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Dubai Seminars 2022: DIFC practice, procedure & recent developments

Location: The Ritz-Carlton, Dubai International Financial Centre

On Tuesday, 31st May our barristers will present a series of talks on ‘DIFC practice, procedure and recent developments’ from 5:45 PM at the Ritz Carlton, DIFC.  The talks will be followed by a drinks reception at 7:00 PM.

The programme includes topics from four of Serle Court’s distinguished barristers:

Zoe O’Sullivan QC 

  • Jurisdiction of the DIFC Court to make freezing orders in support of foreign proceedings, including general consideration of the nature of a freezing order as explained in the Privy Council’s authoritative decision in the case of Broad Idea.

Professor Jonathan Harris QC (Hon.) (Joint general editor of Dicey, Morris and Collins, The Conflict of Laws

  • Jurisdiction and the enforcement of Foreign Judgments.

James Weale  

  • Committal proceedings: practice, procedure and recent developments.

Gregor Hogan 

  • Insurance, Reinsurance and the Jurisdiction of the DIFC Courts.

If would like to attend then please email our BD team via email.

The members of Serle Court look forward to catching up with clients and colleagues whilst in Dubai. If you would like to arrange to meet with our Senior Clerk, Daniel Wheeler between 29-31 May then please contact him via email or phone: 00 44 207 400 7172.