[COVID19]: Courts Closure in Egypt & Libya

In light of the WHO’s declaration of the coronavirus outbreak to be a considered as a global pandemic, all courts, including but not limited to the Court of Cassation, High Administrative Court, Administrative Courts, Commercial Courts, Economic Court, and Criminal Courts shall shut down starting tomorrow, Monday 16 March, 2020 until Saturday 28 March, 2020. Any hearings that were meant to take place during the aforementioned dates shall be postponed and shall be rescheduled as soon as the courts reopen on Sunday 29 March, 2020.

We predict that other governmental authorities and courts shall also follow the same precautionary measures. We at Eldib & Co, have taken the necessary contingency methods to ensure that our firm will continue to operate without any disruption in our services unless the Egyptian government, should decide to introduce further limitations and restrictions in regards to the outbreak.

Meanwhile, all courts, trademark office, and patent office in Libya shall be suspended until further notice.

Our entire team throughout all of our offices are equipped and prepared to work remotely, without compromising the quality of our service, should the circumstances escalate. Hence, we shall be capable of handling all ongoing and new incoming matters efficiently.

Eldib & Co stands in solidarity with those affected by the outbreak and we wish them the best during these difficult times.

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