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Sarosh Zaiwalla: The international arbitrator from India

At stake is $50 billion and the reputation of a government, and it could now rest on, among other people, a Parsi lawyer who was born and raised in Mumbai but who practises in the United Kingdom. The case goes back to 2003, when the Russian government ... Economic Times, 2 months ago

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The Middle East Magazine, 3 days ago
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UAE insolvency legislation: a priority for economic growth

Sarosh Zaiwalla, founder and senior partner of Zaiwalla & Company Solicitors points out how an early decision to implement insolvency legislation in the UAE could pay dividends Towards the end of last year, it was announced that the UAE's long ...
 The Middle East Magazine3 days ago
LondonlovesBusiness.com

9 quotes of the year from some of our top interviews of 2014

Here are the most intriguing and inspiring quotes from our favourite interviews of 2014 Lawyer and entrepreneur Sarosh Zaiwalla The Dalai Lama took my hand and put it on his heart and said: only you can help me. Im a big believer in that you ...
 LondonlovesBusiness.com4 weeks ago
Global Banking & Finance Review

MULTINATIONAL COMPANIES MUST BE BETTER EDUCATED ON COMPLYING WITH FOREIGN COURT ORDERS

By MrKartik Mittal, Solicitor at Zaiwalla and Co Solicitors For years, the English legal system has been considered the most objective and fair. This has resulted in an influx of foreign nationals and companies flocking to our shores to settle ...
 Global Banking & Finance Review1 month ago
Emirates247

UAE Insolvency Law: Priority for business growth

Towards the end of last year, it was announced that the UAE's long anticipated reform of the insolvency reform bill was reaching its final stages prior to implementation. The legal framework was drawn up following the establishment of the Dubai ...
 Emirates2473 days ago An insolvency law can be a gamechanger for UAE  Gulf News1 week ago

EU court sets aside sanctions on Iranian Bank

MUMBAI: General Court of the European Union in a judgment delivered on Friday set aside sanctions and held that the EU Council was unable to produce any evidence that Bank Tejarat was involved in any way in the provision of support for Iran's ...
 Times of India5 days ago EU Court annuls sanctions against Bank Tejarat of Iran »  24x7 News5 days ago

EU On Brink Of Agreement To Reinforce Sanctions Regime

By Laurence Norman BRUSSELSThe European Union is on the brink of approving a major change to the bloc's legal rules that would shore up the region's sanctions regime against Iran, Syria and Russia by offering member states a channel for offering ...
 iMarketReports6 days ago EU Nears Agreement to Reinforce Sanctions  iMarketReports6 days ago
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DGAP-Regulatory: Kazakhstan Kagazy PLC: 2014 AGM RESULTS

Kazakhstan Kagazy PLC / AGM Statement 19.12.2014 15:01 Dissemination of a Regulatory Announcement, transmitted by EquityStory.RS, LLC - a company of EQS Group AG. The issuer is solely responsible for the content of this announcement.
 TeleTrader.com1 month ago An Open Letter to Shareholders of Kazakhstan Kagazy Plc and the Chairman of the Board, Sir Tony Baldry, and Independent Director, Martin Quirke  Scottrade2 months ago CORRECTING and REPLACING An Open Letter to Shareholders of Kazakhstan Kagazy Plc and the Chairman of …  Yahoo! Finance2 months ago
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Times of India

Strict UK laws seek to scan migrants' job role

MUMBAI: The United Kingdom (UK) recently tightened its immigration regulations for skilled migrants. Even applications for entry into the UK of skilled workers being deputed by Indian companies to their UK-based subsidiary will come in for scrutiny ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Times of India

No more easy entry to UK via sham marriages

MUMBAI: The United Kingdom has amended its laws to crack down on sham marriages. Registrars will now have to refer to the home office all proposed marriages, which involve non-European Economic Area (non-EEA) nationals such as Indian citizens, who ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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