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By Dina Al Wahabi
Security is of paramount importance in relation to commercial lending.
By Farah El Nahas
In its attempt to protect consumers' health, Egypt has recently issued Law No. 206 of 2017 (the "Law") regulating the promotion of any healthcare goods and/or services.
By Andrea Tithecott
The sensitive subject-matter of how to determine the best course of action with regard to the treatment, or other options, for a patient who is reaching the end of their life, who may be terminally ill...
By Francis Patalong
Saudi Arabia's ambitious programme of social and economic renewal, Vision 2030 (announced in April 2016), has healthcare squarely in its sights.
By Ibtissem Lassoued, Shiraz Khan
As you may be aware, yesterday, 5th December, the European Union ("EU") Commission produced a list of 17 countries identified for their perceived failures in regards to good tax governance.
By Agathi Trakkidi, Arina Gidwani
The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ("KSA") is an Arab sovereign state whose fundamental law is the Shari'ah
By Bachir Abou Chakra
Artificial intelligence systems ("AI") have been a hot topic in recent years and, although we might not yet be aware, aspects of AI have already found their way into our daily lives.
By Yazan Al Saoudi, Malek Zreiqat
This article provides an overview of a recent judgment passed by the Abu Dhabi Courts in relation to air carriers' liability.
By Omar Omar, Arif Mawany
The growth and development of Oman's transportation and logistics infrastructure has recently received a number of catalysts with the aim of building on Oman's ability to compete with other players...
By John Gaffney, Malak Nasreddine
The transport sector has witnessed a great deal of growth across the MENA region. Following such growth, transport disputes are naturally expected to increase.
By Khalid Al Hamrani, Ibtissem Lassoued, Abdullah Al Tamimi
Events over the past week have brought heightened international attention to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's reinvigorated anti-corruption programme.
By Majdi Salaita, Yafa Abourah
The Rights of Disabled Persons Law Number 20 of 2017 (the "Law"), effective from 30th August 2017, repeals and replaces the previous law issued in 2007.
By Ivor McGettigan
With more than USD 4.79 billion spent in sports player transfer fees in 2016 alone, the global transfer market for footballers continues its upward trajectory and the recent Euro 222m transfer...
By Thomas Snider
In the 1990s, one of the leading treatises on international arbitration noted that "[o]ne of the fundamental principles – and one of the major advantages – of international arbitration is that it is confidential."
By Ahmad Saleh
Evolution and improvements in technology have allowed man to travel, expand and explore far reaching territories.
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