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STA Law Firm
With the original signatures of representatives from 62 countries,[i]CISG Convention entered into force in 1998—where, despite its number of signatories, it was only ratified by ten nations.
STA Law Firm
If a company in the United Arab Emirates wanted to buy authentic leather abroad, most likely they would start looking for sellers in Italy.
STA Law Firm
Economic instability, privacy concerns, dispute resolution framework, currency fluctuation and immigration issues – we have heard about each of these predicaments due to the political shift...
Clyde & Co
Four months on from the abrupt cessation of diplomatic relations and imposition of restrictions on Qatar by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and allied states, including Kingdom of Saudi Arabia...
STA Law Firm
The oldest evidence of diplomatic relations dates back to 1259 BC between the Pharaohs of Egypt and the rulers of the Hittite Empire (part of present-day Turkey).
Al Tamimi & Company
The UAE as an enterprising country attracts individuals from around the world, with the vast majority of residents being expatriates.
Rubert & Partners (In association with United Advocates)
The diplomatic route though a time-consuming process, is the best way to officially notify the opponents in the UAE where a treaty exists.
Allen & Overy LLP
The jurisdictional and final rulings in the case of Hesham al-Warraq v Indonesia under the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation's investment agreement has highlighted the relatively untapped investor protection potential provided by ...
Afridi & Angell Legal Consultants
In May 2015, a new free zone in Dubai, Dubai World Trade Centre ("DWTC") and the "DWTC Authority" were established under Dubai Law No. 9 of 2015.
Crowe Horwath
The economic world is often dominated and driven by a cloud of the phenomenon at times.
Taylor Wessing (Middle East) LLP
Amy Choudhary considers how the Qatar sanctions might affect the contractual obligation(s) of entities and whether performance can be discharged on the grounds of frustration.
Clyde & Co
With Dubai becoming the hub for the region, a vast quantity of goods pass through to reach to the rest of the Middle East...
TMF Group
Companies will now find it easier to transfer between Dubai's free zones while employees may soon have a unified labour contract.
TMF Group
TMF Group's increased presence in the UAE comes at a time where, despite the oil price slump, the number of companies looking to set up or establish in the region is growing.
Vistra
The Dubai Design District, known as 'd3', is one of the newest Free Zones created to encourage investment in the arts, design and fashion industry in the Middle East.
Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
In signing up to the MOG, the DIFC Courts and Supreme Court of Singapore have undertaken to apply a common law approach to the reciprocal enforcement of foreign judgments.
Global Business Services DMCC
In the past unreasonably high customs duties imposed by the EU on such products had led to a decline in Gulf exports.
Beale & Company (Middle East)
Whilst most EU sanctions on Iran related activity have been lifted, restrictions on the export of certain items and on dealings with specific persons and entities remain in place.
Mena Legal
The June 8, 2016 clarifications issued by OFAC also provide guidance related to US persons holding a board, senior management or other position with a non-US entity engaged in Iran-related transactions.
Mena Legal
The lifting of sanctions should be viewed as a gradual process of opening up Iran's market to the outside world.
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STA Law Firm
If a company in the United Arab Emirates wanted to buy authentic leather abroad, most likely they would start looking for sellers in Italy.
Clyde & Co
Four months on from the abrupt cessation of diplomatic relations and imposition of restrictions on Qatar by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and allied states, including Kingdom of Saudi Arabia...
Al Tamimi & Company
The UAE as an enterprising country attracts individuals from around the world, with the vast majority of residents being expatriates.
STA Law Firm
Economic instability, privacy concerns, dispute resolution framework, currency fluctuation and immigration issues – we have heard about each of these predicaments due to the political shift...
STA Law Firm
The oldest evidence of diplomatic relations dates back to 1259 BC between the Pharaohs of Egypt and the rulers of the Hittite Empire (part of present-day Turkey).
Allen & Overy LLP
The jurisdictional and final rulings in the case of Hesham al-Warraq v Indonesia under the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation's investment agreement has highlighted the relatively untapped investor protection potential provided by ...
Mena Legal
The lifting of sanctions should be viewed as a gradual process of opening up Iran's market to the outside world.
Crowe Horwath
The economic world is often dominated and driven by a cloud of the phenomenon at times.
Rubert & Partners (In association with United Advocates)
The diplomatic route though a time-consuming process, is the best way to officially notify the opponents in the UAE where a treaty exists.
Clyde & Co
With Dubai becoming the hub for the region, a vast quantity of goods pass through to reach to the rest of the Middle East...
Taylor Wessing (Middle East) LLP
Amy Choudhary considers how the Qatar sanctions might affect the contractual obligation(s) of entities and whether performance can be discharged on the grounds of frustration.
Afridi & Angell Legal Consultants
In May 2015, a new free zone in Dubai, Dubai World Trade Centre ("DWTC") and the "DWTC Authority" were established under Dubai Law No. 9 of 2015.
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