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The ICSID Convention enters into force in Iraq

Iraq - January 7 2016 The ICSID Convention entered into force in Iraq on 17 December 2015. This comes after Iraq signed the ICSID Convention and deposited its instrument…

Co-authors: Anees Naim, Craig Tevendale.


Yemen: Managing Disputes Arising Out Of The Current Instability

Yemen - December 18 2015 Yemen is currently suffering severe political, military and economic instability. In the midst of this, how can those doing business there best…

Co-authors: Laurence Shore, Caroline Kehoe, Dominic Roughton, Stuart Paterson, Craig Tevendale.


United Arab Emirates: New labour laws to come into force

United Arab Emirates - November 20 2015 The UAE Ministry of Labour (the "MoL") has issued three Ministerial Decrees aimed at bringing greater transparency to labour contracts. Employers…

Co-authors: Stuart Paterson.


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.

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