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Clyde & Co
Following recent changes introduced by the Qatar government to facilitate greater access to the country, the nationals of 80 countries will now no longer need to apply or pay for a visa upon arrival into Qatar.
Clyde & Co
Qatar is continuing to drive forward its legislative and regulatory agenda for financial services; particularly taking measures to strengthen the requirements in the insurance sector where recent growth...
K&L Gates
We are currently witnessing the annual Gulf summer slowdown as locals and expats travel during their annual leave.
K&L Gates
The change in the geopolitical situation in the GCC as a result of a number of countries severing all diplomatic ties with Qatar and blocking all borders (air, land and sea) with it has raised some initial concerns...
Clyde & Co
As cyber and data risks continue to grow, understanding the exposures and finding ways to put in place preventative measures and compliance programmes are key.
Meyer-Reumann & Partners
Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt, Yemen, Libya, and Maldives have undertaken the measure of severing diplomatic ties with Qatar.
Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
In the past, Qatar's application of the New York Convention has been somewhat unpredictable.
Clyde & Co
The Minister of Education and Higher Education has recently published Resolution No. 10 of 2017, Concerning the Provision of Educational Services (Educational Services Resolution).
Andrews Kurth LLP
On 5 and 6 June 2017, the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (Saudi), Egypt, Bahrain, Yemen and the Maldives all separately announced that they were severing diplomatic relations with Qatar.
Jones Day
This rift represents the most significant diplomatic dispute within the Gulf Cooperation Council since its inception, and early signs indicate that the dispute may be prolonged.
Dentons
Does the current diplomatic crisis constitute a qualifying event for the enforcement of a force majeure clause of a construction contract?
Clyde & Co
Qatar's population has risen from around 600,000 in 2000 to in excess of 2.2 million at the end of 2016.
Dentons
Qatar has recently published laws which further protect the rights and privacy of individuals.
Dentons
H.H the Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani issued Law No.6 of 2017 amending some provisions of Law No.7 of 1987 on Regulating the Conduct of Business Activities by GCC nationals in the State of Qatar...
Clyde & Co
On 23 November 2016, Law No. 15 of 2016 with respect to Civil Human Resources (the New Law) repealed Law No. 8 of 2009 with respect to the Human Resources Management Law.
Dentons
In our March overview we consider the introduction of Law No 2 of 2017 (the New Arbitration Law) in Qatar.
Clyde & Co
The new Qatar Arbitration Law supersedes equivalent provisions in the Qatar Civil and Commercial Procedure Code and significantly reforms Qatar arbitration law.
Proskauer Rose LLP
At the end of last year, Qatar became the first Gulf state to enact a comprehensive privacy law
Proskauer Rose LLP
At the end of last year, Qatar became the first Gulf state to enact a comprehensive privacy law.
Clyde & Co
The Qatari government has passed a law requiring a minimum level of protection for personal data within the State of Qatar.
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Clyde & Co
Until recently, salaries and any other sums payable to employees under their contract of employment were paid to an employees' account at a bank agreed by the parties, or to an agent appointed by the employee.
Clyde & Co
As cyber and data risks continue to grow, understanding the exposures and finding ways to put in place preventative measures and compliance programmes are key.
K&L Gates
We are currently witnessing the annual Gulf summer slowdown as locals and expats travel during their annual leave.
K&L Gates
The change in the geopolitical situation in the GCC as a result of a number of countries severing all diplomatic ties with Qatar and blocking all borders (air, land and sea) with it has raised some initial concerns...
Meyer-Reumann & Partners
Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Egypt, Yemen, Libya, and Maldives have undertaken the measure of severing diplomatic ties with Qatar.
Clyde & Co
Qatar is continuing to drive forward its legislative and regulatory agenda for financial services; particularly taking measures to strengthen the requirements in the insurance sector where recent growth...
Clyde & Co
This article will now try to address some of the questions which are often raised in relation to the employment provisions of the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC) in the context of those of the Labour Law.
TMF Group
Qatar's Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs (MoLSA) and the Qatar Central Bank (QCB) are introducing Wage Protection System (WPS) and companies must be compliant by 3 November 2015.
Clyde & Co
Where individuals are excluded from the Labour Law, their employment is subject to alternative legal and regulatory provisions.
Clyde & Co
Qatar's population has risen from around 600,000 in 2000 to in excess of 2.2 million at the end of 2016.
Dentons
Does the current diplomatic crisis constitute a qualifying event for the enforcement of a force majeure clause of a construction contract?
Proskauer Rose LLP
At the end of last year, Qatar became the first Gulf state to enact a comprehensive privacy law.
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