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
- Internet Companies: Beware of Mandatory Israeli Court Jurisdiction
Provided by Barnea & Co. Law Offices
Recently, the Israeli Attorney General, in a legal opinion filed with the Israeli Supreme Court as part of an appeal filed by Facebook, opined that foreign companies (specifically those that do business via the internet) may not escape Israeli court jurisdiction even if the terms and conditions posted on their website state otherwise.
- U.S. Tax Court Ruling Limits Foreign Earned Income Exclusion
Provided by Silver & Co., U.S. Tax Attorneys
Many US citizens and residents living overseas take advantage of up to approximately $100,000 a year in foreign earned income exclusion ("FEIE"). However, entitlement to FEIE is not automatic as the U.S. Tax Court recently ruled.
- Arresting Individuals in UAE
Provided by Hassan Elhais
A thorough study demonstrates that in the criminal procedure law, the arrest might take place mainly in three potential scenarios.
- Legal Procedures for Trademark Protection and Penalties in Case of Infringement in Qatar
Provided by D&C Legal Services
Trademark protection is obtained by registration which grants its owner the exclusive right to use it to identify and distinguish its goods and services from others.
- Procedure for Trademark Registration in Nigeria
Provided by A.A. Tejuoso & Co.
There are many things that need to consider during Trademark Registration in Nigeria. Only an experienced solicitors make sure the approval of Trademark Registration.
- All You Need to Know for Foreigners Doing Business in Ghana (GIPC Requirements)
Provided by Swiftlaw
As a foreigner intending to establish a business in Ghana, you may be confronted with varied and sometimes conflicting information on what the statutory requirements are and what are the benefits for establishing a business in Ghana. The Ghana Investment Promotion Centre Act (GIPC) outlines the fundamental requirements of Non-Ghanaians starting a business in Ghana.
- Liquidation of Entities in Egypt
Provided by Youssry Saleh Law Firm
The liquidation of companies in Egypt is governed by the Egyptian Companies Law. No. 159/1981, the law governs all the aspects of the companiesí liquidation including the reasons of liquidation, status of the company under liquidation, the appointment of the liquidator, responsibilities of the liquidator and revocation of the liquidator.
- Overview of the New Taxation Regime to Be Implemented in the UAE
Provided by Motei & Associates, Attorneys at Law
It has been estimated that the introduction of a value-added tax (VAT) in the UAE will generate Dh12 billion of additional revenues.
- Executing Foreign Judgments Inside & Outside Saudi Arabia
Provided by Hazim Al Madani Law Firm
Over the last two decades, the globe has experienced exceptional growth in world trade. This growth is due in part to regulations and oversight in the international the business sector, resulting in reduced risk in the worlds free market economies. The WTO and GATTs rules and regulations have been a contributing factor in increasing global trade as well
- Voter Bribery: The Treatment of this Pervasive Electoral Offence in Kenya
Provided by Ameli Inyangu & Partners
Voter bribery, if committed by a person vying for elective office adversely affects the consideration of elections as free and fair.