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Dentons
Beginning 4 September 2017, drone manufacturers, importers, vendors and operators based in the UAE (the Providers) will be required to comply with new regulations concerning the commercial...
Ince & Co
The Hanjin crisis has been dominating the shipping news since 31 August 2016 when the company filed for court receivership in South Korea...
STA Law Firm
Generally, the party who has agreed to carry the cargo/goods will be taken into consideration even if consignees bring a joint action.
Clyde & Co
As a trading and logistics hub, the UAE is often the point for seafarers to embark or disembark their vessels and ensuring a smooth transit for seafarers is dependent on securing the right visa for them.
Pinsent Masons LLP
The UAE has introduced new regulations for the commercial and recreational use of drones, state news agency WAM has reported.
Clyde & Co
The Middle East saw the creation of the EMAC. This new institution, aimed at filling the gap in maritime dispute resolution centres in the region...
Clyde & Co
On 22 September 2016, the General Civil Aviation Authority of the UAE issued the new Civil Aviation Regulations Part IV – Foreign Operators Regulation. The FOR shall apply from 1 October 2016.
Hassan Elhais
Legal Consultant in Dubai Hassan Mohsen Elhais answers some questions relating to common legal inquiries that stem from traffic accidents.
Clyde & Co
The English Supreme Court decision in the RES COGITANS case is unlikely to have any significant impact in the UAE because it is not binding on the UAE courts, and so the threat of a vessel being arrested in the UAE either by the physical supplier and/or ING/OW Bunker remains a live issue
Clyde & Co
On 20 April 2016, UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum issued Decree No. 14 of 2016...
Hassan Elhais
Even if a Bill of Lading does not expressly contain an arbitration clause it might refer disputes to arbitration through the charterparty which may include an arbitration clause. The reference to arbitration shall be clear and unambiguous.
Hassan Elhais
Except in specific circumstances, an arrest may be made of not only the vessel to which the claim relates but any other vessel owned by the defendant at the time the claim occurs.
Clyde & Co
Following consultation with shipping industry representatives, the Dubai Maritime City Authority has recently announced an initiative to establish a specialised maritime arbitration centre known as the "Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre".
Al Tamimi & Company
The Dubai Maritime City Authority (DMCA) is in the final stages of completing the rules for the first maritime arbitration centre in the Middles East: the Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre (EMAC).
Clyde & Co
The United Arab Emirates' participation in the space and satellite sector coincides very closely with the early beginnings of the UAE as a nation.
Clyde & Co
A region of the world which is likely to see a lot of activity in the rail sector is the Middle East and over the course of 2013 Train Times will include detailed articles on various developments in the region.
Clyde & Co
Rapid urbanisation and economic growth are placing ever increasing demands on road networks in the Middle East and there is growing acknowledgement in the Gulf Cooperative Council (GCC) on the need for infrastructure investment to ease traffic congestion.
Ince & Co
Dubai’s highest court, the Court of Cassation, has considered a further case on the incorporation of charterparty terms into a bill of lading under UAE law and, in particular, the incorporation of an arbitration clause from that charterparty.
Hassan Elhais
It is a criminal offence to leave the scene of an accident, however minor.
Baker & McKenzie Habib Al Mulla
The Rotterdam Rules, a recent United Nations Convention on the carriage of goods by sea, as yet, is unsigned and unenforced by many Arab countries including the UAE.
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Dentons
Beginning 4 September 2017, drone manufacturers, importers, vendors and operators based in the UAE (the Providers) will be required to comply with new regulations concerning the commercial...
STA Law Firm
Generally, the party who has agreed to carry the cargo/goods will be taken into consideration even if consignees bring a joint action.
Clyde & Co
As a trading and logistics hub, the UAE is often the point for seafarers to embark or disembark their vessels and ensuring a smooth transit for seafarers is dependent on securing the right visa for them.
Ince & Co
The Hanjin crisis has been dominating the shipping news since 31 August 2016 when the company filed for court receivership in South Korea...
Clyde & Co
On 20 April 2016, UAE Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum issued Decree No. 14 of 2016...
Hassan Elhais
Legal Consultant in Dubai Hassan Mohsen Elhais answers some questions relating to common legal inquiries that stem from traffic accidents.
Pinsent Masons LLP
The UAE has introduced new regulations for the commercial and recreational use of drones, state news agency WAM has reported.
Clyde & Co
The Middle East saw the creation of the EMAC. This new institution, aimed at filling the gap in maritime dispute resolution centres in the region...
Clyde & Co
On 22 September 2016, the General Civil Aviation Authority of the UAE issued the new Civil Aviation Regulations Part IV – Foreign Operators Regulation. The FOR shall apply from 1 October 2016.
Clyde & Co
The English Supreme Court decision in the RES COGITANS case is unlikely to have any significant impact in the UAE because it is not binding on the UAE courts, and so the threat of a vessel being arrested in the UAE either by the physical supplier and/or ING/OW Bunker remains a live issue
Clyde & Co
Following consultation with shipping industry representatives, the Dubai Maritime City Authority has recently announced an initiative to establish a specialised maritime arbitration centre known as the "Emirates Maritime Arbitration Centre".
Hassan Elhais
Even if a Bill of Lading does not expressly contain an arbitration clause it might refer disputes to arbitration through the charterparty which may include an arbitration clause. The reference to arbitration shall be clear and unambiguous.
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