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Our lawyers have expertise across all the firm’s core business areas of aviation, business & finance, construction, energy, insurance & reinsurance, international trade and shipping. We also work in all forms of local, regional and international arbitration, litigation and ADR.
Our team includes a number of Arabic speakers who are qualified in and familiar with the laws of other states in the MENA region. We are registered with the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) and have rights of audience before the DIFC Courts.
In accordance with the UAE Government recent announcement, we would like to inform you about our revised working week effective from 3 January 2022. Our office working days and timings will be 08:30 am to 5:30 pm, Monday to Friday.
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News / Agreement for existing DIFC-LCIA arbitrations to be administered by LCIA
01-04-2022 / Maritime
Decree No. 34 of 2021 concerning the Dubai International Arbitration Centre (the ‘Decree’) came into force in September 2021 and aimed to streamline arbitration in Dubai by amalgamating it under one institution – the Dubai International Arbitration Centre (‘DIAC’). For a summary of the Decree’s contents.
News / Ince appoints new Joint Managing Partners for Dubai office
16-03-2022 / Maritime
We have recently appointed Partners Mohamed El Hawawy and Alastair Holland as new Joint Managing Partners of our Dubai office. Mohamed and Alastair’s broad and extensive sector expertise, as well as their combined experience and networks in the UAE, strongly position them to lead our presence in the Middle East. As new Joint Managing Partners, they remain unequivocally committed to our clients and look forward to progressing our growth plans within the region.
News / Dubai International Arbitration Centre issues its new Arbitration Rules
Decree No. 34 of 2021 concerning the Dubai International Arbitration Centre (the “Decree”) came into force in September 2021 and aimed to streamline arbitration in Dubai. For a summary of the Decree’s contents, please see our articles here, here and here. Whilst a number of questions remain, the wait for the new Dubai International Arbitration Centre (“DIAC”) Rules is finally over and with that, a major layer of uncertainty in relation to arbitration in Dubai is removed.
Insights / Court upholds validity of Notice of Arbitration in commodities dispute
12-01-2022 / Commodities & Trade
This commodities dispute highlights the importance of drafting a notice of arbitration carefully to ensure that it covers all the disputes that are intended to be referred to arbitration.
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News / Contribution in UAE chapter for fifth edition of the Third Party Litigation Funding Law Review
We are very pleased to share that Mohamed El Hawawy, Joint Managing Partner and Monika Humphreys-Davies recently authored the UAE chapter of the fifth edition of The Third Party Litigation Funding Law Review.