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Lawyers in Dubai
16 Nov 2019

European Union Anti-Takeover

European Union Anti-Takeover Takeovers or mergers have been common economic activity since the wave of globalization has swept the countries. According to United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), there has been increase in takeover and mergers with opening up of economies due to Organization for Economic Co-operation and…

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banking law firms in UAE
16 Nov 2019

Dishonour of cheques in India

Dishonour of cheques in India as per Negotiable Instruments Act 1881 Introduction The whole concept of using cheques, even at this day and age where other progressive modes of transactions are available, is to keep proper record and use it as proof of payment. There are more security and surety…

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banking lawyers in Dubai
10 Nov 2019

Omani Banking Regulations

Omani  Banking Regulations The banking business is an extremely vital activity in any economy and banks have a primary and synergist task to carry out. The behaviour of the banking and finance industry is dependent on the investors' trust, and trust will be rested and held by how banks work…

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Lawyers in Dubai
07 Nov 2019

International Civil Aviation Dispute Settlement

International Civil Aviation Dispute Settlement Introduction According to Grotius, “Every nation is free to travel to every other nation and to trade with it”. Nevertheless, the advent of aeronautics has brought with it the accumulation of unresolved disagreements in the global arena and the increase of international tensions. These disagreements…

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banking lawyers in Dubai
07 Nov 2019

European Foreign Investment Regulation

New European Foreign Investment Screening Regulation Introduction The European Union (EU) spans with twenty-eight (28) member states which have a combined population of approximately 500 million people. It is a massive draw for foreign investors in part due to its scale. With 28 member states spread across a large proportion…

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Lawyers in Dubai
02 Nov 2019

outstanding bank loans payment

Do you have outstanding bank loans and credit card payments? “Some debts are fun when you are acquiring them, but none are fun when you set about retiring them.” Often, unexpected events can astound an individual in an array of ways like a change in employment, personal emergency, etc., which…

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Lawyers in Dubai
31 Oct 2019

Tort of Trade Mark Passing Off

The Tort of Trade Mark Passing Off Around the World Introduction The reason trademarks are so crucial in the modern business world is due to how the customers and consumer loyalty work. Often, when considering a particular industry such as, for example, fast food, there will be specific names which…

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Property Lawyers in Abu Dhabi
30 Oct 2019

Patent Infringement Global Perspective

Patent Infringement: A Global Perspective Ideas and innovation are the cornerstones of any successful corporation. Given that modernisation and globalisation has had a significant impact on corporations, it is only fair that the ideas defining these businesses are given protection from being misused, manipulated or stolen. Stolen ideas is a…

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Lawyers in Dubai
23 Oct 2019

Common Intention Singapore Criminal Law

Common Intention Under Singapore Criminal Law Introduction The settlement in the former British crown colony on the Strait of Malacca which consists of four trade centres, namely, Penang, Singapore, Malacca and Labuan often referred to as the Straits Settlement which was taken over by the British East Indian Company. The…

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arbitration lawyers in Dubai
23 Oct 2019

Enforcement of Foreign Awards in Kuwait

Enforcement of Foreign Awards in Kuwait Introduction With the world ever moving towards a more globalised structure, clarity and cooperation are more important than ever. The move towards a more integrated world has been occurring for decades, most notably following the end of the Second World War. Some of the…

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Lawyers in Dubai
21 Oct 2019

UAE Netting Law

UAE Netting Law As announced by the Dubai International Financial Centre (“DIFC”) on 14 December 2014, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum has enacted the DIFC Law Number 2 of 2014 (the "DIFC Law"), in his capacity as the Ruler of Dubai. This legislation came into power as…

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Lawyers in Dubai
21 Oct 2019

GM Food Technology in UAE

GM Food Technology in UAE & Global Purview   “The Food You Eat Can Be Either The Safest & Most Powerful Form of Medicine or the Slowest Form of Poison”     -Ann Wigmore Since times immemorial humans have cultivated crops for food, they have been picky about beneficial traits for bumper breeding.…

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Lawyers in Dubai
12 Oct 2019

E-contracts in UAE

E-contracts in UAE Introduction In today's modern E-world, it should come as no surprise that businesses prefer communicating officially online. From arranging meetings to agreeing on legally binding contracts, this trend of electronic business is fast growing. This trend of communicating through emails and applications led to the formation of…

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Financial Lawyers in UAE
10 Oct 2019

real estate market financing rules

Does the UAE real estate market need new financing rules? The United Arab Emirates (UAE) property market has experienced quite a few major developments within the past decade, with a host of new laws, initiatives, and real estate projects being announced. Moving into 2019, the UAE real estate market has…

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