The potential risk involved with giving you approval on legal assessment which gives you as an investor chance to decide to go with this deal or to go to another one.
The Cabinet of UAE has lately sanctioned a federal law to explicitly govern the cases of bankrupt individuals within the country. The law has been issued to safeguard the business interest of UAE residents, enhancing conditions of insolvent individuals and to ensure healthy competition among businesses.
Neil Williams of Rahman Ravelli explains the thinking behind the Bill, the measures it contains and the proposed civil and criminal penalties it may carry.
On the off chance that you have recently been terminated from your employment with or without reasons and you might ponder whether your employer was within his rights to terminate you.
If there were no bad people, there would be no good lawyers, and a good lawyer always comes with certain fees.
UAE government has issued some significant amendments in UAE Family law, especially towards divorce and custody cases by virtue of Federal Law Number 8 of 2019 amending Federal Law number 28 of 2005 concerning the Personal Status Law in UAE (the new Law).
In a recent interview with Captive International, partner Bradley Kruger, explored the benefits Cayman offers as a jurisdiction for blockchain use in the insurance industry. His comments are included in the following article.
Group partner Emily Haithwaite and partner Josephine Howe discuss Jersey private funds and what structures may be most appropriate for family office structures. Their article first appeared in HFM Jersey 2019 Special Report.
A change in consumer habits and investor appetite for more ethical returns is driving a distinct evolution (or is it revolution?) in the real estate industry.