When establishing a presence in the UAE, foreign investors have the choice of either incorporating in one of the UAE's many economic free trade zones or freezones, or opting to incorporate in onshore UAE. LexisNexis Middle East, in partnership with Squire Patton Boggs and the DIFC Academy, will host a training session about foreign investment in the GCC. Our experts explain how the UAE's legislative framework is helping to support foreign investors.
With the COVID-19 pandemic, which is already having and predicted to have a further significant impact on the UAE economy, we can expect to see several businesses being driven to build strategies which include financial recovery, restructuring and insolvency. LexisNexis Middle East, in partnership with Baker & McKenzie and the DIFC Academy, will host a course on insolvency frameworks post COVID-19. During the training session, we will explore whether the current insolvency framework across the UAE can manage such demand, whilst delving into what the legal framework could possibly look like post pandemic.
Online Training | COVID-19 and the Potential Application of the Concept of Force Majeure in the GCC | 16 December 2020 | 5PM to 7PM (Kuwait time)16/12/2020 17:00
LexisNexis Middle East, Kuwait Technical College Center for Continuing Education and Al-Yaqout & Al-Fouzan Legal Group are pleased to invite you to join us for an online training session on 16 December 2020 from 5PM to 7PM (Kuwait time), where Dr. Talal AlAdwani will discuss COVID-19 and the Potential Application of the Concept of Force Majeure in the GCC.