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2013 was a difficult year for Egypt as political instability and popular uprisings left domestic and Western investors unwilling to bring new business into the country. There has been an increase in investment from a number of Gulf states, in what is perceived as a political move to support the new regime.
The traditional, full-service firms are Al Kamel Law Office, Helmy, Hamza & Partners (Baker & McKenzie), Shalakany Law Office and Zaki Hashem & Partners, Attorneys at Law. A number of younger, ambitious firms are making headway: these include Zulficar & Partners Law Firm and new IP boutique NAL & Partners.
DLA Matouk Bassiouny recently demerged, and Trowers & Hamlins closed its Cairo office after ending its tie-up with Nour Law Office.
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Egyptian Competition Law No 3 of 2005 is likely to be amended very shortly. The contemplated amendments, now in a late stage of discussion and expected to be imminently issued as law by the ruling military council, are aimed at:
No merger control or approval regulation currently exists in Egypt.2 Therefore, the focus of this chapter will not be the peculiarities of Egypt's past experience but rather the prospective peculiarities of the Egyptian merger control framework.
THE EGYPTIAN ARBITRATION LAW Egypt introduced its first specific Arbitration Law in 1994 by adopting the UNCITRAL Model Law with very limited modifications.
The Egyptian Law of Protection of Competition and Prevention of Monopoly Practices was promulgated by Law No. 3 of 2005 and entered into force on 16 May 2005.
Industrial designs and drawings enjoy protection for ten years starting from the date of application for registration in Egypt, and the protection is renewable for five years.
Article on Egyptian Oil and Gas Concessions
Article on THE EGYPTIAN INCOME TAX LAWThe Consumer Protection Law no.67 of 2006 was promulgated and published on the 20 th of May 2006.The Egyptian Arbitration Law...PATENTS, TRADEMARKS AND COPYRIGHTS REGULATIONS IN EGYPTThe latest news direct from law firms. If you would like to submit press releases for your firm, send an email request to
Ekaterina Ilina, an associate of DS Law.Attorneys, was ranked in Top-4 of the leading associates in St. Petersburg according to the rating of the newspaper “Delovou Peterburg” in the nomination 'Associate of Winter Season 2014/15'.- DS Law
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The CMS Bureau Francis Lefebvre Africa team advised the Amethis Finance investment fund and Moroccan group Label’Vie on the acquisition of a stake in Compagnie de Distribution de Côte d’Ivoire (CDCI), the number two in food distribution in Côte d’Ivoire, with 127 shops around the country.- CMS
On March 16, 2015 the Regional Court in Warsaw in a case brought by Konrad Kornatowski (the former Police Commander in Chief) against Jan Rokita (a well-known Polish politician, the former member of the Polish Parliament) for payment of PLN 100,000 as compensation, dismissed the action in full and awarded against the Plaintiff to the benefit of the Defendant the amount of PLN 3,617 as reimbursement of costs of the proceedings.
The international Chambers Global 2015 rankings have again hailed the Tax Practice of Pepeliaev Group and its Managing Partner Sergey Pepeliaev the best in Russia in tax litigation (band 1 and Star Individuals).
A delegation from Pepeliaev Group recently made a business visit to London. During the trip, the firm's lawyers took part in seminars organised jointly with leading British law firms.