We are pleased to have authored the Pakistan chapter of The Employment Law Review, Edition 14, published by London-based Law Business Research.
Doyle’s Practical Guide to Business Law in Asia
Majeed & Partners is proud to have contributed to the Pakistan chapter of Doyle’s Practical Guide to Business Law in Asia. Doyle’s Guide is the definitive and practical guide for business people, practitioners, and students seeking to learn about the rules governing foreign investment in the world’s most dynamic region.
Employee Stock Options – Recent legal developments in Pakistan
As a result of recent amendments in the company law, startup companies are also allowed to offer stock options to their employees. It is expected that after the procedure and the conditions for the issuance of employee stock options are prescribed, an increasing number of startup companies will offer stock options to their employees.
Majeed & Partners contributes to TerraLex® Cross-Border Guide to Crypto Assets.
We are proud to have contributed to the Pakistan chapter of the inaugural edition of the TerraLex® Cross-Border Guide to Crypto Assets. The guide aims to provide a current snapshot of the legal status of crypto assets around the world, current regulations, and forthcoming or proposed legislation.
Majeed & Partners Contributed to the Thomson Reuters Transnational Litigation Guide
Majeed & Partners, Advocates & Counsellors at Law, has contributed to the first-ever Pakistan chapter of the Transnational Litigation Guide (June 2022 update).
Majeed & Partners contributed Pakistan chapter of The Employment Law Review
The Employment Law Review is an insightful global survey of employment law frameworks and related developments in key jurisdictions around the world. It analyses the most consequential current issues faced by employers, including recent case law, legislative and regulatory changes, and best practices.
Schrems II Judgment and transfer of personal data to Pakistan.
At least three legal regimes in Pakistan allow public authorities to lawfully intercept and/or access data. The data exporters based in the European Union must carefully evaluate whether and if required, what additional safeguards will be needed to achieve the...
Government of Pakistan issues the cloud computing policy
The policy, coupled with the recent tax incentives announced by the government for the IT sector, presents exciting new business opportunities for domestic and foreign investors.
Pakistan’s central bank issues licensing and regulatory framework for digital banks.
SBP’s framework aims to facilitate incumbents as well as new players, domestic and international, to set up digital banks in Pakistan to provide the full suite of banking services through digital and electronic channels, ultimately contributing towards financial inclusion and digitization.