Globalisation is no longer the exclusive province of multinational companies, but a prime target for ambitious SMEs. Al Tamimi’s Stephen Jiew explains what to do…

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For a huge number of SMEs, Cloud computing offers a flexible, attractive and highly practical business solution. Yet it can also open the door to a variety of security and legal concerns – and here, Al Tamimi’s Nick O’Connell reviews the dangers…

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Waldo Steyn of Al Tamimi & Co., provides an analysis of the new competition law governing the UAE, and how it will impact the day-to-day operations of businesses.

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Dubai Chamber of Commerce and Industry, in association with law firms Habib Al Mulla & Company and Baker and McKenzie, organised a Legal Aspects of Franchising workshop.

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The global law firm recently hosted a seminar aimed at providing SMEs with guidance on a range of corporate and commercial issues.

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Regulations governing sales, warranties, exchanges and refunds in the new sectors are part of the latest edition

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David Yates of Al Tamimi & Co. highlights some key issues in the context of technology contracts, which may come as a surprise to lawyers and clients more familiar with the laws of their home countries.

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Dubai Chamber organised dialogue discusses the role of corporate governance in value creation and enterprise performance.

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A recent event hosted by Dubai School of Government highlights the facilitating role that investor protection agreements play in settling investor-state disputes.

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The Department of Economic Development in Dubai, has reiterated that no free zone company can conduct business within Dubai unless it has a DED licence or chose to open a branch in Dubai in accordance with the law.

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