Should directors be concerned with the return of the Crown Preference?

From 1 December 2020, HMRC’s preferential creditor status will be restored. During this time of economic uncertainty, it is essential for directors to be aware of the impact this will have on their business should it become insolvent. Insolvency specialist Aman Sehgal shares his practical tips for directors who are concerned about the financial position of their […]

Hannah BuddPartner, Keystone Law

IR Global Australasian Group Virtual Meeting

The Australasian Group held their Virtual Meeting today, celebrating the first day of summer in the Southern Hemisphere.  Fifteen attendees were present, with Ross Koffel of Koffels Solicitors & Barristers chairing the meeting; and Mark Copeland of Mark Copeland Lawyers arranging the guest speaker, Simon Tupman, as well as preparing and circulating the days’ agenda. […]

Ross KoffelPrincipal, Koffels Solicitors & Barristers

Elucidation on the legal aspects regarding the outbreak of new Corona virus (COVID-19), state procedures, its violations and associated penalties

Taher Legal Group publishes a legal study on the Corona Virus (COVID -19 Corona Virus Disease 2019) and its impact on the private sector according to Kuwaiti law and the effects of the partial curfew imposed in the State of Kuwait. In light of the state of emergency imposed in the State of Kuwait, which […]

Doing Business in Kuwait: Overview

Fawaz Alkhateeb of Taher Group recently took part in a Q&A that gives an overview of key recent developments affecting doing business in Kuwait as well as an introduction to the legal system; foreign investment, including restrictions, currency regulations and incentives; and business vehicles and their relevant restrictions and liabilities. The article also summarises the laws […]