Leading global law firm Dentons recently hosted a gathering of construction and energy practitioners to consider the growing trend of the use of arbitration through the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) as a method of dispute resolutio
Dubai Courts' Center for Amicable Settlement of Disputes settled more than 1,500 cases last year, an increase of 86 per cent over the previous year.
Tarish Eid Al Mansouri, director-general of Dubai Courts,
The world's largest Muslim body called for a de-escalation of tensions between regional rivals Saudi Arabia and Iran, telling member countries that unity was required to eradicate terrorism.
The closing communique of the fourth Arab-South American Summit yesterday (November 11) called on Iran to respond to the UAE’s request for a peaceful resolution of a dispute over three Emirati islands under Iranian occupation since 1971.
Etihad Airways, which has a major stake in Air Berlin, said it expects further legal action in its dispute with the German government over code-sharing between the two carriers.
"There will be another hearing. In the meantime, the
Law firm Ashurst has strengthened its dispute resolution capability in the Middle East with the joining of partner Dyfan Owen at its Dubai, UAE office.
Owen will further develop the firm's market leading re
Ahmad Hamad Algosaibi and Brothers (AHAB) has said in a statement that at a court hearing in Bahrain, it has submitted evidence refuting the legal case filed last year by the administrators of The International Banking Corporation (TIBC). The
A new scheme is being initiated by the Indian government to provide its nationals living in Bahrain with legal aid to fight labour disputes and rights violations. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi announced the project, which would benefit n
The parties involved in a dispute over a real estate development project in Bahrain have been urged to seek an out-of-court settlement so as not to harm the personal interests of owners, investors and the master developer.
A dispute over penalty demands and right of access has broken out between the master developer of a $1.5-billion man-made island project in Bahrain and around 60 developers and property owners there.
Lulu Tourism Company (LTC), th