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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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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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Insights / “Zoned out”: Court confirms applicable time zone for notification of demurrage claims
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We are pleased to announce two new Partner promotions at Ince, Natalie Jensen in Dubai and Richard Oakley in Hong Kong.