Free legal helpline by Arcturus Advisors
Dubai, November 6, 2013
Legal advisory service Arcturus Advisors has launched the UAE’s first free online legal helpline to support the UAE community with answers to the difficult legal questions.
With more than 15 years experience in the UAE, Arcturus Advisors is perfectly positioned to provide expert guidance on the legal framework of the country, particularly in terms of corporate and commercial law, a statement said.
The service is open to anyone with a valid legal question, whether individuals, SME’s or multi-national corporations, and all questions are answered within 48 hours, it said.
Questions are limited to one per person per month, with popular questions asked so far on the subjects of labour contracts and contractual disputes (with employers and shareholders).
Arcturus Advisors’ primary focus is on employment law, joint venture set up, partnerships and shareholder agreements, company structuring, contracts, and commercial transactions and settlements. While value-added services on offer include risk assessment of company policy and practices, and will advice and preparation, it said. –TradeArabia News Service
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