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Inland investment is governed by the Investment Incentives and Guarantees Law No. 72 of 2017 and Companies Law No. 159 of 1981 and their executive regulation

Trademark: All you need to know

What Is a Trademark? A trademark is a recognizable insignia, phrase, word, or symbol that denotes a specific product and legally differentiates it from all other products of its kind. A trademark exclusively identifies a product as belonging to a specific company and recognizes the company’s ownership of the brand.

Merger: Types of mergers

Conglomerate merger This is a merger between two or more companies engaged in unrelated business activities. The firms may operate in different industries or in different geographical regions. A pure conglomerate involves two firms that have nothing in common. A mixed conglomerate, on the other hand, takes place between organizations that, while operating in unrelated business activities, are actually trying to gain product or market extensions through the merger

Mergers and Acquisitions

Mergers and Acquisitions Mergers and Acquisitions (M&A): is a general term used to describe the consolidation of companies or assets through various types of financial transactions; including mergers, acquisitions, consolidations, tender offers, purchase of assets and management acquisitions.


A patent is a legal monopoly granted by a government in return for public disclosure of an invention. A granted patents gives the proprietor the right to prevent others using the invention in the territory to which the patent applies


Copyright refers to the legal right of the owner of intellectual property. In simpler terms, It is the right to copy. This means that the original creators of products and anyone they give authorization to are the only ones with the exclusive right to reproduce the work.

Del Canto Chambers

Within our strategy to expand the scope of our work in the legal field, El-Ezaby law firm concluded a partnership with the International Law Firm “Del Canto Chambers”

Egyptian Belgian Architecture Consultant

We are - El-Ezaby Law Firm - pleased to announce our new international client \" EBAC \" the Egyptian Belgian Architecture Consultant.

Eng / Adly Al-Qeai

#The real Deal of the Century El-Ezaby Law Firm has the honor to announce its latest cooperation, by finalizing a contract of PR Services with Eng. Adly Al-Qaei, the expert in Public Relations and Marketing, and El-Ezaby welcomes his joining the law firm\'s team.

IPC International Company 

Exciting New Partnership Announcement for El Ezaby Law Firm and IPC International Company 

MCDR: Misr for Central Clearing

Misr for Central Cleaning, Depository and Registration (MCDR)

The Financial Regulatory Authority (FRA)

The Financial Regulatory Authority is an Egyptian Governmental Authority that is an integrated agency on its own. It was established in accordance with Law no. 10 of 2009 that was issued on Feb 25, 2009 to replace all of: the Egyptian Insurance Supervisory Authority (EISA), the Capital Market Authority (CMA), and the Mortgage Finance Authority (MFA). And then it became operationally effective on July 1, 2009.


Investments Incentives 1.1 General Incentives All investments projects (other than free zone projects) benefit from General Incentives under the New Investment Law. These incentives include a fixed 2% customs fee on all imported machinery and equipment, an exemption from stamp tax and registration fees on all incorporation contracts as well as finance and mortgage contracts for 5 years from registration in the Commercial Register.

Investment Guarantees Foreign Investments

Under the New Investment Law No. 72 of 2017, all investments are now explicitly guaranteed fair and just treatment without discrimination. Moreover, foreign investors may receive preferential treatment, upon Cabinet’s approval, if the investor’s country gives Egyptian investors similar preferential treatment


Inland investment is governed by the Investment Incentives and Guarantees Law No. 72 of 2017 and Companies Law No. 159 of 1981 and their executive regulations. The General Authority for Investment (GAFI) acts as the official regulator for all incorporations and licenses governed by both legislations. Some projects require prior approval from relevant ministries in addition to GAFI. Such projects include investments in the Sinai Peninsula, all military product manufacturing and related industries, and those involving tobacco and tobacco products

GAFI: (General Authority for Investment and Free Zones)

GAFI is an Egyptian governmental organization that aims and works on presenting Egypt as a center for business and investment; GAFI it sponsors programs that promote foreign and domestic investment, in addition to supporting the investors in the context of a business-friendly environment and policies that brace investment