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Anna Hackworth

Associate

Anna works within the Corporate and Commercial team.

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Anna advises on a broad range of corporate matters, both regionally and internationally, with a focus on mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures and private equity. Anna has a particular interest in advising family businesses on governance and restructuring matters.

Prior to qualifying, Anna completed her training contract in our Dubai office. She provided legal support across different departments including Litigation & Dispute Resolution, Real Estate, and Construction.

Anna is admitted as a solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales.

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  • Copyright in the Age of AI

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  • Digital Deception: The Rise of Deepfakes

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  • New Regulations for the UAE’s Media Sector in 2024

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  • Under the Influence: Legal Considerations for Social Media Influencer Partnerships in the UAE

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  • Ctrl + GCC: The Rise of e-Sports in the Gulf

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  • The End of the SAG-AFTRA Strike & What it Means for the Middle East

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  • UAE Strengthens its Position as Leading Destination for A.I.

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  • New Governance Guidelines for family-owned businesses in the UAE

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  • CDR – Essential Intelligence: The Belt and Road Initiative 2022

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  • Paula Boast, Glenn Bull, Anna Hackworth and Sarah Alaiwat write for CDR - Essential Intelligence: The Belt and Road Initiative

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