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DWF has appointed solicitor advocate Naomi Pryde as partner to head its Scottish commercial litigation team.
Neale Tosh, an associate based in DWF's Glasgow office, has today been admitted by the Law Society of Scotland as a solicitor advocate at a ceremony at the Court of Session in Edinburgh.
The Government has now published over 100 technical notices designed to inform individuals and businesses on how to prepare for a "no deal Brexit".
By James Fox, Partner and Head of Dispute Resolution Middle East, DWF (Middle East) LLP, Dubai, UAE.
DWF's Shiraz Sethi speaks with Tom Urquhart, the host of Dubai Eye's The Agenda show.
DWF’s Umera Ali and Leanie van de Merwe talks about the key elements of restructuring under UAE laws: protecting creditors' and investors' rights.
Here are contract termination provisions available to a landlord.
Jazz Moman, Director & Regional Head for Real Estate and Hotels, spoke with Dubai Eye 103.8 Business Breakfast show this morning to discuss the seizure of Schon Property assets. Listen to the podcast here
The federal government in the UAE is driving Emiratisation and prioritising the hiring of UAE nationals.
The UAE has issued a new Federal Arbitration Law, No. 6 of 2018 ("New Arbitration Law") which replaces Articles 203 – 218 ("current law") of the UAE Civil Procedures Law, No. 11 of 1992. With this development, the UAE now has its own free standing arbitration law and joins other members of the Gulf Cooperation Council who have implemented new arbitration legislation in recent years.