Online Training: How Best to Limit Liability in Contracts - Fichte & Co

Online Training: How Best to Limit Liability in Contracts

28/09/2020

9:30 am - 11:30 am

Overview

Join LexisNexis Middle East, in partnership with Fichte & Co, for an online training session on how best to limit liability in contracts.

Attend the training and earn 2 CLPD Accredited points!

A commercial lawyer is essentially called to balance not only a legal risk but a business and commercial risk. Whereas the commercial contracts are the siege where liability limitations, risk mitigation, and the overall obligations are enshrined, a commercial lawyer should be well accustomed to the anticipated risks of litigation and should be able to project the application of that contract to the business relationship per se.

For this, both the substantive and procedural laws need to be well taken into consideration in order to ensure a genuine limitation of liability, protection rests, as well as the correct management of that contract. Whereas the UAE Law provides the regulatory tools in this respect, this discussion aims at exploring and explaining them, to support the practitioner to better and more valuable advice to the client.

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Dr. Laura Voda

Senior Associate
Dr. Laura Voda is part of the corporate and commercial practice group at the Dubai office of the firm. She has over 10 years’ experience in the region and has advised clients on a wide range of corporate and commercial matters including international transactions, cross border M&A, regulatory and compliance, ventures, business expansions, and real estate. She also holds notable experience in arbitration, both domestic and international, having represented clients in comprehensive commercial and real estate claims. Prior to joining Fichte &Co., she has worked for few major investment conglomerates in the region and gained valuable experience while heading the corporate and commercial practice of several law firms in Dubai. In her over 17 years of career span, she acted across various jurisdictions in the European Union, having a recognized experience in advising high net worth individuals or working at the crossroads of multiple systems of Law. In addition, she has worked for governmental institutions and for intergovernmental organizations as well. She holds a master’s and a Ph.D. in International Law and has studied in prestigious institutions across Europe and Asia. Laura has a keen interest in niche areas of law, such as the Law of the Sea, Outer Space Law or in the legal aspects of disruptive technologies such as blockchain or technology, where she is currently specializing. She is a book author and university lecturer in the field of Law. She is also a habitual contributor to various legal publications and legal training programs.