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Al Tamimi & Company
UAE Federal Law No. 3 of 2016 (the "Child Rights Law") enshrines the basic principle that children have the right to life and safety, and specifically provides that every child is entitled to an education.
Al Tamimi & Company
Significant changes were made to the regulation of private schools in Dubai this year as a result of the enactment of Executive Council Resolution No. 2 of 2017 Regulating Private Schools...
Clyde & Co
On 1 March 2017, Executive Council Resolution No. 2 of 2017 regulating the Work of Private Schools in Dubai (Resolution) came into force. The Resolution applies to all private schools...
Clyde & Co
Executive Council Resolution No 2 of 2017 (the Resolution) Regulating Private Schools in the Emirate of Dubai (Dubai) was issued on 30 January 2017 and came into force on 1 March 2017.
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
The importation of meat and poultry products into Gulf Cooperation Council ("GCC") nations, and other Islamic countries, is big business. One issue that has caused uncertainty in this important international...
STA Law Firm
One would be only foolish to not take a sprint for runway luxury at a plausible price.
Clyde & Co
In previous issues of this newsletter we have considered how an education institution (be that a school, university or tertiary or vocational college) can expand their brand and footprint internationally.
Clyde & Co
When schools or universities are looking to operate in the United Arab Emirates, one of the basic considerations that must be taken into account is the form of real estate ownership that the institution can hold
Clyde & Co
A new Decree has been issued in Dubai regulating fundraising in the Emirate of Dubai (Dubai Decree No. 9 of 2015).
Clyde & Co
The unfortunate, and avoidable death of a three-year-old girl abandoned in a school bus in October last year, and the subsequent closing of the school involved, should serve as a salient lesson.
Al Tamimi & Company
In last month’s Law Update (Issue 229) we looked at the steps being taken by the authorities to promote consumer awareness in the United Arab Emirates.
Al Tamimi & Company
Following on from our article in last month’s Law Update (Issue 228) regarding the recently established consumer protection website, www.consumerrights.ae, this is the first in a series of three articles which will consider the UAE’s Consumer Protection Law which was introduced in 2006 (the "Law") and its implementing Regulations which were enacted in 2007 (the "Regulations").
Al Tamimi & Company
The UAE Federal Law No. (24) of 2006 created an important framework for the protection of consumer’s rights in this country.
Clyde & Co
One would not be surprised if a local lawyer in the Middle East region is unfamiliar with the term "class action" or understand what it means.
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Al Tamimi & Company
Significant changes were made to the regulation of private schools in Dubai this year as a result of the enactment of Executive Council Resolution No. 2 of 2017 Regulating Private Schools...
Al Tamimi & Company
UAE Federal Law No. 3 of 2016 (the "Child Rights Law") enshrines the basic principle that children have the right to life and safety, and specifically provides that every child is entitled to an education.
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP
The importation of meat and poultry products into Gulf Cooperation Council ("GCC") nations, and other Islamic countries, is big business. One issue that has caused uncertainty in this important international...
STA Law Firm
One would be only foolish to not take a sprint for runway luxury at a plausible price.
Clyde & Co
Executive Council Resolution No 2 of 2017 (the Resolution) Regulating Private Schools in the Emirate of Dubai (Dubai) was issued on 30 January 2017 and came into force on 1 March 2017.
Clyde & Co
One would not be surprised if a local lawyer in the Middle East region is unfamiliar with the term "class action" or understand what it means.
Clyde & Co
On 1 March 2017, Executive Council Resolution No. 2 of 2017 regulating the Work of Private Schools in Dubai (Resolution) came into force. The Resolution applies to all private schools...
Clyde & Co
In previous issues of this newsletter we have considered how an education institution (be that a school, university or tertiary or vocational college) can expand their brand and footprint internationally.
Clyde & Co
When schools or universities are looking to operate in the United Arab Emirates, one of the basic considerations that must be taken into account is the form of real estate ownership that the institution can hold
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