A different approach

Ince & Co’s Brian Boahene and Alexandra Bailey analyse a recent maritime sinking case, raising interesting points of law and procedure in the UAE. The maritime cases often involve interesting issues of general contract law and...


Bear in mind, Article 24!

Nayiri Boghossian of Al Owais talks about the non-enforcement of a foreign judgment in the United Arab Emirates, underlining the importance of opting for the right forum at the outset itself. In a recent judgment issued...


Mobile aptitude

Clyde & Co.’s Dino Wilkinson and Kellie Blyth discuss the two fundamental legal issues associated with mobile app development that are often ignored by publishers.   Apps have become ubiquitous in today’s society. App analytics firm, App...


Seamless integration

In the UAE alone, foreign employees make up approximately 85 per cent of the local workforce. Karin Luzolo of Fragomen talks about how organisations can effectively manage employees through mergers and acquisitions.  With economic advancements at...


Future ready: Windy enough?

Is wind falling behind solar energy in the Middle East? Norton Rose Fulbright analyses the recent trends and examples, highlighting how governments can take on a proactive approach to include wind as part of the region’s...


Complacent or Safe?

Nine to Five: Time to tackle employer complacency about potential liability from workplace harassment. Emily Aryeetey of Stephenson Harwood Middle East LLP explores how UAE corporates can mitigate the risks. US tech giants Uber and Google...


An emerging empire of the sun

The GCC states are witnessing increased investment in renewable energy. Mhairi Main Garcia examines the reasons for this development, focusing on utility scale renewable energy in the region. The Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) states[1] hold almost...

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Volumes stable, values down and lots of healthcare

 The third edition of Clyde & Co’s report observes trends and developments in the M&A and JV market by analysing data from corporate transactions the firm has worked on during the past 18 months in the...

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