Egyptian investigators said on Thursday they had raided 10 foreign exchange bureaus in Cairo.
Italian oil major Eni, oil services group Saipem and former Eni CEO Paolo Scaroni have been ordered by an Italian judge to stand trial in an Algerian corruption case.
Spiritual leader of Bahrain's Shi'ite Muslim majority went on trial on charges of collecting donations illegally.
Law firms are responding to the international refugee crisis by increasing pro bono support globally, reveals Thomson Reuters Foundation's pro bono legal survey.
Saudi Arabia will have its first personal affairs law in three months, according to informed legal sources.
Those who report Saudi violations, especially in IT sector, will be rewarded with amount equal to 25 percent of fine.
Proposed changes to bankruptcy regime may obligate creditors to accept settlements proposed by debtors
Employers will rightly want to focus on reviewing their employment contracts
Payment disputes have increased this year, but there are options available to small operators other than going to court.