Law Firms, Lawyers in Africa and Middle East
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Africa and Middle East - Recent Legal Articles
- The Law on Drugs in the UAE
Provided by Hassan Elhais
The UAE is a Muslim country and illicit drugs are strictly forbidden. Drug offences are severely punished including by imprisonment and deportation after the jail term has been served. Here are five points to consider in relation to drugs laws in the country, in order to ensure you stay on the right side of the law:
- Difficulties in Factory Registration in Egypt
Provided by Youssry Saleh Law Firm
The new ministerial decrees 991/2015 and 43/2016 issued by the Minister of Trade introduced new measures concerning the registration and certification requirements of the qualified factories/companies which export their products to Egypt.
- Foreign Corporations in Israel also Have No Immunity
Provided by Barnea & Co. Law Offices
The purpose of the Israeli Restrictive Trade Practices Law is to encourage and maintain competition in the country. The law does not explicitly relate to foreign corporations and businessmen and, therefore, its ex-territorial application is becoming more and more critical.
- Establishment and Functions of the Central Securities Depository in Ghana
Provided by AB LexMall & Associates
The Central Securities Depository (CSD) functions in a form of a “bank” for securities where all transactions (debit and/ or credit of securities) of investors are made. This Article Presents an overview on the establishment and functions of Central Securities Depository.
- Arbitration in Egypt: Myth or Reality?
Provided by Open Chance & Associates
The Egyptian Judicial System has traditionally been regarded as the primary and sometimes exclusive forum for the settlement of legal disputes in Egypt. The country’s judicial system has, however, become increasingly overloaded, timely and notoriously procedural complex over the past few decades, rendering it incapable of keeping up with the swift pace of modern business transactions.
- Open the Retail and Wholesale Trading Sector in Saudi Arabia for Foreign Entities to be 100% Their Ownership.
Provided by Hazim Al Madani Law Firm
The foreign entities in Saudi Arabia are allowed to have 100% ownership in retail and wholesale trading sectors.
- Constitutional Litigation in Kenya
Provided by Ameli Inyangu & Partners
The constitution is a living document and cannot exist in a vacuum; individuals either as appointing officers or as ordinary citizens have a civic duty of upholding the rule of law and fostering constitutionalism.
- Divorce in Jordan
Provided by Arida Law Firm
Filing divorce case in Jordan need a legal procedure, and at the end the woman will have a divorce and shall get her financial rights.
- Chose the right Business Entity in Ghana
Provided by Swiftlaw
In Ghana , depending on the type of business you are involved in and there are 6 main business entities you can chose from. The body responsible for business entity registration in Ghana is known as the Registrar General’s Department (RGD).
- Will the Recent Amendment of the Defense Export Control Law Ease the Licensing Process in Israel?
Provided by Gill Nadel Law Office
Recently, the Knesset (the Israeli Parliament) approved the Amendment of the Defense Export Control Law, 2016, thus establishing it as an inseparable part of the Defense Export Control Law.