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  • The Transfer of Technology Contract in the Egyptian Law: The Governing Rules
       Provided by Youssry Saleh Law Firm

    The Transfer of Technology Contract is one of the contracts which are included in the Egyptian Commercial Law No. 17/1999, due to the new era of significant expansion in the field of technology contracts and the legal issues that face the transfer of technology processes at the international level as a result of the conflict of interests between the parties of these processes.

  • Steps to File Trademark Infringement Case in UAE
       Provided by HHS Lawyers & Legal Consultants

    Trademark Infringement is indeed a worldwide concern that businesses from around the world have to face almost every day of their lives, and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is not an exception to that. There are cases that are still arising from one end of the country to the other, and having as much information as you can with regard to this kind of topic is useful and knowledgeable lest you’ll be in the same shoes as the others.

  • Patent Application in Ghana
       Provided by AB LexMall & Associates

    Patent means the title granted to protect an invention. The law explains further that an invention is an idea of an inventor which permits in practice the solution to a specific problem in the field of technology. Inventions relates to the product itself or the process.

  • The Fiscal System in the UAE
       Provided by Eptalex

    Following the issuance of the UAE VAT law at the end of August 2017, and the simultaneous launch of the UAE Federal Tax Authority (FTA) website, businesses and individuals can now start to make changes to their core operations, financial management and book-keeping, technology, as well as human resources and consultants if necessary.

  • Finality of Arbitral Awards under Ethiopian Arbitration Law
       Provided by Sirak and Michael Law Office

    Ethiopian arbitration is law is under explored. Among the issues that need careful attention and proper explanation is the meaning of finality of arbitral awards. Understanding this a necessity because it has a direct relation with appeal and enforcement of arbitral awards. Especially, Ethiopian law rejects the concept of lis pendens and finality of arbitral awards vis-a-vis the power of cassation.

  • Off-Shore Accounts: The Panama Fiasco
       Provided by Silver & Co., U.S. Tax Attorneys

    The disclosure of 11.5 million documents held in strict confidence by a Panama law firm displays once again how vulnerable holders of off-shore accounts are. Confidentiality has always stood at the center of offshore financial centers. With an estimated 32 TRILLION dollars held ‘offshore’, the US and other countries looked for ways to get their hands on their share.

  • 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.

  • 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.

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