Middle East Analysis
Technology M&A is leading the way in Israel as foreign companies clamour to invest, but will a regulator’s U-turn put the brakes on growth?
The Middle Eastern market is lucrative, but for international firms business nuances are tricky. To guide you through, The Lawyer has researched the region and the legal players to collaborate with. Here’s a taster of our findings
A maturing economy, political stability and innovations such as industry hubs make Dubai and Abu Dhabi inviting – if you can get your feet under the table
Middle East Briefings
Israel’s frustrating sanctions regime: common compliance pitfalls download subscription
Compliance hurdles have dismayed exporters. Lacking guidance, companies have developed robust trade policies and armed themselves with legal memoranda, opinions and even ’pre-rulings’ or ’quasi-licenses’
Middle East News
DWF is launching in Dubai, the firm’s first office outside of the UK and Ireland.
Gibson Dunn & Crutcher partner Peter Gray will undergo cross-examination in the High Court in early March over allegations that he submitted evidence containing falsified information during a September 2013 case for the government of Djibouti.
Middle East firm Al Tamimi & Company has agreed an association with an Egyptian firm in a bid to take advantage of the country’s improving outlook despite continuing political unrest.
Saudi Arabian firm the Law Office of Abdulaziz H. Fahad has converted into a professional service partnership, with the aim of ensuring future partner promotions and succession planning.