Check out our latest insight of LexisNexis, authored by our Senior Associate, Rajiv Suri, which elaborates on the criminal liability of Directors under UAE law. Criminal liability of directors under most of the texts of law do not necessarily apply on directors by virtue of their titles but rather on the basis of the abuse of powers granted to them. Therefore, most of the texts imposing a criminal penalty of an officer or director provides for a waiver in case such officer or director was not part of any such abuse or the decision-making leading to the breach or objected to it or abstained from supporting it. To read more, please click here.
If you have any questions about this or any other query related to dispute resolution, intellectual property, corporate & commercial, commercial laws and digital assets laws, please get in touch with the author Rajiv Suri directly on [email protected].
Rajiv Suri is a senior associate in the intellectual property and corporate and commercial team at Alsuwaidi & Company. Rajiv advises clients on strategies involving a wide range of intellectual property and commercial laws including contractual agreements and digital assets. He has been involved in managing corporate portfolios across various industries.