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Clyde & Co
The Qatar Central Bank (the "QCB") stated in its recent Financial Stability Review for 2018* that efforts were in place to harmonise the Shariah regulatory framework for the Islamic banking
Clyde & Co
However, there is still some confusion.
Al Tamimi & Company
The 2022 FIFA World Cup™ is shaping up to be a momentous event. It will be the first to be held in the Middle East and the first to be hosted by an Arab country.
Clyde & Co
It is well over a year now since Qatar became the first GCC country to enact a specific national law relating to data protection.
Al Tamimi & Company
In December 2017, the Qatar Financial Center (‘QFC') introduced legislative changes to the existing QFC Trust Regulations.
Fakhoury Law Group
The requirement to register applies to all categories of engineers, project managers and surveyors already holding residence permits in Qatar.
Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart
In separate developments, Qatar has taken two steps that will extend employment rights and access to justice for claimants.
This update provides a summary of legal developments in the State of Qatar in reference to No. 9-17 of 2017 and 1-2 of 2018 of the Law Gazette
Clyde & Co
It is a year since Qatar became the first GCC country to enact a specific national law relating to data protection.
Clyde & Co
At the end of 2016, the legislative framework for data protection in Qatar was overhauled by Law No. 13 of 2016 Concerning Personal Data Protection (the DPL).
Baker & McKenzie
The political and economic boycott of Qatar, which began on 5 June 2017 when Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt cut diplomatic ties with Qatar ...
Al Tamimi & Company
Security is of paramount importance in relation to commercial lending.
K&L Gates
As the crisis between the GCC remains unresolved, the adverse impact of the crisis and the blockade on Qatar cannot be ignored.
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.
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