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Lawyers in Dubai
31 Oct 2019

Tort of Trade Mark Passing Off

The Tort of Trade Mark Passing Off Around the World Introduction The reason trademarks are so crucial in the modern business world is due to how the customers and consumer loyalty work. Often, when considering a particular industry such as, for example, fast food, there will be specific names which…

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Property Lawyers in Abu Dhabi
30 Oct 2019

Patent Infringement Global Perspective

Patent Infringement: A Global Perspective Ideas and innovation are the cornerstones of any successful corporation. Given that modernisation and globalisation has had a significant impact on corporations, it is only fair that the ideas defining these businesses are given protection from being misused, manipulated or stolen. Stolen ideas is a…

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Lawyers in Dubai
23 Oct 2019

Common Intention Singapore Criminal Law

Common Intention Under Singapore Criminal Law Introduction The settlement in the former British crown colony on the Strait of Malacca which consists of four trade centres, namely, Penang, Singapore, Malacca and Labuan often referred to as the Straits Settlement which was taken over by the British East Indian Company. The…

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Lawyers in Dubai
21 Oct 2019

GM Food Technology in UAE

GM Food Technology in UAE & Global Purview   “The Food You Eat Can Be Either The Safest & Most Powerful Form of Medicine or the Slowest Form of Poison”     -Ann Wigmore Since times immemorial humans have cultivated crops for food, they have been picky about beneficial traits for bumper breeding.…

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Media Lawyers in Dubai
07 Oct 2019

Regulation on Pharmaceutical Industry in the UK

Regulation on Pharmaceutical Industry in the UK Imagine that you are an entrepreneur in the pharmaceutical industry having recently made a scientific breakthrough in a critical field. Your first instinct is to get this breakthrough certified and licensed, so it can be manufactured and sold to the masses who require…

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Employment Laws in UAE
06 Oct 2019

Redundancy of Employment

Redundancy of Employment Redundancy is one of the most contested and controversial aspects of employment, especially with regards to economies with unfavourable economic climates. Many employers may sometimes be faced with the unfortunate challenge of instituting changes into their business and their business practices in order to reduce operating costs…

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Lawyers in Dubai
19 Sep 2019

Intellectual Property Regime in UK

Intellectual Property Regime in the United Kingdom Introduction The European Union (EU) is one of the world most significant economic powers. There is a considerable population of around 500 Million that lives within its member states, and the GDP is about $19 trillion. However, while the EU, as an organisation,…

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Lawyers in Abu Dhabi
02 Sep 2019

Force Majeure Clauses Limitation of Liability

Force Majeure Clauses and the Limitation of Liability Introduction Force majeure roughly translates to ‘superior force’ and is used when referring to unforeseeable events taking place. For the most part, unforeseeable events are not attractive prospects for any individual, especially in the case of business agreements. While contracts generally do…

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Healthcare lawyers in UAE
06 Aug 2019

Non-insane Automatism in Criminal Law

Non-insane Automatism in Criminal Law There are many different terms and concepts in criminal law; one of the most interesting is automatism. Automatism negates and could avoid criminal responsibility. The term automatism is used in Criminal law to describe behaviour that occurs when a person is unconscious to the fact…

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Lawyers in Dubai
16 Jul 2019

Anti Bribery & Anti Corruption UK

Article on Anti Bribery & Anti Corruption Law in the United Kingdom “In these times, a great leader must be extremely brave. Their leadership must     be steered only by their conscience, not a bribe.” – Suzy Kassem This article sets out brief summaries of the United Kingdom (UK) Anti Bribery…

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arbitration lawyers in Abu Dhabi
11 Jul 2019

Arbitration Law under the UN

Arbitration Law under the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law Established on 17 December 1966, The United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) was founded in response to the realization that the trans-global community is acutely economically connected. Understanding this assembly, UNCITRAL was enacted to govern bodies participating…

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Lawyers in Dubai
11 Jul 2019

filing a wrong police complaint UAE

What are the consequences of filing a wrong police complaint in the United Arab Emirates? Introduction A simple Google search of the name "Jussie Smollett" will lead to a finding of what the consequences of filing a wrong police complaint can be. Fortunately for Mr Smollet, the felony charges for…

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taxation lawyers in UK
13 Jun 2019

Capital Gains Tax UK Real Estate

Non-Resident Capital Gains Tax on United Kingdom Real Estate: A New Regime Introduction The legislation encompassing the new regime for taxing non-residents’ gains on the United Kingdom (UK) commercial real estate came into effect on 6th April 2019. Her Majesty’s Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has additionally published draft guidance on…

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taxation lawyers in UAE
13 Jun 2019

BEPS (OECD)-taxation

BEPS (OECD?) - Massive Changes to Taxation of International Business Introduction The BEPS plan was launched during the 2008 financial catastrophe. The notion behind this launch was threefold (i) Firstly, to revise the international tax structure; (ii) Secondly, to align the framework with the enlargements of the global economy; and…

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