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Is your legal department optimizing every process, controlling every cost, taking advantage of every available piece of data? Are you leveraging technology and automated processes to transform your law department from a cost center to a strategic business partner?  ACC’s Legal Operations Maturity Model, Toolkit and Webinar Series will help move your legal department from novice to intermediate and advanced stages in key functions, such as Intellectual property management; Legal technology; Compliance; Contract management; and Information governance.

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Employment Seminar: Managing Workplace Investigations in the GCC

Oct 31, 2018 8:30 AM - 10:15 AM

Capital Club

Gate Village, Building 3

Dubai International Financial Centre

Dubai, United Arab Emirates



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ACC Newsstand

Avenue for Emirati and Saudi Investors to Obtain Compensation Under the OIC Agreement

Oct 09, 2018 - On 1 October 2018, Qatar based beIN Corporation (beIN) filed a Notice of Arbitration against the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia under the

International Arbitration Newsletter September - 2018 Regional Overview: Middle East and Africa

Sep 21, 2018 - The Commercial Court in London has recently lifted a US$3 billion worldwide freezing order obtained by Angola’s sovereign wealth fund in support of

Newsletter Arbitraje Internacional - Septiembre 2018 Panorama regional: Oriente Medio y África

Sep 21, 2018 - El Commercial Court de Londres ha levantado una Orden de congelación mundial de 3.000 millones de USD que había obtenido un fondo soberano de

French pharmaceutical company settles FCPA action with SEC for $25.2 million

Sep 07, 2018 - On September 4, the SEC announced that a French pharmaceutical company had agreed to pay $25.2 million to settle FCPA charges related to payments

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