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Sader UAE Annotated Commercial Code

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  • 20 Mar 2019Turkey

    Turkish Constitutional Court ruled that, with Turkey Constitution Court Decision No 17196/2014 Application on 25 October 2018 (Decision), a provisional attachment existing on an immovable for more than a decade causes more damage than a reasonable level, and there is no legal remedy for compensation for such damages arising from the public authorities’ fault. Accordingly, the Court decided that the applicants’ property rights protected under Article 35 of the Constitution had been violated.

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  • 19 Mar 2019United Arab Emirates

    Civil procedure in the onshore UAE Courts has very recently been supplemented, and in certain key respects has been revised, by extensive Federal regulations signalling continued modernisation of the onshore legal process. These developments, effective from 16 February 2019, are of relevance to all businesses with a presence or commercial interests in the UAE, and are likely to be of particular positive interest to claimants.

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  • 19 Mar 2019United Arab Emirates

    Recent amendments to the UAE Civil Procedure Code (CPC) are aimed at modernising and enhancing the litigation process in the UAE Courts. This includes simplifying and expediting the process for a creditor to obtain an enforceable judgment on admitted debt claims as a ‘Payment Order’. Clyde & Co reports here on this welcome development and a very recent success with such a claim under the new regime.

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  • 19 Mar 2019United Arab Emirates

    The issue of harassment and the workplace culture surrounding it has been propelled to the forefront of most Human Resource department's "to do" list in the past few years, indicating a cultural shift in expectations on behaviour both in and out of the workplace. The public campaigns such as #MeToo and #TimesUp have accelerated changing expectations across the globe and workplaces in the UAE are not immune to this. However, given the potential criminal liability certain allegations can bring, senior management of UAE companies are facing unique challenges. This article identifies some of the practical issues to consider when dealing with harassment complaints in the UAE.

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  • 18 Mar 2019Abu Dhabi - Bahrain

    The Central Bank of Bahrain (CBB) has published final rules allowing for the regulation and licencing of dealing, advisory, and portfolio management services in accepted crypto-assets and as a cypto-asset exchange.

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