Chambers International Arbitration 2019 Second Edition - Bahrain
Although litigation remains the primary dispute resolution mechanism in the Kingdom of Bahrain, international arbitration is an increasingly popular alternative.
Our Bahrain Litigation and Arbitration Team is delighted to have been selected as a contributor to the Chambers International Arbitration 2019 Second Edition.
To read more on our team’s practical guidance for legal businesses dealing in Bahrain, please click here.
Published with permission from Chambers and Partners. This chapter was first published in August 2019. For further information please visit https://practiceguides.chambers.com/practice-guides/international-arbitration-2019/bahrain
Paula Boast, Glenn Bull, Anna Hackworth and Sarah Alaiwat write for CDR - Essential Intelligence: The Belt and Road Initiative
A useful reference for BI disputes in project finance, investment and construction.
Patrick Gearon FCIArb
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Patrick Gearon FCIArb
Patrick Gearon and Haleema Wahid write for The Oath on the rise of litigation
Patrick and Haleema consider some of the litigation funding options available in the UAE, with a particular emphasis on third-party funding.
Gareth Mills writes for Lexology Getting The Deal Through on technology disputes in Bahrain
The most common disputes occur following perceived or actual failures to deliver required technology services an lack of clarity.
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Be careful what you reference: when witness evidence waives privilege
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Ghassan El Daye
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Ghassan comments on the latest proposals to establish a National Human Rights Institution.
Paula Boast, Thanos Karvelis, Niel Coertse and Mazin Al Mardhi write for the International Comparative Legal Guide - International Arbitration 2021
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Mark Hill writes for In-House Community Magazine on solutions templating, a new priority for in-house legal teams
Removing the burden from legal teams, contract managers and administrators.
Construct.Law - Summer 2021
Click here to read the summer edition of our construction & infrastructure publication - Construct.law
The Oath reports on the recruitment of Peter Smith as a Senior Associate in the firm’s Dubai office
Peter Smith is a barrister with experience in a wide range of civil and commercial disputes across the GCC,
Weighing in on the importance of attention to detail in service cases
Rory looks at recent judgments that have emphasised the need to follow correct procedure when serving documents in court cases
The Oath report on the hire of Peter Smith as a Senior Associate in the firm's Dubai office
Peter Smith is a barrister with experience in a wide range of civil and commercial disputes across the GCC.
Ghassan El Daye
Ghassan El Daye quoted by Gulf Today and Al Khaleej on the firm successfully opposing an extradition request in complex litigation with Bulgarian Authorities
An extradition request against Vasil Krumov Bozhkov, was rejected by UAE authorities.
Antiques Trade Gazette and eprivateclient cover this firm's hire of art and luxury asset specialist Chris Haywood in Dubai
Chris joins the firm as a Senior Associate in the Dubai office.
ICC 2021 Rules
The ICC has recently updated its rules for arbitration: the new rules entered into force on 1 January 2021 (the “2021 Rules”).
Adding claimants pre-service and amending outside the limitation period: pitfalls for the unwary
Sonia looks at a recent High Court judgment and its important guidance on the ability of claimants to be added to a claim before service
Use and Regulation of Renewable Energy Certificates in the UAE
The market for trading in renewable energy certificates is set to increase in both visibility and importance.
Damages-based agreements: an island of clarity in changing seas
Simon, Joe and Lauren look at a recent judgment which is a welcome island of clarity in the damages-based agreement sea of uncertainty.