KWM | Crossing Borders - Focus on Enforcement

Enforcing arbitral awards in the UAE

Enforcing arbitral awards in the UAE – the law and practice as at 2016

Consideration of the evolution of the UAE enforcement regime, focusing in particular on enforcing international arbitral awards in the region.

15 September 2016
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Abu Dhabi Global Market

With international arbitration expanding in the Middle East this article explores the establishment of a new common-law jurisdiction in Abu Dhabi which aims to tap into this growing...

13 May 2016
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Investment Treaty Arbitration India

Parnika Chaturvedi provides an update on India’s recently-ratified model bilateral investment treaty and assesses its strengths and weaknesses.

13 May 2016
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The changing face of investment protection in the Middle East

Middle East being a focal point in recent months with an active disputes market, we consider the bilateral and multilateral investment treaties entered into by the UAE

10 May 2016
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The DIFC’s comity world tour

The DIFC Courts entered a number of Memoranda of Understanding with Courts in Singapore, Australia and England and Wales. Tim Taylor QC and Dixin Deng discuss the impact.

10 May 2016
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Red Tape | Corruption contagion - tip of the iceberg

In high profile cases, the cost of regulatory investigation may just be the beginning of a much longer (and more expensive) story.

13 January 2016
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Red Tape | Undermining the certainty of international trade finance

We look at how the certainty of letters of credit may be impacted by wider fraudulent/illegal conduct and what can be done to mitigate the risks.

13 January 2016
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Red Tape | Website-blocking injunctions to combat the increasing risk of online copyright infringement

We focus on website blocking injunctions, as one measure that has been used or introduced to tackle online copyright infringement.

13 January 2016
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The July 2015 Post-Election Budget

Our summary of George Osborne's much anticipated Post-Election Budget

08 July 2015
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Collective Redundancies and the Woolworths case: good news for employers

Collective redundancy consultation and the Woolworths case: King & Wood Mallesons update.

12 May 2015
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In the public interest: What does that mean for whistleblowing claims?

Meaning of “public interest” under whistleblowing legislation: King & Wood Mallesons summarise.

12 May 2015
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Has the worm turned? Zero hours workers bite back

Zero hours contracts and discrimination claims: an update from King & Wood Mallesons.

12 May 2015
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