Is an Iranian law firm which has begun its constant professional activities since 2012. Educated Lawyers is providing good quality legal services to international clients in a variety of legal fields from corporate and commercial to shipping and maritime. In these years we could supply the best legal services to many of international companies which desired to start new clients in Iran which could not really happened without our talented lawyers and financial experts. What set us besides our competitors, are: enjoying experienced and educated Iranian lawyers; honesty and integrity at our professional services and being familiar with international legal language.
Our main activities:
To litigate and provide advice on various legal matters like: diverse international commercial contracts, protecting intellectual property rights in our clients in Iran, registering companies as well as their minutes and providing all services regarding employment law and corporate taxation;
Handling legal affairs of Iranians living abroad such as: inheritance matters, divorce, tutorship and Adoption;
To litigate before Courts of Iran; And to undertake legal research, launch Due Diligence and having collaboration along with other international law firms around the world; as بهترین وکیل تهران and litigation law office in Iran. Our attorneys have experience in a broad range of practice areas in Intellectual Property including trademark, patent, design, and e-commerce law. Our trademark practice includes portfolio management, strategic registrations, website name management, and litigation including defense of trademark infringement. Our legal team can also be experienced in trademark dilution matters. In the region of patents, our company offers an entire selection of service such as the analyzing prior art, prepare, file, and prosecute patent designs, and negotiate licensing agreements.
Litigation is the easiest method to protect client’s interest, so that we are willing to litigate in Civil and Criminal Courts, Courts of Appeal and Supreme Courts of Iran through our skilled attorneys at law. we are prepared to help Iranian who reside in abroad and want to consider court action about family matters like Divorce and Adoption
also we provided legal services to Iranian who Inherit and will not in Iran to guard their inheritance and wish to take legal counsel at law
Our firm as being a famous and trustworthy law office, always expressed its legal opinions on matters clients submitted for.
also we are ready to give written affidavits to the clients in matters we find them true. We are providing compliance advice to MNEs and Iranian companies to comply their activities with data protection regulations.
Employment law governs the rights and duties between employers and workers. Also called labor law, these rules are primarily designed to keep workers safe and make certain they are treated fairly, although rwmrhf are in location to protect employers’ interests also. Employment laws derive from federal and state constitutions, legislation, administrative rules, and court opinions. A particular employment relationship can be governed by contract.
Iranian labor laws trace back to public outcry up against the oppressive practices from the industrial revolution. In the early 20th century, the first laws were passed to make up injured workers, begin a minimum wage, produce a standard work week, and outlaw child labor. Within the 1960s and ‘70s, Congress acted to prohibit discrimination and unsafe work conditions. Current issues involve employee healthcare and equal purchase women and men.
Many of the employment disputes that lead to litigation handle “wage and hour” violations. Federal law establishes baseline rules regarding these issues, then states are free to pass through laws providing additional protections. As an example, federal law requires a minimum wage of $7.25 hourly. Several states have approved a higher minimum wage, and employers in those states must comply.
Wage and hour laws also regulate overtime pay. The government will not place limits on the variety of hours adults may work a week, but after 40 hours time and a half has to be paid. Rules exist to control the amount of time and working conditions for workers under age 18, with special provisions for those working in the agricultural sector. In addition, these laws require employers to post notices and keep basic payroll records.