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AS & Associates | Bangladesh | 12 Jan 2022

Crisis for outsourced workers in Bangladesh

The unitary character of "employer" as a concept has received a major blow with the rising popularity of outsourcing workers. While this is considered a cost-reduction strategy for corporations, it hampers workers' rights. While the avoidance of employment benefits might be of pertinent interest to the employers, such practices make a paradigm shift in the unitary concept of employer under......
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AS & Associates | Bangladesh | 5 Jan 2022

Understanding minimum leave entitlements

There is no separate legislation that regulates employment in Bangladesh; however, the Labour Act 2006 is considered as the minimum standard for employee benefits. This article looks at one of the most significant baseline benefits – leave – and gives an overview of the provisions of leave under the relevant legal framework.
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Accord Chambers | Bangladesh | 21 Dec 2021

The Mergers & Acquisitions Review: Bangladesh

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The Mergers & Acquisitions Review

Editor: Mark Zerdin

Slaughter and May

The Mergers & Acquisitions Review provides a practical overview of global M&A activity and the legal and regulatory frameworks governing M&A transactions in major jurisdictions worldwide. With a focus on recent developments and trends, it examines key issues including relevant competition, tax and employment law considerations; financing; due diligence; and much more.

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AS & Associates | Bangladesh | 15 Dec 2021

Contextualising workplace sexual harassment

Despite overwhelming attention in the media and the legal arena, sexual harassment in workplaces remains a significant challenge in Bangladesh. This includes unwanted flirting, name-calling, sexual assaults, threats and other forms of control and coercion, and complaints of sexual harassment are rarely heard by the courts. This article looks at the impending legal mechanism and the......

Labour & Employment

Editors: K. Lesli Ligorner, Matthew Howse, Sabine Smith-Vidal, Walter Ahrens and Michael D. Schlemmer

Morgan Lewis

Quick reference guide enabling side-by-side comparison of local insights, including legislation, protected employee categories and enforcement agencies; worker representation; checks on applicants; terms of employment; rules on foreign workers; post-employment restrictive covenants; liability for acts of employees; taxation of employees; employee-created IP; data protection; business transfers; termination of employment; dispute resolution; and recent trends.

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Accord Chambers | Bangladesh | 3 Nov 2021

The Oil and Gas Law Review: Bangladesh

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The Oil and Gas Law Review

Editor: Christopher B. Strong

Vinson & Elkins LLP

The Oil and Gas Law Review is a practical overview of the legal and regulatory regimes governing the oil and gas industry in key jurisdictions worldwide. Focusing on recent developments, it is a useful reference point for those navigating major issues such as licensing requirements, tax liabilities, environmental regulations, foreign investment restrictions and much more.

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Ravenscroft & Schmierer | Bangladesh, Cambodia, China, etc. | 1 Nov 2021

14 Things to Know About Germany’s New Supply Chain Due Diligence Law

The German Supply Chain Due Diligence Law (Lieferkettensorgfaltspflichtengesetz [LkSG]) was enacted by the German Bundestag on 11 June 2021 and will…
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Gall | Bangladesh, Cambodia, Hong Kong, etc. | 29 Oct 2021

Enforcement of Arbitral Awards in Asia

Arbitration as a means to solve contractual disputes often involving a variety of international parties, multinational concerns, global financial…
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