Emerging changes: Recent developments in arbitration and litigation in the UAE, the DIFC and the ADGM

The disputes landscape in the UAE is forever shifting. There have been a number of important developments this year in the UAE impacting both arbitration and court proceedings. In order to...

International Arbitration in Latin America: On Cultural and Diversity Considerations

Gabriella Morello moderated a panel at an event co-hosted by the Hispanic National Bar Foundation and the Cuban American Bar Association, and Javier Peral served as a panelist. They...

Hogan Lovells at The Big 5 Conference 2017 - The Big 5 Business Talks

Nabeel Ikram, Construction Disputes Partner, will be speaking at the The Big 5 Conference on the "Big 5 areas to consider when resolving the inevitable construction dispute."

Hogan Lovells Annual Middle East Construction Seminar

Hogan Lovells Construction and Engineering Practice in the Middle East would like to invite you to our seminar to discuss avoidance, preparation and management of claims through the...

Undertaking business in the Middle East

Based on combined experience of over 30 years working in the Middle East, our speakers will provide insight into what international investors should look out for when doing business in the...

International Arbitration in Hong Kong and Asia

International arbitration is experiencing a boom in Asia, particularly in places such as Hong Kong and Singapore. This seminar will provide an insight on how to resolve disputes with...

Breakfast Briefing - Perspectives on the proliferation of arbitral institutions in Africa

Traditionally, international arbitration involving African parties has been administered by arbitral institutions based outside of the African continent, particularly established...

Breakfast Briefing - Shifting Sands: Recent developments in the DIFC Courts and arbitration in the UAE

Like the sands of desert, the disputes' landscape in the UAE is forever shifting. There have been a number of important developments recently in the UAE impacting both court and arbitration ...

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