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Agency Law in the Gulf - GCC Approaches and Egyptian Influences (ISBN9781474315791)

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$82.00
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This book is the second in a series of comparative titles considering the differing legal positions in the GCC member states and Egypt.

It is edited by international experts Shaistah Akhtar of Mishcon de Reya LLP and Dr Gordon Blanke of Blanke Arbitration LLC.

Multinational companies often see franchising or distribution agreements as a useful mechanism for their initial expansion plans in the GCC.

However, it is a legal area which in the GCC needs to be handled with care. Even though the numbers of specialist laws covering the different areas of the ‘agency’ area and specialist agreement types can be less than in some other jurisdictions, there can be complex rules to consider and potential pitfalls.

The authors come from Blanke Arbitration LLC, Al Busaidy Mansoor Jamal & Co, Barristers & Legal Consultants, Al Tamimi & Company, Youssry Saleh & Partners, Al Markaz Law Firm, K&L Gates and BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP.


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