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
- 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
- Child Custody in the UAE: A Case Study
Provided by Hassan Elhais
Several child custody laws exist in the UAE, but they are subject to a strong power of discretion that is granted to the judge in family court matters that allow decisions to be granted in the child's best interests.
- How Blockchain Will Revolutionize a Paper World in Israel and Beyond
Provided by Barnea & Co. Law Offices
In many ways, electronic communications dominate the world as we know it. We “talk” through email, text, and social media, to the point that the written letter is almost an anachronism. Still, some areas still thrive on paper. Real estate, for example, depends on paper deeds and documentation to confirm authenticity.
- Business Incorporation in Egypt
Provided by Youssry Saleh Law Firm
Foreign enterprises wishing to conduct business in Egypt may enter the Egyptian market by establishing a permanent legal structure. Foreign investors are permitted to establish various types of entities by the Egyptian law.
- 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.
- Brief overview of innovations in the Labor Code in the Democratic Republic of Congo
Provided by Yav & Associates
In the Democratic Republic of Congo, with the socio-economic evolution and international labor standards, certain provisions of the Law No. 015-2002 of 16 October 2002 establishing the Labor Code were inadequate, resulting in difficulties for their application. It has therefore proved necessary to bring them into line with realities. Hence the promulgation of Law No. 16/010 of 15 July 2016 amending and supplementing the Law No. 015-2002 on the Labor Code.
- How to Create a Valid Power of Attorney in Ghana
Provided by AB LexMall & Associates
In Ghana, Powers of Attorney are governed by the Power of Attorney Act 1998, Act 549.
- Jordan’s Judicial Authorities Branch
Provided by Abdullah & Partners Law Firm
The constitution of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan clearly states that the judicial branch of the country is independent while judges only recognize the power and authority of the law.
- 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.