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ELA Middle East Africa Newsletter

By:

Ben Brown, Clyde & Co., UAE
Ernest Sembatya, MMAKS, Uganda
Lusanda Raphulu, Bowmans, South Africa
Mary Ekemezie, Udo Udoma Belo-Osagie, Nigeria
Akoh Ocheni, Udo Udoma Belo-Osagie, Nigeria
Mesfin Tafessee, Mesfin Tafesse & Associates, ALN, Ethiopia
Pnina Broder, Naschitz Brandes Amir, Israel
Sonal Sejpal, Anjarwalla & Khanna, Kenya
 

 

Submitted by Firm:
Anjarwalla & Khanna Advocates
Firm Contacts:
Sonal Sejpal
Article Type:
Legal Update
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ELA Middle East Africa Newsletter

The Employment Law Alliance (ELA) is proud to present its first newsletter from the ELA MEA (Middle East and Africa) Region. We are very proud of this significant development which signals a continued entrenchment of our unique efforts at strengthening cross-border and multi-jurisdictional collaboration and conversations and furthering the ELA network worldwide. This newsletter is intended to be of interest to both practitioners and clients.

In this issue we explore the following employment areas: the employer-employee relationship, pre- and post-contractual obligations, tension wrought by judicial hierarchy and contradictory judicial decisions, termination circumstances and the attitudes adopted by employment tribunals, and the breakdown of the differing laws and regulations governing employment law in the eight countries.  

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