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In brief: post-acquisition planning in France

France - October 28 2020 A Q&A guide to post-acquisition planning in France, including restructuring, spin-offs, interest and dividend payments and more

Private sector equal pay law now in force

United Arab Emirates - November 11 2020 The United Arab Emirates has updated its labour law to require equal pay for men and women who perform the same work or work of equal value. The

Q&A: construction regulation and compliance in China

China - June 30 2020 This article addresses some of the key regulatory and compliance concerns in the construction industry in China, including licensing requirements and anti-bribery provisions

In brief: construction disputes in United Arab Emirates

United Arab Emirates - June 30 2020 A look at some of the key considerations surrounding construction disputes in United Arab Emirates, including specialist courts and alternative dispute resolution options

Q&A: tax on acquisitions in France

France - October 28 2020 A practical buyers' guide to tax on acquisitions in France, covering the tax treatment of different types of acquisition, domicile issues and transaction taxes, among other things

Private sector equal pay law now in force

United Arab Emirates - November 11 2020 The United Arab Emirates has updated its labour law to require equal pay for men and women who perform the same work or work of equal value. The

In brief: post-acquisition planning in France

France - October 28 2020 A Q&A guide to post-acquisition planning in France, including restructuring, spin-offs, interest and dividend payments and more

Q&A: tax on acquisitions in France

France - October 28 2020 A practical buyers' guide to tax on acquisitions in France, covering the tax treatment of different types of acquisition, domicile issues and transaction taxes, among other things

DIFC Data Protection Law - actions for employers

United Arab Emirates - September 30 2020 When the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Data Protection Law came into force, it gave organisations a three-month grace period until 1

Paid parental leave rights introduced

United Arab Emirates - September 16 2020 Following a change in the law, employees of businesses which operate in the United Arab Emirates are now entitled to five working days' paid parental