Many local organisations do not give sufficient consideration to planning for a crisis in advance, an expert has warned.
Global law firm DLA Piper's litigation, arbitration and investigations partner Adam Vause told the Gulf D
Global law firm DLA Piper has announced that there is still time for companies in Kuwait to become compliant with the recently-introduced Companies Law, for which amendments were passed by the National Assembly and published last week.
The international lawyers pro bono forum, which is under establishment in Bahrain, has convened with the objective of setting up a plan to begin its activities of undertaking voluntary projects for the benefit of society.
Outsourcing business units can help companies gain access to skills they do not have and also drive down operating costs and capital expenditure, but when embarking on outsourcing one should be very careful, said an expert.
UAE would have an active M&A (merger and acquisition) sector in the Middle East in 2012, said nearly three-quarters of business leaders in a recent survey.
More than half also felt that Saudi Arabia (68 per cent) and Qatar (56 per cent
More than two thirds (69 per cent) of the business leaders in the Middle East are confident about their company's revenue growth for 2012, according to a recent survey by global law firm DLA Piper.
Almost half (49 per cent) of the
The new regulations in Abu Dhabi real estate sector including compulsory registration of all leases covering residential; commercial and industrial property is good for both tenants and landlords, said legal experts DLA Piper.
DLA Piper, a leading full service business law firm, has announced the appointment of veteran lawyer Sean Angle to lead its finance and projects practice group in the Middle East region.
Having spent over 20 years' working in the region, S
DLA Piper, an international legal practice, has appointed Murad Abida as head of Corporate for the Middle East, in its Dubai office.
Murad, a Jordanian national with a plethora of regional expertise, was previously joint head of the Corpor
DLA Piper has appointed Abdul Aziz Al-Yaqout as the new regional managing partner for the Middle East. The appointment will see Abdul Aziz lead seven offices across the GCC countries.
Abdul Aziz succeeds David Church, who has led DLA