Property developers in the UAE can bypass the courts and terminate contracts. In such an event, the developer shall notify the Dubai Land Department (DLD) of the buyer’s default. Our Associate, Dr. Laura Voda talks about the procedures with timelines that are to be complied with by a developer prior to termination. In 2017, His …
The month of Ramadan is considered as the most holy month as per the Hijri Calendar as Muslims around the world are obliged to undergo fasting according to the timetable.
The DIFC-LCIA administers arbitrations and mediations. It is a joint venture between the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Arbitration Institute (DAI), and the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA).
Although the timings in Ramadan period has been reduced and the government has removed some restrictions over travel, it is yet not safe to travel freely and it is always recommended to move out of the house only when it is necessary to prevent any further spread of the virus.
On and from August 28, 2019, DIFC will see the light of the new Employment law, which applies to employers and employees, including seconded, part-time and short-term employees. This new Law will certainly catapult DIFC to the most sophisticated common law jurisdiction both in UAE and outside. The new Law will replace the current DIFC …
In this pandemic situation, preserving good health of residents is indeed, yet not only the primary concern of the government of UAE as they are still issuing circulars with an intention to ease the situation of most of residents or foreign expatriates in UAE by allowing some relaxation in rental contracts.
MOHRE has issued this Resolution in line with the UAE Labor Law and to safeguard the interest of employers and employees during this pandemic.
It is the moment of truth when our morals and business opportunities are evaluated by ethics, humanity and wellbeing of our businesses. This moment is examined and evaluated by internal and external factor but nonetheless based on and are connected with timely and effectiveness of such decision. In today’s world the real threat to our …
During this critical time of COVID-19, employers are now scrambling to figure out how to keep the workflow going. Many organizations are considering layoffs and pay-cuts to ensure they make it through the COVID-19 economic crisis. At this point, the employees fear to lose their jobs and feel helpless.
COVID-19 outbreak and the precautionary measures have affected the UAE private sector massively. The Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation recently issued a new Ministerial Resolution clarifying the actions that would protect both the businesses and their employees. In the below article our Associate, Dr. Laura Voda, talks about the new Resolution No. 279 of 2020.