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The UAE has pioneered a new insolvency regime for individuals or natural persons with the issuance of the stand-alone Insolvency Law No. 19 of 2019 (Insolvency Law), which has come to effect as of 30 November 2019. The Insolvency Law is intended to provide sufficient protections to natural or civil persons who are facing financial distress and are unable to settle their debts, unlike the UAE Bankruptcy Law which regulates commercial companies and individuals considered…

As you may have seen in the press over the last couple of weeks, there has been a significant development in the recognition and enforcement of UAE judgments in India with the issuance of the official Indian Gazette Notification on 17 January 2020 (the Notification). The Notification declares the UAE as a ‘reciprocating territory’ and, going forward, judgments from the UAE courts will be recognized and enforced in India. What has changed? Whilst India and…

Internal or regulatory-driven investigations into criminal or other improper conduct by individuals or their companies can raise serious issues, having long-lasting impact on risk management, reputation and costs. Delivering a thorough, carefully planned and credible investigation will minimise disruption to your business, help you maintain control of the process and ultimately could help mitigate the risk of corporate criminal, civil or regulatory liability and the resultant sanctions.