International Arbitration 2017

Last Updated June 28, 2017

International Arbitration 2017 - Comparisons

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Last Updated June 28, 2017

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Law and Practice

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BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP with offices in three Emirates, handles a volume of arbitration claims in excess of AED1 billion a year, acting mainly for claimants that stem from the construction, insurance (life/medical/fire) and reinsurance industries. The firm has an in-house Dubai International Finance Centre (DIFC), a UAE federal courts litigation capability (necessary in terms of award enforcement and court-related interim relief) and a capability to handle arbitration proceedings conducted exclusively in Arabic, thus offering a full range of arbitration-related services in the UAE. The firm is licensed to appear before the UAE federal and DIFC courts, and its UAE federal litigation team is led by Dr Ahmad Bin Hezeem, a former director general of the Dubai Courts. The firm has offices in four emirates (Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Ras Al Khaimah and Sharjah).

1. General
2. Governing Law
3. Arbitration Agreement
4. The Arbitral Tribunal
5. Jurisdiction
6. Preliminary and Interim Relief
7. Procedure
8. Evidence
9. Confidentiality
10. The Award
11. Review of an Award
12. Enforcement of an Award

Author


BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP with offices in three Emirates, handles a volume of arbitration claims in excess of AED1 billion a year, acting mainly for claimants that stem from the construction, insurance (life/medical/fire) and reinsurance industries. The firm has an in-house Dubai International Finance Centre (DIFC), a UAE federal courts litigation capability (necessary in terms of award enforcement and court-related interim relief) and a capability to handle arbitration proceedings conducted exclusively in Arabic, thus offering a full range of arbitration-related services in the UAE. The firm is licensed to appear before the UAE federal and DIFC courts, and its UAE federal litigation team is led by Dr Ahmad Bin Hezeem, a former director general of the Dubai Courts. The firm has offices in four emirates (Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Ras Al Khaimah and Sharjah).