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Business Laws of Qatar joins Lexgulf’s Arab Business Law Library
Lexgulf Publishers announces that in June 2010 a new looseleaf title will be added to the company’s well established Arab Business Law Library, presently comprising Business Laws of Saudi Arabia, Business Laws of the United Arab Emirates, Business Laws of Kuwait, the Register of Laws of the Arabian Gulf, and the forthcoming (June 2010) Business Laws of Oman.
Looseleaf publication with Main Volume & Subsequent Updating Supplements
The new title is Business Laws of Qatar. The publication contains expert translations from Arabic into English of the major laws relating to business in the Emirate of Qatar. Fully indexed, the initial volume of laws as listed below will be both expanded by the issue of supplements in each subsequent year containing the translation into English of further Qatari business laws as well as amendments to existing laws. The Updating Supplements will be published on annual subscription. In 2010 the translated laws will be published in regular instalments throughout the year commencing with the Civil Code.
Simmons & Simmons is Advisor to Business Laws of Qatar
The international law firm Simmons & Simmons, which has had an office in Doha, Qatar, for some years, is Advisor to the publication in the selection of laws for translation, and is also contributing an Introduction to business law in Qatar.
Highly Experienced Translator
Lexgulf’s translator for Business Laws of Qatar is Philip Gordon, a highly experienced translator from Arabic into English, particularly of legal documents, and a graduate of Cambridge University and the University of Cairo. Philip Gordon has lived and worked in the Middle East for many years.