The DIFC-LCIA has issued updated arbitration rules which came into force on 1 January 2021. This article outlines the key changes.
The UAE Cabinet recently announced its approval of amendments to the Bankruptcy Law that aim to ease the enhanced financial pressures on businesses during the Covid-19 pandemic. This article looks at the changes and potential implications.
This is the third of our five-part series covering the issues facing the construction industry in five different jurisdictions across the world in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This series discusses force majeure, suspension, termination and relevant practical advice in the following jurisdictions: England & Wales, Germany, the Middle East and Asia (with a particular focus on Singapore and Thailand).
We have formed a dedicated team to assist our clients worldwide to deal with any and all challenges faced by businesses affected by the government lockdowns.
Judgments rendered by certain UAE courts are now enforceable in India.
In this briefing we consider the benefits of Third Party Funding and how there are increased opportunities for court litigation and arbitration funding in the Middle East and in particular the UAE.
The long awaited UAE Arbitration Law has been issued by the President of the UAE, currently expected to come into force in July 2018. What does the new law entail?
Charlotte’s arrival and the inception of our contentious practice in the region will herald a new phase in our development and will allow us to better serve our clients in our key sectors and more widely