Timely IPR registrations critical to protect brands in ever-growing UAE market
The UAE’s appeal as a global hub for commerce and investment is attracting international investors and brands to the marketplace. With numerous local, regional, and international organizations entering.
UAE Construction Industry On Edge As Arabtec Eyes ‘liquidation’
Gulf News Feature, Oct 01st, 2020: UAE banks already reducing project funding and it adds to uncertainty for contractors What will liquidation mean for Arabtec's current projects? Subcontractors.
Dubai’s Marina 101: Some Property Buyers In Stalled Skyscraper Project Will Lose All Their Millions
Gulf News Exclusive, July 22nd, 2021: With some stalled projects to be revived, these investors have no rights on their units Just about another 3% would do it.
Dubai Property Owners Find Developer’s Promises Sent Over Whatsapp Do Not Count For Much
Gulf News Exclusive, July 13th, 2021: Owner ends up shelling out payment penalties even after being promised favourable terms The legal status on offers and.
UAE’S Construction Workforce Gets Caught Up Job Losses, Unpaid Salary And Gratuity
Gulf News Exclusive, June 14th, 2021: Even big construction firms find they do not have funds to clear end-of-service benefits New project activity from the private sector is.
UAE’S New Commercial Companies Law: Which Businesses Can Aim For 100% Foreign Ownership?
Gulf News Feature, May 20th, 2021: Shareholding changes at existing businesses will still be on case-to-case basis In terms of strategic importance, the revisions to the UAE Commercial.
Rise And Fall Of Uae Arabtec: From Building Burj Khalifa In Dubai And Louvre Abu Dhabi, To Filing For Bankruptcy
Gulf News Special Report, March 22nd, 2021: The company that built so many landmarks in UAE and abroad is now in a free fall Arabtec project sites are.
Ip Rights Need More Than Laws To Ensure Brands Are Protected
Gulf News Feature, March 19th, 2021: Awareness along with legal options are still best way to protect IP abuses Brand owners cannot afford any sort of breaches to.
Brands in UAE should protect their intellectual property rights within the burgeoning e-Commerce marketplace
Dubai, UAE, March 11th, 2021: Abdulla Alawadi & Associates, a 23-year-old UAE law firm, stressed upon the importance of establishing and preserving a brand’s Intellectual Property Rights (IPR).
Debtors and creditors should work together to mitigate the risks posed by the pandemic
Revised Bankruptcy Law to support SMEs with credit challenges Abdulla Alawadi & Associates, one of UAE’s oldest and prestigious law firms stated that impacted organisations with the SME.
It’s Crunch Time For Uae’s Biggest Contractor Arabtec As Liquidation And Claims’ Deadline Loom
Gulf News Feature, Nov 17th, 2020: Troubled construction giant calls shareholders meet on Nov. 30 to provide clarity Dubai: Arabtec could soon be replaced as contractor on some.
Main contractor’s liquidation and its impact on sub-contractors
Subcontractors will have to wait for the liquidator's report to be submitted before the competent judge for approval and the liquidation of assets Dubai, UAE, October 18th ,.
Legal consequences of stopping construction in UAE during the pandemic
Purchaser has the right to cite the relevant articles to defend his rights where claims can be initiated for unjust enrichment or termination of the agreement Dubai, UAE,.
Timely revision of rental contracts triggered by pandemic can help both parties
Regulating the relationship between tenant and owner both in the commercial and residential sectors is of prime importance to support the economy Dubai, UAE, September 1st, 2020: Abdulla.
eSignatures gain importance in UAE as commercial transactions rise
Growing eCommerce marketplace and supply chain industry has triggered the usage of eSignatures further Dubai, UAE, August 9th, 2020: Abdulla Alawadi & Associates, one of UAE’s oldest and.