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Saudi Arabia: key changes to labour law

Saudi Arabia - July 21 2015 Saudi Arabia’s Council of Ministers has approved amendments to the Kingdom’s labour laws, but has delayed the implementation of new Saudisation…

Co-authors: Stuart Paterson.

Qatar: wage protection law approved

Qatar - April 30 2015 In February 2015, Qatar approved a law making it mandatory for private companies to remunerate employees directly through authorised banks…

Co-authors: Stuart Paterson.

A sardine cannot swallow a whale: ICSID tribunal declines jurisdiction under the Egypt-UAE BIT

Egypt, Global, United Arab Emirates - December 17 2014 In an Award on Jurisdiction rendered earlier this year in National Gas S.A.E. v. Arab Republic of Egypt (ICSID Case No. ARB/11/7), an ICSID tribunal…

Co-authors: Mike McClure.

DIFC courts sign a memorandum of guidance for the reciprocal enforcement of money judgments with Kenya, the first with an African state

Africa - December 10 2014 In 2014, Dubai played host to several significant Africa related conferences, such as the Africa Global Business Forum and West Africa Mining…

Co-authors: Saloni Kantaria.

UK Court of Appeal confirms contempt proceedings are extra-territorial

United Kingdom - July 24 2014 The Court has held that civil contempt proceedings may be brought against a foreign director of a foreign company (in this case a Saudi-domiciled…

Co-authors: Caroline Kehoe, Stuart Paterson, Benjamin Hopps.

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