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    Obstacles In Conducting a Precautionary Attachment in Egypt: Is Enforcement Of An Arbitral Award Effective? | MENA | Thomson Reuters

    In paradox to what is adjudicated and established in Egyptian Arbitration Law No. 27 of 1994 (“EAL”) in nexus to conducting the precautionary attachment, a recent judgment was issued by the New Cairo First Instance Court, Circuit 7 on 30 March 2019. This judgement was adjudicated upon the...

    Cost of Compliance Report 2020 and Covid-19 Update | MENA | Thomson Reuters

    An additional survey and report were undertaken to understand how financial services firms are responding to COVID-19. The results of this interim report are considered alongside those of the 11th cost of compliance report itself.

    Legal Technology Roadmaps Checklist to Support Your Journey | MENA | Thomson Reuters

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    Sanctions: what to expect in 2021 and beyond | MENA | Thomson Reuters

    We spoke to Ahmed Buckley, a sanctions and counterterrorism expert with the United Nations, for an insider's view of the global sanctions' environment and any possible impact on MENA.

    Case Study: Banque Misr | MENA | Thomson Reuters

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    Hosted Rulebook Solution Case Study: DFSA | MENA | Thomson Reuters

    A Thomson Reuters Hosted Rulebook Solution Success Story

    Case Study: ONESOURCE Indirect Tax, MENA | MENA | Thomson Reuters

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    3 Things Clients Want in 2021 and How to Deliver Them | MENA | Thomson Reuters

    Corporate legal clients plan to decrease spend but find themselves busier than ever. Despite that, overall law firm demand declined by 5.9% in Q2 – the largest decline since 2009.