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The ‘bill of lading’ is a formal document that serves as a receipt for cargo being transported by a sea carrier.
One major difference between arbitration and litigation is that parties to an arbitration participate in the selection of the tribunal.
In the event of a claim from the land developer against the purchaser, the role of Dubai’s Land Department is merely conciliatory to propose suitable solutions for the parties in order to reach an amicable settlement.
A new draft of the proposed income tax law has been submitted for review to the Legislation and Opinion Bureau in Jordan.
As the 2022 FIFA World Cup deadline moves ever closer, the expansion and diversification of Qatar’s construction industry continues apace.
This article briefly discusses some of the noteworthy changes recently made to the Kuwait Companies Law No. 25 of 2012.
A short interview with Chris Appleby, regional head of TMT at Al Tamimi & Company.
Al Tamimi offers a legal insight into the enforcement of foreign judgment in Iraq.
Comoros has become the 17th African Intellectual Property Organisation (OAPI) member state.
Jurisdiction is an extremely important issue.
UAE: the standard of care for special care objects and equipment and the extent of liability of its custodian
The responsibility for objects that need special care or sophisticated mechanical equipment lies with the person who is in control of said objects.
UAE: liability of banks and financial institutions for fund transfers when financial sanctions are involved
International political and economic factors may result in sanctions against certain countries or entities that affect the transfer of funds across borders.
A recent initiative aims to transform Dubai into a global centre for Islamic bonds.
Patents in Jordan are managed by the Patents Registrar in the Ministry of Industry and Trade and are governed by the Jordanian Patents Law No. 32 of 1999, as amended.
It is debatable how useful post-termination restrictions are and to what extent they can really provide any protection.
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.