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About this event

One of the main reasons small businesses fail is due to a lack of cash flow. One of the main causes of this is usually delayed payment from customers. 

With the laws and regulations constantly changing in the UAE and the added impact of COVID to small businesses, knowing where you stand can be very confusing and finding the right people to seek advice from is scarce. In this webinar, our legal expert will help you navigate through the UAE regulations to help find out an ideal solution in getting paid sooner.

What will I learn

  • Best practices when invoicing customers
  • How to follow up to ensure you get paid sooner
  • What are your legal rights?
  • What UAE legal process can I follow?
  • How do I find the right person to represent me?

About Lex Consortia

Lex Consortia is a UAE based Legal Consultancy providing corporate, commercial, compliance, municipal and regulatory legal services as its core, as well as Litigation and Intellectual Property supporting services through our panel of affiliates by way of matchm

About the Speakers

Beenish Haider (Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Lex Consortia)

Beenish is a legal professional with over ten years experience in corporate, commercial, dispute resolution and advisory across Common and Civil law jurisdictions. She holds an LLM in International and Comparative Law from the National University of Singapore and has been admitted since 2010.

Rayhan Aleem (Founder and Managing Partner, Alpha Pro Partners)

Rayhan has previously managed finance departments of several large financial services firms in the City of London and is passionate about accounting and reporting automation for small and medium sized businesses. In his free time, Rayhan enjoys playing football and keeping fit.

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Webinar Details

Wednesday 28th April 2021

Time: 4pm (UAE time)