In an article for Thomas Reuters Practical Law, Counsel Soraya Corm-Bakhos, Senior Associate Thomas Whitfield and Asscociate Haya Al Bawab provide a Practice Note with an overview of the law on third-party litigation funding in the United Arab Emirates.
This article reviews the recent updates on timeframe in the Thai Court proceedings and a development in the Act on the Timeframe of Judicial Proceedings which came into force on 23 January 2023.
We will discuss first-hand issues of interest and current concerns in relation to Energy Arbitration.
WFW Dubai named Litigation and Dispute Resolution Team of the Year at The Oath Legal Awards 202225 November 2022
The Oath Middle East Legal Awards recognises legal teams who are a cut above the rest and are revolutionising the region.
In this article, we discuss the increasing risks relating to climate change litigation (including as highlighted by recent reports) and what businesses should do to mitigate them.
Theresa specialises in contentious construction and works on complex, multi-party litigation and adjudication for both domestic and international clients investing and developing in the UK.
Franck joins WFW from independent French law firm Boken and previously worked at Norton Rose Fullbright Paris for seven years in their litigation and insurance group.
This article discusses the growth of mediation as an alternative to more traditional forms of dispute resolution in England and Wales.
What can parties do to boost the likelihood of successfully obtaining recognition and enforcement of foreign arbitral awards in Vietnam?
This article discusses the extraordinary circumstances in which a party’s nonperformance of its contractual obligations may be excused under the New York common law.