Doing business in the UAE

Legal Briefing

CMS’s John O’Connor and Harkee Wilson discuss the challenges and issues businesses face operating in the UAE and investigate some of the recent changes in the business environment.

Forum shopping? The case for litigating in Ireland

Legal Briefing

As business has become increasingly global, the selection of an appropriate choice of governing law and jurisdiction to determine disputes arising from commercial contracts is of growing importance. It is an issue which can, and often does, significantly affect the outcome of the legal process. Dillon Eustace’s head of litigation, Kieran Cowhey, and partner John …

French jurisdiction when assessing evidence in cross-border disputes – more advantages than you think

Legal Briefing

There is a well-known difference between common law systems and civil law systems when it comes to evidence gathering. Because of that difference, citizens in common law regimes tend to believe that their jurisdiction is more favourable with regards to evidence gathering as what is known as the discovery process compels parties to communicate the …

Doing business in Iran

Legal Briefing

Behnam Khatami, Hooman Sabeti and Amir Mirtaheri of Sabeti & Khatami discuss the opportunities and challenges of the Iranian market.

The legal framework for employee inventions in France

Legal Briefing

The principles that preside over employees inventions in France are well defined by the law. Indeed, article L611-8 of the French Intellectual Property Code (IPC) clearly defines the rules of ownership of invention and remuneration, for various situations, which differ depending on whether the employee has an inventive mission or not.