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Criminal Lawyers in Dubai
06 Aug 2020

A Guide to Laws on Medical Negligence in the Middle East

A Guide to Laws on Medical Negligence in the Middle East Since the middle of the twentieth century, the medical profession has demonstrated an increase in the incidence and severity of medical liability lawsuits. Some are of the opinion that the rise in litigation is useful as learning from errors…

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Healthcare lawyers in UAE
03 Aug 2020

Oman: Health Insurance Regulations

Health Insurance in Oman The sharp sell-off in global oil prices that began in mid-2014 triggered an economic slowdown across the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states, with enormous consequences for many sectors, including the health insurance industry. Despite this unexpected turmoil, however, significant changes in government health insurance regulations and…

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arbitration lawyers in Dubai
01 Aug 2020

Arbitration in Ras Al Khaimah

Procedural Overview onto the rules of arbitration at the Ras Al Kamiah Reconciliation and Commercial Arbitration Center Although a dispute may be resolved through court litigation, the parties in the new era are increasingly submitting their disputes for mediation, arbitration or any other Alternative Dispute Resolution (“ADR”). Since a long…

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Criminal Lawyers in Dubai
26 Jul 2020

Law Governing Conspiracy for Abetment of Crimes

Law Governing Conspiracy for Abetment of Crimes Urging a person to commit an illegal act or crime is as much an offence as the carrying out of such criminal offence. Federal Law Number 3 of 1987 promulgating the Penal Code (“Code”) in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) mandates that any…

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Healthcare lawyers in UAE
23 Jul 2020

Termination in case of Terminal Illness, UAE

Termination in case of Terminal Illness, UAE It has been an unexpectedly enlightening experience to see patients' primary concern once they are diagnosed with a terminal illness is whether they will be able to continue working while they are receiving their treatment or not and the extent of treatment on…

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Lawyers in Abu Dhabi
21 Jul 2020

Regulations Governing Insurance Brokers in the UAE

Laws and Regulations Governing Insurance Brokers in the UAE  An Insurance Broker is defined under Federal Law Number 6 of 2007 (in respect of the establishment of the Insurance Authority and Regulating the Insurance Practice) as: “The person mediating independently in insurance or reinsurance operations between the insurance/reinsurance applicant on…

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Lawyers in Dubai
20 Jul 2020

IP Issues in Social Media Content

IP Issues in Social Media Content During the Congressional questioning of Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook, in April 2018, Zuckerberg said: “Every piece of content that you share on Facebook, you own, and you have complete control over who sees it and … how you share it, and you can…

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Lawyers in Dubai
19 Jul 2020

Guide on offshore Companies

Guide on Offshore Companies  Companies in the offshore jurisdiction are set up to create flexibility amongst the shareholders of the company, and such company formation is more straight-forward and comfortable. This article aims to make a comparison between the requirements of companies set up in offshore jurisdictions pertaining to the Cayman…

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corporate lawyers in Dubai
16 Jul 2020

Asset Management Regulations in UAE

Asset Management Regulations in UAE The asset management sector within the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is responsible for sustainable growth of financial sectors that aids in overseeing financial services and investment regime spread out across the seven Emirates. Investment management or asset management can be broadly apportioned into three sectors…

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Criminal Lawyers in Dubai
14 Jul 2020

Extradition Treaty of UAE

Extradition Treaty of UAE In International Law, extradition is when one state (Requesting state) requests another state (Requested state), to effect the return of a person for trial for a crime punishable under the Requesting state's laws and committed outside the Requested state (state of refuge). The extraditable person could…

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Contracting Lawyers in Dubai
12 Jul 2020

DIFC Contract Law

DIFC Contract Law Is the Law of Contracts a complete descriptive theory, explaining what the law is? Or is it a complete normative theory, explaining what the law should be? The traditional definition of a contract is one embracing all promises that the law will enforce. However, even a theory…

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Lawyers in Abu Dhabi
05 Jul 2020

Enforcing UAE Judgments in Egypt

Enforcing UAE Judgments in Egypt The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has entered into a cooperative arrangement with Egypt known as the 'Legal and Judicial Cooperation Agreement between the UAE and the Arab Republic of Egypt' in the year 2000. This arrangement governs the reciprocal enforcement of judgments between UAE and…

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Criminal Lawyers in Dubai
04 Jul 2020

Criminal Action Against Non-Resident Indians in India

Criminal Action Against NRI’S in India  A Non-Resident Indian (NRI) is an Indian that is located abroad or overseas, living outside the territory of India and has been legally defined under the Foreign Exchange Management Act of India, 1999 and the Income Tax Act of India, 1961 for the applicability…

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Company regulation in ADGM
30 Jun 2020

ADGM Company Regulations 2020

ADGM Company Regulations 2020 Abu Dhabi's decision to set up a financial center, known as the Abu Dhabi Global Market ("ADGM") has opened doors for international business. ADGM has its own published rules and regulations as well as Registrar of Companies (Registrar) and a Financial Services Regulator. Further, a court…

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