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Criminal Liability: Medical Malpractice
In a recent case the Dubai Public Prosecution (‘DPP') charged a medical practitioner with malpractice.
Saudi Arabia
21 Dec 2018
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The Calm After The Storm: Saudi Arabia's Anti-Corruption Tornado And The Investor Impact
Saudi Arabia is undergoing significant reform but, beyond the maelstrom of political speculation and conjecture, what are the practical and legal implications of the anti-corruption drive for investors?
Saudi Arabia
9 Aug 2018
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2018 Special 301 Report's "Watch-List": An Analysis Of The Inclusion Of Saudi Arabia And The UAE
Special 301 Report (the "Report") is a United States congressional mandated document that reflects the U.S. Administration's views on the protection and enforcement of U.S. intellectual property (IP) rights globally.
Saudi Arabia
26 Jun 2018
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Can One Person Be Criminally Liable For Photographing Another In The UAE?
Can one person be criminally liable for photographing another person in the UAE? They may be, depending on the circumstances. In this article, we will consider when such a liability may arise.
United Arab Emirates
21 May 2018
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The New Dubai Penal Order: A Faster Method Of Disposing Of Criminal Proceedings
Dubai Law 1 of 2017 has introduced a new mechanism for disposing of criminal complaints. The law seeks to provide efficiency and lessen the workload across the judicial authorities.
Saudi Arabia
1 Mar 2018
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A New Chapter For Anti-Corruption In The Kingdom Of Saudi Arabia…
Events over the past week have brought heightened international attention to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's reinvigorated anti-corruption programme.
Saudi Arabia
15 Nov 2017
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Cybercrime Legislation In Iraq
‘Cybercrime' is commonly defined as any criminal offence that is facilitated by, or involves the use of, a computer or network-connected device.
Iraq
12 Oct 2017
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Always Get The Man You Want: An Overview Of Recent Amendments To INTERPOL Red Notices And Their Current Application In The UAE
The UAE as an enterprising country attracts individuals from around the world, with the vast majority of residents being expatriates.
United Arab Emirates
11 Oct 2017
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Bribery Crimes In The Private Sector In Bahrain
In the past, legislation across the GCC and Levant has been limited in application because anti-bribery provisions have been restricted exclusively to conduct involving the public sector.
Saudi Arabia
11 Oct 2017
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A Regional Roadmap Of Financial Crime Issues
As a region, the Middle East witnesses constant development across a spectrum of financial crime issues.
Worldwide
6 Oct 2017
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Federal Anti-Bribery Legislation In The United Arab Emirates
Although the UAE has had anti-bribery legislation in place since the late 1980s in the form of the UAE Federal Penal Code (the "Code"), the businesses community in the UAE has, to a large extent, been unaware of the existence of the Code and how its provisions could impact their business operations locally.
United Arab Emirates
25 May 2011
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New AML/CTF Rulebook 2010 in the Qatar Financial Centre ("QFC")
Consultation on a new Anti-Money Laundering and Combating Terrorist Financing ("AML/CTF") Rulebook closed on 17th January 2010 and the issue of a new single AML/CTF Rulebook by the Qatar Financial Services Regulatory Authority ("QFCRA") is imminent.
Qatar
30 Apr 2010
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Public Service Undertakings
A public officer or person entrusted with a public service is: A person employed by a public association or corporation instituted for the public benefit; or A person who performs work related to public service by virtue of a mandate given to him by a competent officer who is authorised to do so according to the laws and regulations.
United Arab Emirates
21 Apr 2010
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