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Dubai Chambers hosts workshops on the legal aspects of conducting business

by Madaline Dunn

Dubai Chambers recently organised three workshops on pertinent legal topics, with the aim of empowering businesses in Dubai.

The workshops were organised in partnership with three expert legal firms and were attended by 260 participants.

One of the workshops focused on labour law and discussed employment regulations in the UAE.

Held in collaboration with Habib Al Mulla and Partners, the session covered various topics including employment contracts, obligations of the employee and the employer, leaves, non-compete clauses, emiratisation, termination, and labour disputes.

Another workshop, conducted in partnership with Clout Legal Consultancy, focused on new legislation and best practices surrounding bounced cheques.

The session tackled issues such as penalties under Commercial Transactions Law, special considerations for company cheques, and bank liability for wrongful dishonour.

The third webinar was hosted with Abdullah Al-Haddad, Lawyers and Legal Consultants, and addressed the important aspects of establishing and legalising companies.

The webinar also provided information on the different procedures for establishing and managing different types of companies.

“We have conducted numerous workshops and webinars to strengthen awareness on the legal requirements of conducting business in Dubai. Our continued efforts are important in helping companies ensure their compliance with laws and regulations. These workshops contribute to the enhancement of Dubai’s favourable business environment, reinforcing the private sector’s confidence in Dubai’s ability to remain at the forefront of the global business landscape,” commented His Excellency Mohammad Ali Rashed Lootah, President and CEO of Dubai Chambers.

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