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Dubai Chambers Hosts Legal Workshops on Corporate Governance, Labour Laws

by Madaline Dunn

Dubai Chambers recently organised legal workshops aimed at enhancing the local business community’s compliance with laws governing a range of sectors.

Attended by 340 participants from the private sector, the workshops covered:

  • Export and import operations
  • The licensing and regulation of virtual asset businesses
  • Corporate governance and compliance
  • The UAE Labor Law.

The corporate governance and compliance workshop was held in collaboration with Watson Farley & Williams and FTI Consulting and examined a range of topics from both legal and practical perspectives.

The workshop centred on providing participants with a better understanding of the local and regional legal landscapes through real-world case studies and discussed the latest trends, auditing mechanisms, and compliance verification.

The labour law session, meanwhile, held in partnership with Eman Al-Rifai Advocates and Legal Consultants, shed light on the rules and regulations relating to UAE Labor Law.

The session focused on various types of employment contracts, the legalities surrounding the termination of employment contracts, and the legal rules and principles governing relations between workers and employers.

Dubai Chambers is a non-profit public entity in the emirate which regularly hosts sessions for the local business community.

It comprises three chambers: Dubai Chamber of Commerce, Dubai Chamber of Digital Economy, and Dubai International Chamber.

The workshop is the latest in a series of sessions aimed at raising awareness of the latest legislative developments impacting all sectors of the business community.

Indeed, Dubai Chambers also recently hosted three legal workshops aimed at familiarising the local business community with key aspects of maritime law, data protection, and bounced cheques.

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