Ericsson, a global leader in telecommunications, has filed a complaint in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas requesting a ruling on Ericsson's proposed global licensing fees with Apple, a company statement said.
Top rated lawyers from across India will give free advice to the expatriates in the Gulf region on all property-related matters at the upcoming Indian Property Show in Dubai, UAE.
A major showcase of properties including apartment
Saudi Arabia on Tuesday opened new courts focusing on family disputes, the first of a series of specialised tribunals aimed at making the kingdom's legal system faster, more transparent and predictable.
Changes to the legal sy
Corporate law firm Al Ruwayeh & Partners (ASAR) has closed local share transfer formalities as legal adviser for Harsco's joint venture Bahraini company involved in the infrastructure industry.
Last year, Harsco Corporation and
The legal and business implications of cyber attacks were the focus of a special presentation on cyber risk in Bahrain and the region.
The Bahrain British Business Forum’s (BBBF) legal special interest gr
The website of the Maktoum Bin Mohammed Al Maktoum Initiatives for Legal Excellence was launched featuring both English and Arabic versions.
The site, which was launched by Taresh Eid Al-Mansouri, director-gene
Legal action could be taken against a Bahraini newspaper for its coverage of a fire at the Information Affairs Authority (IAA), in Isa Town, last week.
The fire broke out on Monday and caused damage worth aroun
The legalising of global trading of timber products will be one of the key topics of discussion at an event in Dubai next month.
The Dubai WoodShow will be held from April 8 to 10 at the Dubai International Con
A man who snapped secret pictures up women's skirts on a Boston subway train - a practice known as upskirting - did not violate the state's Peeping Tom law, Massachusetts' top court said on Wednesday, pointing to a loophole in curren
People responding to calls of incitement on social media will face legal action, Public Security chief Major-General Tariq Al Hassan said yesterday.
“Calls of incitement on social media are crimes that is penalised by the la