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Research for the 2023 Middle East awards has begun – winners will be announced at a live event in Dubai on October 17
The Women in Business Law Awards is excited to present its shortlist for the 2022 EMEA awards.
Islamic finance expert Luma Saqqaf considers the specifics of structuring a combined Sharia’a compliant sustainable transaction
The Europe, Middle East, & Africa awards research cycle has now begun – don’t miss out on this opportunity to be recognised
The EMEA region research cycle has commenced - do not miss the opportunity to nominate your work from 2021!
IFLR is delighted to reveal the winning deals, teams, law firms and individuals for the 2021 edition of its Middle East Awards
Check out the shortlist for the annual IFLR Middle East Awards at the Burj Al Arab in Dubai on Wednesday October 16. Get in touch now to book your table
All the shortlisted deals, teams, firms and individuals have now been announced


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    All the winning deals, teams, firms and individuals from the Middle East awards can now be announced
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    Ahmed El Amoury A foreign construction company in Qatar recently won a lawsuit in relation to a dispute with a local company. This case is significant because the competent court applied and upheld the principle of personal freedom and the rights of movement set out in the Qatari Constitution. These hold that personal freedom and the rights of movement outside the state should not be restricted except in accordance with the law.
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    Seem Maleh It is common for courts to order one of the parties in a facility agreement to specifically perform their obligations under the facility. However, it is rare for courts to impose daily fines until the breaching party performs those obligations.