DIFC launches specialised court for Dubai digital economy

Mark Battersby
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The Dubai International Financial Centre (DIFC) Courts have announced a new specialised court to simplify the settlement process of complex civil and commercial disputes related to the digital economy. In a briefing note on 5 January, Tom Bicknell, financial services expert at Pinsent Masons, said the specialised court "is likely to attract new investors interested in the digital space". It will deal with national and international disputes related to current and emerging technologies and cover a wide variety of fields including big data, blockchain tech, artificial intelligence, clou...

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