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Jordan Securities Commission Instructions for Conferring Share Options on Public Shareholding Companies’ Employees stipulates the conditions for conferring share-option plans on employees.
Companies large or small or anyone with a commercially attractive product should consider international markets.
Are you deriving the most value out of your IP assets? Unless you have implemented an effective IP management programme, the answer will most likely be in the negative.
Commercial action was filed before the Dubai Court by a subcontractor (Party A) against (Parties B and C — together the Defendant Parties).
There is an area in one of the older districts in the emirate of Dubai that is well known for an abundance of ‘genuine fakes’.
The Electronic Signature & Electronic Transactions Law No. 78 of 2012 was approved by Iraq’s Presidential Council on 18 October 2012.
Mohamed Khodeir is a partner at Al Tamimi’s Qatar office. He joined the team in 2011 to help develop the strategic Gulf foothold through fast-paced times in the market.
An interview with Essam Al Tamimi, founder and senior partner of Al Tamimi.
The Qatar Ministry is aiming to expand the reach of application of the Foreign Investment Law.
The Ethiopian Trademark Registration and Protection Proclamation No. 501/2006 dealing with the protection of trademarks in Ethiopia was published on 7 July 2006.
Financial consultation is one of the most prevalent types of consulting throughout the world because the services that it provides are of particular interest to individuals as well as businesses.
The Iranian Trademark Registry has launched an electronic trademark application and workflow system.
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has restructured its state media and in doing so has established a new authority to regulate audio-visual broadcasters.
A new companies law has been recently promulgated in Kuwait.
Certain judgments issued by foreign religious courts may now have a greater chance of being enforced.
The judgment discussed in this briefing highlights how a mortgage can be enforced by the Execution Court in the event a debtor defaults on paying the mortgage instalments.
Definition of medical negligence according to UAE law.
Corruption can take many forms that vary in degree from the minor use of influence to institutionalised bribery.
Local and international companies in the Middle East must be compliant with several jurisdictions at the same time.
Al Tamimi’s Qatar litigation team successfully won a recent lawsuit brought on behalf of a Swiss watchmaker following a dispute that arose from the trademark registration process.