Kallas Law Firm joins IR as the exclusive Real Estate,Corporate Law and Commercial Litigation Member in Lebanon

IR Global, the world’s largest exclusive network of advisory firms is delighted to introduce Malek Kallas has joined IR as our exclusive Real Estate,Corporate Law and Commercial Litigation in Lebanon. Acting as managing partner at Kallas Law Firm, his expertise is primarily focused on banking, corporate law, complex cross border commercial disputes and real estate. Malek […]

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Hear the Future, the Future is Here: Summer Legal Internship Fair 2023 at Chulalongkorn University

Blumenthal Richter & Sumet (BRS) attended the “Hear the Future, the Future is Here: Summer Legal Internship Fair 2023” at Chulalongkorn University, on 14 September 2022. The university organized lectures to prepare students for applying to internships and law firms provided information about their internship programs, including BRS where our team members gave out information […]

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Saturday Is No Longer A Working Day From 1 January 2023

Although the vast majority of companies work from Monday to Friday, Belgian labour law still attaches great importance to Saturdays. When the Employment Contracts Act refers to “working days” (e.g. the three-working day period for a dismissal for just cause or the registered letter serving notice that takes effect on the third working day after it is sent), Saturdays must always […]

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Orit Hayoun and Dr. Peter Diedrich Meet in Berlin

Orit Hayoun of Orit Hayoun Law Firm based in Israel was recently travelling to Berlin and had the opportunity to meet with Dr Peter Diedrich of DSC Legal Rechtsanwaltsgesellschaft mbH. They enjoyed getting to know each other, sharing knowledge from their respective fields and catching up about current affairs. They also got to pose for […]

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Malek Kallas

Managing Partner,
Kallas Law Firm

New Florida Laws Affecting Contractors

On May 26, 2022, Senate Bill 2D (“S.B. 2D”) and Senate Bill 4D (“S.B. 4D”) became law. The stated purpose of S.B. 2D is to lower the costs for insurance companies in the hope that rates for homeowners will be lower. Also, S.B. 2D strengthens an insured’s ability to pursue claims of bad faith against insurance […]

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Case Studies On Recent Factoring Litigation

Factoring clients always ask us what they could have done differently to avoid lawsuits with their Clients and/or Account Debtors. In some cases, the Factor does everything correctly and litigation is inevitable. However, over the past several months, we have had Factors engaged in lawsuits that were largely avoidable if the Factor had taken certain […]

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The statute of limitations and construction litigation

In Florida, the law requires lawsuits to be filed within certain time periods. The time period depends upon the type of claim, for example, a claim for breach of contract has a different time period than a claim for tortious interference. In the construction world, different claims have different time periods. What is the “statute […]

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Interpretation of the statutory clause regarding telematic attendance at general meetings

Jurisprudence The General Directorate of Legal Security and Public Faith resolves in its Resolution dated June 6, 2022 the controversy arising from the appeal filed by a limited company against the refusal by the commercial registrar to register a deed of incorporation of the The same as a consequence of the drafting of the statutory […]

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