Youssry Saleh Law Firm
The relation between an employer and an employee in Egypt is organized by the Labor Law No. 12 for 2003. This law organizes the full relation between the employee and the workplace and one of the main obstacles and issues that always appear in the front lines is the employment termination.
- UAE: Should an Arbitrator Sign on All Pages of the Arbitration Award?
Provided by Hassan Elhais
Under normal circumstances the general rule is that an arbitration award shall be valid only if signed on all pages by the arbitrator. However the exception to this rule is that the arbitrator's signature on the last page alone of the award shall suffice provided the last page contains a part of the reasoning of the award.
- Economic Sanctions Against the Isalmic Republic of Iran from the Human Rights Perspective
Provided by Izadi Law Firm
Since the Islamic Revolution in 1979, Islamic Republic of Iran has always exposed to various international sanctions due to different reasons and excuses. They put Iran under different sanctions directly or indirectly through international organizations, under the pretext of creating an international order. As matter of fact, they pursue their own foreign policy goals and use sanctions as a means to achieve those goals.
- Dubai Court of Appeal Ratifies an Arbitral Award
Provided by Motei & Associates, Attorneys at Law
Court of Appeal overrules a decision rendered by First instance Court ratifying an arbitral awardThe ratification of an arbitral award issued by the Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC).
- Trademarks Registration in Jordan
Provided by Ihqaq Law Firm
The Trademark is any visible sign used or to be used by any person to distinguish his goods, products or services from the goods, products or services of others.
- Kuwait Agents lose ‘Exclusive Agent’ Status
Provided by Al Yaqout Legal Group
Bringing in a paradigm shift to the Commercial Agency laws prevailing in Kuwait, the state’s National Assembly had passed significant amendments in February 09, 2016. The new amendment laws precisely struck down the concept of ‘exclusivity’. The principal-companies henceforth can appoint more than one agents or dealers of commodities in Kuwait once the new laws hit the official gazette.
- Insurance Litigation in Saudi Arabia
Provided by Hazim AL-Madani Law Firm
Insurance Litigation will be dealt with Insurance Dispute Committee and Appeal Committee.
- Boundaries of Allowed and Forbidden in Parallel Import in Israel
Provided by Gill Nadel Law Office
Parallel import in Israel is a growing and expanding phenomenon. Many brands are imported not only by official/exclusive importers, but by other importers as well.
- Senegal Business Environment: From a Local and a Regional Perspective
Provided by Geni & Kebe LLP
Senegal belongs to two major regional entities: ECOWAS and WAEMU. ECOWAS is an association of 16 West African entities aiming at having one economic and monetary zone with a uniform legislation on the main sectors regarding economy, trade, natural resources, diplomacy, to mention a few. WAEMU is an entity of eight West African countries, having the same currency, the same reserve bank and the same business law.