Commercial Law

Saturday, January 26, 2019
The researcher Eyla’ Mohammad Qubha, a commercial law student

The researcher Eyla’ Mohammad Qubha, a commercial law student at faculty of Graduate studies of Arab American University, discussed her thesis about “the termination of indefinite employment contract in the Palestinian labour law”

The study was about the termination of indefinite employment contract and the comparison between the Palestinian, Jordanian and Egyptian labour law. The concept of the indefinite contract that doesn’t have a clear identification.

Sunday, April 22, 2018
Researcher, student Alaa Ali Shehada Hawamda specialized in Commercial Law at the Faculty of Graduate Studies

The researcher Alaa Ali Shehada Hawamda, a commercial law student at the Faculty of Graduate Studies at the Arab American University campus in Ramallah, defended his master's degree thesis in commercial law entitled “Arbitration with the Mandate of Reconciliation in the Palestinian Legal System.”

The thesis is the first one in the country where it discussed arbitration with the mandate of reconciliation at all stages of the arbitration process. Researcher Hawamda mentioned the limits and controls of the arbitrator authorized reconciliation authority and this type’s specificity, what are the related problems to the arbitration process due to the lack of rules, comparing the three legislations; Palestinian, Jordanian and Egyptian, and the use of some legal texts.

Monday, September 18, 2017
Researcher Majd Riad Assaf Defense

Researcher Majd Riad Assaf, commercial law student at the Arab American University Faculty of Graduate Studies, discussed her thesis on “Legal Regulation of Foreign Firms in Palestine: Study and Comparison”.

In her thesis, she mentioned the regulations for foreign firms, compared the three legislations of Palestinian, Jordanian and Egyptian and she merely addressed some legal texts in Lebanon, Emirates and Qatar which deal with the existence of such firms in their countries.

She concluded, for their sake all countries especially the developing ones, should have foreign companies within their lands to benefit from it; more manpower employment and advancement at all levels especially the economic and technological levels.

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