“LEGAL AND PRACTICAL ASPECTS OF E-COMMERCE” WEBINAR
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About the Event
With the increasing volume and continuing rise of E-commerce businesses and transactions, it is significant to examine the legal and practical aspects of E-Commerce.
Both experienced e-commerce and new market entrants will benefit from this webinar which will provide participants with thorough understanding of recent developments and modern trends in the e-commerce market from both legal and commercial perspectives.
Dubai Chamber of Commerce in collaboration with Amazon.ae and Taylor Wessing LLP
This webinar will provide the participants with:
- An understanding of E-commerce opportunities and challenges in the UAE
- A practical understanding of business and commercial considerations for setting up and running an e-commerce business in the UAE
- Knowledge of the laws and legal considerations relevant to the setting up and running of an e-commerce business
- Recent commercial/legal trends and developments
- November 24th, 2022
- 11:30 am – 12:30 pm
Taylor Wessing LLP (Dubai Branch)
Abdullah is one of the MENA region’s leading corporate lawyers with extensive roots in technology, media and communications, he has over 27 years’ experience in corporate law practicing in London and the Middle East specialising in M&A, corporate finance, venture capital, e-commerce and special situations.
Abdullah is a corporate specialist with particularly deep experience of cross-border M&A, venture capital and commercial advisory work. His deal list extends to more than 100 venture capital financing transactions as well as several multi-billion-dollar strategic M&A transactions including sell-side and buy-side mandates in addition to many private equity and principal investing acquisitions and disposals.
Taylor Wessing LLP (Dubai Branch)
Julia is a senior counsel in the Corporate and Commercial group. She acts for clients on a wide range of transactions in the UAE and Middle East region, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, and investment re-structuring. Julia advises clients on a number of increasing and fast developing local law compliance affairs, including data protection and privacy, corporate governance, and on specialist regulatory matters that are essential to the financial services and healthcare sectors.
With many years of experience advising on commercial terms taking UAE law specifics into account, especially for agency and distribution matters, and franchise arrangements.
Ms. Farah Abu Saleh
Consumer Goods, Amazon.ae
Farah Abu Saleh joined Amazon in March 2021 as Head of Seller Services, leading the Consumer Goods division in GCC at Amazon.ae & Amazon.sa. Based in the UAE, Farah is a dynamic and motivated leader focused on driving growth through existing and new merchants to deliver a world-class experience for both customers and Selling Partners.
Having worked across world-renowned companies including Shell, Boston Consulting Group, and Uber, Farah’s responsibilities span across setting the strategy for consumer goods corresponding to business and operational objectives, executing strategies supporting business growth, and owning end-to-end the Selling Partner experience to improve business input metrics that drive category growth to ultimately enhance customer experience.