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The Middle East and North Africa: An Overview of the Region and its Dispute Resolution Landscape

13 June 2017 | Beijing
China

The dispute resolution landscape in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), is forever shifting.

There have been a number of important developments recently in several key jurisdictions across the region. These developments have impacted the way in which many international companies conduct their business and protect their interests. Whether your company is already active in MENA or considering entering the market, you must keep apprised of these latest legal developments to ensure your company's business interests and rights are fully protected against future risks.

Hogan Lovells' Middle East team has significant experience conducting litigation, arbitration and alternative forms of dispute resolution across MENA, covering a wide range of industry sectors, from construction and engineering through to energy, investment, insurance, banking, hospitality, employment, and commercial disputes.

In this one-hour seminar, we will provide you with an overview of:

  • the economic outlook for the region going into 2017 and beyond;
  • the dispute resolution landscape in MENA;
  • the key recent developments in international arbitration and the various state courts.

Our Middle East dispute resolution specialists will illustrate the various risks involved in conducting business in MENA by drawing on their own experiences as well as providing useful advice on how best to minimize those risks. In addition to the seminar, all attendees will be provided with a copy of Hogan Lovells' MENA Dispute Resolution Guide, along with our 2017 Investment Outlook Report for the Middle East. Both publications will prove extremely useful to commercial directors and in-house counsel.

Hogan Lovells International LLP
31st Floor, Tower 3
China Central Place
No. 77 Jianguo Road
Beijing
China, 100025

13 June 2017 | Beijing

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