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New Implementing Regulations of the Saudi Arbitration Law now in force

On Friday 9 June 2017 the new Implementing Regulations of the Saudi Arbitration Law were published in the Official Gazette, meaning they are currently in force (read our recent update on the new Regulations). We would like...more

Saudi Arabia welcomes further clarity on Arbitration Laws

When the current Saudi Arbitration Law was passed in 2012, replacing the outdated 1982 Arbitration Law, it was considered to be a significant transformation in dispute resolution within the Kingdom. The change was a welcome...more

Court of Cassation confirms proceedings to set aside Dubai-seated awards cannot be commenced by the debtor

In a recent decision, the Dubai Court of Cassation (CoC) has confirmed that an award debtor is not entitled to apply to set aside an onshore Dubai arbitral award unless the award creditor has first applied to ratify and/or...more

The DIFC Court as a "conduit jurisdiction" - new development

The power of the Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Court to act as a so-called "conduit" jurisdiction for the enforcement of arbitral awards rendered in mainland Dubai (Onshore Dubai) has been severely restricted by...more

Enforcement of arbitral awards in the UAE

What has happened? Arbitration in the UAE has experienced tremendous growth in recent years, with both domestic and international users increasingly drawn to many of its advantages over conventional court litigation....more

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