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The-Oath-July-August-2021-Feature-Construction

Construction Supply Chain Insolvency

The economic impact of COVID-19 has brought into sharp focus the risk of supplier insolvency in the construction and infrastructure sectors. Doing due diligence, understanding your rights under contract, and assessing how important a supplier in...

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Increased scrutiny

An insight into Business Interruption Insurance claims as a result of COVID-19 by Rebecca Copley and Shibani Kapur of Eversheds Sutherland. Business interruption insurance has for many years been a popular product designed to provide cover...

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Sustaining the Green Energy Revolution

As greenfield renewable energy developments accelerate in size and volumes, while potential investors begin to rumble about sky high prices in the renewables secondary market, questions are being asked whether a bubble is forming, writes Bracewell....

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AI in Legal Technology

Artificial Intelligence does not allow us to create “robot lawyers” just yet, but it helps legal professionals to be more efficient, writes Wendy Robinson of Accuracy. Legal professionals weighing the cost and time it takes to...

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Kuwait’s New Data Protection Regulations

Kuwait’s Communication and Information Technology Regulatory Authority (CITRA) has issued Kuwait Decision No. 42/2021, Concerning Data Privacy Protection Regulation (Data Privacy Protection Regulations or the Regulations). The Regulations are effective as of their publication date, which was...

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The UAE’s Foundations Regimes

Rima Mrad and Bradley Moran of BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates offer a detailed comparison of the Foundations in the ADGM, DIFC & RAK ICC – the formation, key features and differences. Foundations are a...

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Restrictive covenants: The view from the UAE

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought unprecedented disruption to businesses and it is arguably more important than ever before for employers to have in place adequate protections against unlawful employee competition. In this article, we address some...

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Reading between the emojis

Kanupriya Jain of Control Risks navigates the complex world of emojis in corporate investigations and analyses their impact on the interpretation of evidence. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then an emoji is worth...

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Standard 59 & Murabahas

Dentons analyses Murabaha financings post-AAOIFI Standard 59 and offers a couple of alternative approaches while the dust settles. The adoption of Shari’a Standard Number 59 regarding the Sale of Debt (Standard 59) by the Accounting and...

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Combating Ransomware

How should companies respond to the increasing threat of ransomware attacks? Darren Mullins of Accuracy takes a closer look at the latest trends using case examples. There’s no question that the most severe cyber threat of...

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