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The UAE Insurance Committees: A New Era For Insurance Litigation In The UAE?
The UAE Insurance Authority has recently published its much-anticipated Regulations explaining how the Insurance Committees, which were first announced in mid-2018
United Arab Emirates
29 Jul 2019
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Insurance & Reinsurance 2018
The 7th edition of the International Comparative Legal Guide to Insurance & Reinsurance 2018, a practical cross border insight into insurance and reinsurance law ...
UK
27 Mar 2018
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Saudi Arabia Gives 12 Months' Notice For Replacement Of Combustible Cladding
It appears that developments in Dubai are being mirrored in other jurisdictions in the Middle East...
Saudi Arabia
5 May 2017
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1st Annual MENA Financial Lines Symposium 2016
We have drawn together some of the key issues discussed during the Symposium below which we hope you will find of interest.
UK
1 Feb 2017
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Bank Sarasin Judgment: Quantum Issues Including US-Style Multiple Damages
The high cost of mis-selling in the DIFC: the Bank Sarasin case (Part Two) and the first DIFC award of (US-style) multiple or punitive damages.
United Arab Emirates
14 Dec 2015
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The New UAE Companies Law And The Implications For D&O Insurers
In this article, we take an look at some key changes introduced by the new Law, focusing particularly on amendments which may affect directors of Limited Liability Companies (LLCs), the most commonly chosen investment vehicle.
United Arab Emirates
2 Nov 2015
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Saudi Arbitration Law: A Change In Approach To Insurance Arbitration
The New Arbitration Law came into force in Saudi Arabia on 9 July 2012 ("New Law").
Saudi Arabia
13 Jul 2015
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An Emerging Hub For D&O Insurance
Directors' and Officers' liability insurance has been around for several decades now but has not always attracted the interest of local buyers in the Middle East in comparison with other parts of the world.
Qatar
7 Nov 2014
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Insurance Brokers: Coming Into The Regulatory Firing
A series of fines imposed by the Financial Conduct Authority on insurance brokers is indicative of greater scrutiny of the insurance sector by regulators in the UK.
UK
29 Jul 2014
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A UAE Settlement Clause Is Considered By The English Courts
This article reviews the Court's decision as it serves as a useful reminder for the need to include an unambiguous jurisdiction clause
United Arab Emirates
14 Jul 2012
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Enforcement Of Arbitration Awards: Moving In The Right Direction
Last month we considered issues of UAE law surrounding the incorporation and enforceability of arbitration clauses in contracts of insurance.
United Arab Emirates
16 May 2012
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Recent Changes And Future Considerations For Brokers In The UAE
"It doesn't make sense." This was what Lloyd's CEO, Richard Ward, had to say last year on the topic of how, in the UK, brokers are generally remunerated by underwriters rather than their clients.
United Arab Emirates
16 May 2012
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