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Sean Yates published in Lexis Nexis on historic case at the DIFC Court of First Instance

Sean Yates published in Lexis Nexis on historic case at the DIFC Court of First Instance

Sean Yates writes for Lexis Nexis Middle East analysing a case heard by the DIFC Court of First Instance titled ‘The DIFC Courts Apply Riyadh Convention Provisions in a Claim for Recognition of a Foreign Judgment’. On 13 September 2023, in Murex Gulf Properties Company K.S.C.C. v The Investment Dar Company K.S.C.C. (Murex), the DIFC Court of First Instance heard an application from the Claimant to amend its claim form. In this article, Sean Yates expertly dissects the implications and significance of this groundbreaking amendment application. Analysis The analysis was published by Lexis Nexis Middle East on 13th September and can be found here (subscription required). Find out more Based in Dubai, UAE, Sean specialises in international arbitration and civil…

External Publications 20 Sep, 2023

Anson Cheung published in The MENA Business Law Review (LexisNexis)

Outer Temple’s Anson Cheung has been published in The MENA Business Law Review (LexisNexis). Her ‘Case Comment’ is entitled ‘IGPL General Trading v. Hortin Holdings & Ors’. Anson Cheung has written an article (Case Comment) for The MENA Business Law Review (LexisNexis). Within the article, Anson provides a detailed analysis of the ‘IGPL General Trading v. Hortin Holdings & Ors’ case. Please view Ansons’s full article here- This article was first published in The MENA Business Law Review No. 03/2022 (LexisNexis) Find out more Anson Cheung practises in international arbitration, construction and commercial litigation including financial services, professional negligence and pensions. She was awarded a full-ride merit-based scholarship, the Swire Scholarship, for her undergraduate degree, and graduated from the University of Oxford with a Double First in…

External Publications 10 Oct, 2022

Lydia Seymour acts for successful claimant in CRAFT. Read her analysis.

Outer Temple’s Lydia Seymour analyses the recent decision in CRAFT v POPE. Directors’ Duties – remedies when property is taken in breach of duty. Lydia Seymour, who was instructed by Hugh James, acted for the successful Claimant in CRAFT (Ceredigion Recycling and Furniture Team), an important Chancery Division decision on remedies in cases involving misappropriation of company assets by Directors.  This is a useful decision on how remedies should be determined in a situation in which company directors have wrongfully converted company property to themselves—should the property simply be returned in full, or is it open to the directors to argue that they should have credit for sums that they would have received had they acted in accordance with their duties? In this…

Legal Blogs 26 Sep, 2022

Deborah Sabalot published by LexisNexis Butterworths

One of Outer Temple’s Professional Associates Deborah Sabalot, has recently been published by LexisNexis Butterworths. Her handbook is entitled ‘Butterworths Securities and Financial Services Law Handbook 23rd edition’. ‘Butterworths Securities and Financial Services Law Handbook 23rd edition’ by Deborah Sabalot, has been described as the most comprehensive curation of consolidated UK legislative material on the financial services industry. Presented across two volumes, this annual handbook brings together the primary, secondary and European legislation which forms the regulatory framework for the financial services industry. To complete this comprehensive work, lists or tables of all amending enactments are included at the beginning of each Act, statutory instrument and European Directive and Regulation. Click here to view where you can purchase the handbook.…

External Publications 17 Jun, 2022

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