S&P recently contributed to Chambers TMT guide which provides an in-depth look into the TMT market in Egypt with particular highlights of the legal, and regulatory applications and challenges. The TMT guide answered a number of important questions including the telecommunications regulatory requirements, consumer protection
On March 1st, 2020, the Egyptian Minister of Supply and Internal Trading issued the Ministerial Decree No. 41 of 2020 (the “Decree”) amending the Executive Regulations of the Commercial Register Law No. 34 of 1976 (the “Law”). Under the said Decree, all existing companies in
Do you want to compare other jurisdictions? Legal framework 2.1. Are there statutory sources of labour and employment law? The sources of labour and employment law in Egypt are as follows: the Labour Law (12/2003), with numerous ministerial decrees serving as its executive regulations; the
Ibrahim Shehata and Dina El-Saiedi of Shehata & Partners give an insight into some key enforcement issues in Egypt, including debt collection, the enforcement of arbitral awards and the costs of enforcement. This article will discuss enforcement-related issues in Egypt. The main focus is to
An employment contract shall fulfil equality, meaning that it shall protect both the employee and the employer. One of the major issues in this regard are cases where an employee is not fit in his/her position, resulting in a non-efficient work environment for the employer.
Green finance has become a hot topic in the banking, finance, and business fields worldwide. International efforts have taken place, especially in recent years, to promote business and economic sustainability through green finance tools. These efforts aim to diversify, reinforce and stabilise the worldwide economy
Natural Gas is currently the main source of hydrogen production; however, green hydrogen is gaining more and more momentum and might be replacing Natural Gas soon; at least partially. To define it, green hydrogen is a light and a highly reactive fuel, produced through the
Shehata & Partners (“S&P”) is pleased to announce the winning of a major Labor case for NOMAC. Our litigation team, led by Mohamed Osama, had successfully secured a favorable judgment for our client, NOMAC, a Saudi company operating in Egypt (“Client”), in the labor dispute
On the 1st of March 2021, the Litigation team of Shehata & Partners in conjunction with the Italian law firm Pavia e Ansaldo were able to push for a favourable amicable settlement to our Client, an Italian agricultural giant. The Client engaged with Shehata &
The Egyptian Government has set renewable energy targets of 20% of the electricity mix by 2022 and 42% by 2035. However, by the end of 2019, the nominal capacity for electricity production in Egypt sat at 56 GW, with a surplus of about 25 GW.