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Qatar: diplomatic ties severed – implications for business

Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt and Bahrain have severed diplomatic ties with, and transport links to, Qatar. This article looks at initial issues that companies may take into consideration to ensure business continuity.

Law Firm: Herbert Smith Freehills | Published: 13 June 2017 | Practice Area: Telecoms

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The M&A outlook in the Middle East: a look back at 2014 and beyond

In this Q&A, Latham & Watkins offers some key takeaways from last October's 'Megatrends in Mergers & Acquisitions' conference, including how market trends in the Middle East compare to the global M&A outlook and how changes in regulatory regimes may impact the future of the market.

Law Firm: Latham & Watkins | Published: 02 January 2015 | Practice Area: Merger Control

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Corporate Counsel Forum Africa - the annual meeting place for Africa's top GCs

The second annual Corporate Counsel Forum Africa, in partnership with the Corporate Lawyers Association of South Africa, offers an opportunity to meet with peers and industry experts from across Africa to discuss the evolving role of in-house counsel in today’s demanding business world.

Law Firm: Legal Week Events | Published: 16 August 2013 | Practice Area: Regulation and Enforcement

An overview of arbitration in Egypt, Israel, Nigeria, South Africa and UAE

As part of the International Arbitration 2011 guide, this article provides an introduction and overview to how arbitration is carried out in the Middle East and Africa. To further illustrate these points, selected countries in the two regions are looked at in greater detail.

Law Firm: Habib Al Mulla & Company | Published: 18 August 2011 | Practice Area: Arbitration

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Middle East unrest – the concept of Force Majeure in Egypt

There is no specific definition of Force Majeure under Egyptian law, but the concept is contained within article 165 of the Egyptian Civil Code. In this briefing SNR Denton provides more details.

Law Firm: SNR Denton | Published: 18 March 2011 | Practice Area: Central Government

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When must a party elect between contractual termination and common law repudiation?

Rajah Tann outlines a recent case in which the English High Court held that a notice of contractual termination cannot serve as an acceptance of repudiatory breach if the contract and general law provide alternative rights which have different consequences. This contrasted a case in 2009 where the...view abstract

Law Firm: Rajah & Tann | Published: 14 September 2010 | Practice Area: Alternative Dispute Resolution

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