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KluwerArbitrationBlog

22 Aug 2014
by Jessika Stadwick

The Birth of a New UAE Federal Arbitration Law: A Long and Difficult Labour

Enactment of a federal arbitration law has been ‘imminent’ since the United Arab Emirates acceded to the New York Convention in 2006 (the ‘Convention’). Once enacted, it is expected that the federal law will repeal Articles 203 to 218 of …
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KluwerMediationBlog

21 Aug 2014
by Martin Svatoš

When the Mediators Pay the Highest Price

Recent development in the Near East reminds how long and disastrous the Arabic-Israeli conflict is. Unfortunately, it has already claimed thousands of victims and every one of these tragedies could narrate a specific and sad story. One among them is …

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