Dubai Arbitration Week (DAW) 2022 – MHLF Events

This year, MHLF will be hosting two events as part of Dubai Arbitration Week 2022

To register to attend our events, kindly click below:

Event 1: When Bankruptcy & Arbitration Meet

Date: 14.11.22

Time: 09:00 – 11:45am

Location: Waldorf Astoria, DIFC, Dubai

Outline:

The structure of the session will be in the form of a panel discussion. MHLF will be inviting legal experts, offering their personal and professional experiences concerning bankruptcy and arbitration, from their respective jurisdictions. The panelists shall offer a practical point of view in relation to the substantive and procedural aspects of the proceedings of bankruptcy and arbitration by indulging in conversation and discussions.

Registration Link:  https://whenbankruptcyandarbitrat.rsvpify.com 

Event 2: Cryptocurrencies, Islamic Fintech in International Commercial Arbitration: Prospects and Challenges

Date: 17.11.22

Time: 09:00 – 11:45am

Location: Waldorf Astoria, DIFC, Dubai

Outline:

The crypto-world in the Middle East is currently on trend, and the market has shown a significant hike in the crypto related investments. Given the novel nature of the area, the disputes are imminent. This panel discussion will be aimed in highlighting and discussing the various issues surrounding a crypto-related dispute e.g., without limitation, their arbitrability, the issues surrounding the enforcement of the award, their compliance with the public policy, e.g., whether the same are shariah compliant, etc

Registration Link: https://Mhlfevent2.rsvpify.com 

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