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Business Laws of the United Arab Emirates is a looseleaf work published in two volumes which provides first class translations of the main laws, regulations, resolutions and decrees relating to business both of the Federal UAE and the individual emirates.
The work was first published in 1981, although the earliest law translated dates back to 1973, and has since been regularly updated, expanded and consolidated. The present volumes were published up to 2004 by Kluwer Law International, but the publication was acquired in 2008 by Lexgulf Publishers of the UK which is now reinstating a programme of regular updating supplements to bring the work up to date from 2004 to the present.
The subscription option therefore comprises Business Laws of the United Arab Emirates Volumes 1 & 2 (2004) with six updating supplements to be published during the remainder of 2009.
Dawoud El-Alami is a graduate of the University of Cairo, Faculty of Law, and obtained his PhD from the University of Glasgow. He is a member of the Egyptian Lawyers’ Syndicate, is a Lecturer in Islamic Studies at the University of Wales, and has written several books in English on Arab and Islamic law.
Katherine El-Alami has a BA in Arabic from the University of Exeter. Both have translated UAE business laws into English for over 10 years.