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Under the new Companies Law No 25 of 2012, there are several utilities available for stakeholders to hold certain individuals accountable for their actions.
A new draft anti-commercial fraud law was endorsed in January 2013 by the cabinet in the UAE. The draft law is intended to replace Federal Law No 4 of 1979.
Law No 27 of 2007, concerning ownership of jointly owned property in Dubai (the Strata Law), introduced the concept of ‘strata’ ownership to Dubai.
Many changes are afoot in respect of healthcare and pharmaceuticals in the UAE. There is a real push to improve standards relating to health and medicine across the board.
Al Tamimi was instructed by a client to initiate legal proceedings to ratify and enforce an arbitral award issued in the client’s favour ordering the other party to pay the amount of AED52m.
A recent controversial decision by Qatar’s Court of Cassation has ruled on the necessity for arbitral awards to be rendered in the name of HH the Emir of Qatar.
The Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development has recently launched its Abu Dhabi Business Centre.
The new PIB module of the Dubai Financial Services Authority has set the DIFC financial services world alight.
In this article, Al Tamimi considers the legal requirements and documents required to take a project to market in Dubai and highlights some of the potential issues arising.
The government of Qatar recently issued the new Central Bank Law, Law No. 13 of 2012 (the QCB Law), which came into force in January 2013.
Al Tamimi has successfully represented a multi-national tobacco brand owner before the Dubai courts in one of the most controversial cases in recent years.
An exclusive remedies clause provides that a party’s remedy for breach of contract is restricted to the form of redress expressly prescribed in the contract to the exclusion of all other remedies that would otherwise be available at law.
The Saudi Arabian trademarks office has issued a circular stating that it will now only receive new applications electronically.
In this article, Al Tamimi outlines Federal Law No. 5 of 2012 concerning the combating of information technology crimes.
Hotel investors and operators can see massive growth potential in Qatar. But how does a hotel business become established given the particular laws of Qatar?
Like many other jurisdictions in the Middle East, trade in counterfeit goods in Kuwait poses a significant challenge for brand owners.
There was a sense of surprise when it was announced in April that the president of the UAE had passed a federal decree creating a financial free zone in Abu Dhabi.
Remote-access computing services, whereby software applications and more are made available to clients as a service, are becoming increasingly popular.
The Kuwaiti law number 4 in respect of Patents and Industrial Drawing & Designs and Integrated Circuits issued on 15 April 1962 provided the procedures for the application for registration of patents and designs.
In an appeal from a Court of Appeal judgment, the courts emphasised the principle regarding the res judicata effect of a criminal judgment on a civil case.