Webinar | A Comparative Analysis on the Latest Taxation Developments in the GCC | 5 October 2020 | 4PM to 5PM (UAE & Oman time) / 3PM to 4PM (Bahrain & KSA time)05/10/2020 16:00
In 2015, the GCC countries agreed to sign the Framework Agreement setting out a collaborative VAT system among the countries. LexisNexis Middle East, in partnership with Aurifer Middle East Tax, are hosting a webinar on 5 October 2020 from 4PM to 5PM (UAE & Oman time) / 3PM to 4PM (Bahrain & KSA time) on the latest taxation developments in the GCC.
The UAE Cabinet of Ministers has issued Cabinet Resolution No. 57 of 2020 (the “amended ES Regulations”) along with updated Guidance clarifying the amended ES which repeals and replaces the original ES Regulations. The New Guidance has brought many changes and provided several clarifications on the ESR Requirements for entities in the UAE. Join LexisNexis Middle East, in collaboration with MBG Corporate Services, for a free webinar to learn more about the recent changes announced in the amended Economic Substance Regulations.
Webinar | A Look at Egypt’s Data Protection Law | 26 October 2020 | 5PM to 6PM (UAE time) / 3PM to 4PM (Egypt time)26/10/2020 17:00
On July 13, 2020, Egypt issued its first ever Data Protection Law (Egypt Law No. 151/2020). The Executive Regulations to be issued for the new Data Protection Law shall specify the policies, criteria, requirements and rules that shall be met for the transfer, storage, sharing, processing and protecting personal data across borders. The new Data Protection Law will enter into force in Egypt on 15 October 2020. Join LexisNexis Middle East and Soliman, Hashish and Partners on 26 October 2020 from 5PM to 6PM (UAE time) / 3PM to 4PM (Egypt time) for a webinar we will discuss the policies, criteria, requirements and rules of this newly issued law and what this means for your business.
A commercial lawyer is essentially called to balance not only a legal risk, but a business and commercial risk. Whereas the commercial contracts are the siege where liability limitations, risk mitigation and the overall obligations are enshrined, a commercial lawyer should be well accustomed to the anticipated risks of litigation and should be able to project the application of that contract to the business relationship per se. For this, both the substantive and procedural laws need to be well taken into consideration in order to insure a genuine limitation of liability, protection rests, as well as a correct management of that contract. Whereas the UAE Law provides the regulatory tools in this respect, this discussion aims at exploring and explaining them, to support the practitioner to a better and more valuable advice to the client.
Tax Series Certificate: Tax Legislation and Applied Practices – Saudi Arabia Edition | Online Training | 29 September to 21 October 202029/09/2020 18:00 - 21/10/2020 20:00
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is executing one of the most ambitious and remarkable tax reforms in history. The country has successfully implemented indirect taxes on the Federal level in the form of Value Added Tax ('VAT') and Excise Tax. On the other hand, the KSA has also put particular effort into developing its direct tax legislative framework to adapt to the recent updates in the international tax practices. Join LexisNexis Middle East, Burhan Almarifa and Aurifer Middle East Tax for a Tax Series Certification, which will be delivered in Arabic and will provide participants with a strategic overview of the KSA taxation framework and its underlying principles.
A nonconventional trademark, also known as a nontraditional trademark, is any new type of trademark which does not belong to a pre-existing, conventional category of trade mark, and which is often difficult to register, but which may nevertheless fulfill the essential trademark function of uniquely identifying the commercial origin of products or services. LexisNexis, in partnership with CWB Legal and the DIFC Academy, will host a course on nonconventional trademarks. During this training session, we will look at examples of nonconventional trademarks in the UAE and provide practical guidance for registering these types of trademarks.
Anti-Money Laundering: Enforcement and Regulation in the UAE and Gulf | Online Training | 6 October 2020 | 5PM to 7PM06/10/2020 17:00
The new anti-money laundering (AML) law of the UAE took effect at the end of October 2018. Containing features recommended by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), the new law introduces subtle but important changes to the AML landscape in the UAE. LexisNexis Middle East, in partnership Pinsent Masons and the DIFC Academy, will host a training course on AML: Enforcement and Regulation in the UAE and Gulf.
Following the success of previous instalments, LexisNexis and DIFC Academy is pleased to announce another instalment of a series of courses that bridge the gap between the civil law and common law systems that co-exist in the UAE.
LexisNexis Middle East, in partnership with Charles Russell Speechlys and the DIFC Academy, will host a training session on settlements in cross-border disputes. During this training, we will look at settlement and alternative dispute resolution (ADR), covering best practice and pitfalls to avoid.
The assumption is often made that, if the manager or a director of a company is signing a contract, they have authority to do so and no further enquiry is necessary. Unfortunately, this is not necessarily the case. LexisNexis Middle East, in partnership with Al Tamimi & Co the DIFC Academy, will host a training session on the execution of documents. Our experts will examine some of the differences between English law and local laws in this area and highlight various potential pitfalls for the unwary.
LexisNexis Middle East, in partnership with Galadari Advocates & Legal Consultants and the DIFC Academy, will host a training session on Insolvency in Construction. In this training session, our subject specialist considers what you need to do when you find out that the party you are in contract with has become (or is about to become) insolvent.
Along with the heightened awareness of cybersecurity in recent times, it is essential that organisations develop a comprehensive and appropriate cyber insurance policy. LexisNexis Middle East, in partnership with CMS and the DIFC Academy, will host a session on cyber insurance.
Investing in the UAE and Gulf: Mergers & Acquisitions, Private Equity Investments and Joint Ventures | Online Training | 9 to 10 November 2020 | 5PM to 7PM09/11/2020 17:00 - 10/11/2020 19:00
LexisNexis, in collaboration with King & Spalding Law and DIFC Academy, is running a training programme on everything you need to know about investing in the UAE and Gulf, from the Laws to the latest trends. This training programme includes three courses, covering theoretical and practical aspects.
When establishing a presence in the UAE, foreign investors have the choice of either incorporating in one of the UAE's many economic free trade zones or freezones, or opting to incorporate in onshore UAE. LexisNexis Middle East, in partnership with Squire Patton Boggs and the DIFC Academy, will host a training session about foreign investment in the GCC. Our experts explain how the UAE's legislative framework is helping to support foreign investors.
The 2020 Qatar Business Law Forum & Awards Ceremony is back in Doha!
After the success of previous editions of the Oman Business Law Forums, gathering over 100 people from the Omani legal and business community, LexisNexis, in collaboration with the Omani Lawyers Association and Omani British Lawyers Association, will host the 4th Oman Business Law Forum that will cover the latest legal developments and trends in Oman.
After the success of previous editions of the Kuwait Business Law Forums, LexisNexis, in collaboration with Al Yaqout & Al-Fouzan Legal Group, will host the 4th Kuwait Business Law Forum that will cover the latest legal developments and trends in Kuwait.