Please find below the interactive edition of the October 2019 issue of Asian-mena Counsel, magazine for the In-House Community, featuring a Legal Innovation & Technology Special Report. The report focuses on some of the ways that legal services are changing, and how New Law is changing how legal services are being delivered in a flexible way across Asia and the Middle East.
In this issue’s In-House Insight, we speak Gill Meller of MTR Corp about challenges of providing legal advice in a constantly changing environment.
Elsewhere, Sarah Bell of Law in Order looks at bringing e-discovery in-house.
And as usual, you have access to the latest legal jobs, moves and deals, including our deal of the month, important legal updates from the Philippines, South Korea, Indonesia, Vietnam and Africa and an offshore legal update.
You can read, download and print the magazine as you wish. We hope you enjoy this issue.
India: Union Budget 2015
A bullet-point overview of changes in Direct Tax, Indirect Tax and Goods and Service Tax in India in light of Finance Minister Arun Jaitley’s first full-year Budget…
Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill passed as Ordinance in India
The long-awaited Insurance Laws (Amendment) Bill has become a provisional law in India. The Bill amends the Insurance Act (1938), the General Insurance Business (Naturalisation) Act (1972), and the Insurance Regulatory and Development Act (1999).
Myanmar insurance update
Clyde & Co partner Michael Horn recently visited Myanmar's commercial capital Yangon and reports on the current state of the insurance market...
Tanzania: Revocation of mining licences
The Tanzanian government recently announced the cancellation of a total of 174 mining licences. This mining update examines the key continuing obligations imposed by the Mining Act upon mining licence holders.
Mining Development Agreements
In this month’s mining brieﬁng we look at Mining Development Agreements (MDAs) and the role that they play in the mining sector in Tanzania.
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