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Onshore healthcare legislation also applies to ADGM entities In brief On 11 January 2023, the Abu Dhabi Global Market (ADGM) published on its website the news about the issuance of the ADGM Healthcare Regulations 2022 (“Healthcare Regulations”). The Healthcare Regulations adopt the Abu Dhabi onshore healthcare legislation – including the regulations and circulars issued by the Department of Health Abu Dhabi (DoH) – into ADGM’s legislative framework. Key takeaways The Healthcare Regulations extend the scope…

In brief On 20 November 2022, the Saudi Data and Artificial Intelligence Authority (SDAIA) launched a public consultation on proposed amendements to the Personal Data Protection Law, promulgated by Royal Decree No. M/19, dated 09/02/1443H (“PDPL”), which was orginally published on promulgated on 24 September 2021. You can acces our previous alert on the publication of the PDPL here. The public consultation will remain open up until 20 December 2022 and all organisations are invited…

In brief On 30 June 2022, the Government of Abu Dhabi Department of Health (DoH) issued Circular No. 147 of 2022 (“Circular”) requiring health and pharmaceutical facilities licensed by the DoH (“Licensed Entities”) to obtain a “secure” or “safe” certificate that certifies they operate in full compliance with the requirements of the Abu Dhabi Standard for Health Information Security and Cyber Security Standards (“Standards”). Licensed Entities have until the end of this year (i.e., by…

In brief On 10 March 2022 the National Data Management Office (the “NDMO”) published for consultation a draft of the executive regulations (the “Regulations”) to the Personal Data Protection Law, promulgated by Royal Decree No. M/19, dated 09/02/1443H (the “PDPL”). You can access our previous alert on the publication of the Law here. You can access the consultation and a full draft of the Regulations here. The consultation invites comments on the Regulations and will…

In brief On 20 September 2021, the UAE has published Federal Decree Law No. 46 of 2021 on electronic transactions and trust services (the “Electronic Transactions Law”) which repeals Federal Law No. 1 of 2006 (the “Previous Law”) and reinforces the UAE’s digital transformation strategy and commitment towards a digital economy. The Electronic Transactions Law will come into effect on 2 January 2022, however, businesses will be given a one-year grace period for compliance. Under…