Egypt Legal Articles
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The Egyptian Labor Law No. 12/2003 regulates the rules of investigation with employees and imposing the disciplinary penalties.
According to Article 28 of the Egyptian Labor Law No. 12/2003 any foreign national intends to perform any work in Egypt must obtain a work permit. A fine of not less than EGP 500 and not exceeding EGP 5000 shall be imposed in case of failure to comply with the above mentioned provisions. Said fine shall be imposed on the employer who hires any foreigner without considering the above mentioned provisions.
Registering a trademark in Egypt shall be carried out in accordance with the Intellectual Property Law No. 82/2002. Registering a trademark is not mandatory to use it in Egypt. However, it is preferable that the trademark's owner have his trademark registered. Said registration shall grant the owner of the trademark the exclusive right to use and license his trademark, prevent the other form registering same and take the legal procedures against any infringement of said trademark.
In this article we will discuss the author's right, particularly, the author's moral rights and whether it may be assigned or not. The Intellectual Property Law No. 82 of 2002, Third Book, regulates the protection of the copyright and the author's rights on his work.
The transfer of technology was firstly regulated by virtue of the Egyptian Commercial Code No. 17/1999. The above mentioned Law regulates the transfer of technology issue from Articles 72 to 87. The provisions of the aforementioned Law shall be compulsory applied to any transfer of technology agreement that shall be implemented in Egypt.