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By Rebecca Ford, Sara Khoja, Ben Brown
The UAE Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MHRE) has recently issued Ministerial Resolution No.31 of 2018 Introducing Part-Time Employment Contract System ...
By Simon Culhane
In the "Maersk Tangier" [2018] EWCA Civ 778, the Court of Appeal has issued a leading judgment (upholding the decision of the Commercial Court) ...
By Charles Urquhart, Sophie Jackson
Shared parental leave allows parents - both opposite and same sex couples, as well as those adopting a child - to share leave between them to care for their baby.
By Andrew Constable
The Court of Session has refused an appeal which sought to dismiss a substantially exaggerated claim on the basis that it was fundamentally dishonest.
By Clyde & Co LLP
It has been announced that changes to the legal costs recoverable for holiday sickness claims will come into effect on 7 May 2018.
By Ben Smith, Dino Wilkinson
The National Media Council (the NMC), the federal authority tasked with supervising all media activities in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), has recently issued the Electronic Media Activity...
By Alain Sfeir, Shahd Makhafah
As part of the National Transformation Plan and Vision 2030, the government authorities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia are collectively working on improving the investment environment...
By Tim Crockford
On 9 April 2018, the Financial Reporting Council ("FRC") published its much anticipated updated Sanctions Policy applicable to the Audit Enforcement Procedure ...
By Michael Cripps, Xiaolin Lin
By Michael Cripps, Xiaolin Lin
On 11 April 2018, the People's Bank of China announced 11 measures aimed at further opening China's financial services sector to foreign participants.
By Michael Strain, James Pius
From our hub in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, we act as international counsel on transactions across the East African region.
By Sean Magee, Jordan Cutler, Tahsin Najam
The Consumer Protection Act does not invalidate waivers issued by recreational businesses to protect them against liability for injuries suffered by visitors to their premises.
By Peter Walmsley
Technology is making huge advances in the way artificial limbs can help amputees – but this technology comes at a cost for insurers
By Neil Jamieson, Anne-Marie Morgan-Barrett
The Court of Appeal has given some much needed clarity on the meaning of "integrity" in the context of the SRA Code of Conduct 2011 in its judgment handed down on 7 March 2018...
By Neil Beresford
Insurers must be alive to the exposures linked to the rising use of anaerobic digestion facilities in the UK and ensure policy wordings are fit for purpose
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