United Arab Emirates

Presentation by AMERELLER at the UAE In-House Community eCongress 2021: Trends in Employment Law in the UAE


  1. Updates on UAE employment law and common challenges for companies today
  2. Changes to the employment relationship due to Covid-19
  3. Managing difficult HR situations – workforce reduction, changing employment terms and conditions, compensation and benefits, terminations
  4. Enforcing non-compete restrictions

Presenting Firm: AMERELLER


  • Jonathan P. Noble


The UAE In-House Community eCongress 2021 was attended by over 400/150 in-house counsel in UAE and the wider region. Jonathan P. Noble from AMERELLER presented on Trends in Employment Law in the UAE. You can watch the video of the presentation above or by clicking here.

If you have any questions or would like to receive a copy of the presentation slides, please contact the presenters directly. Their contact information is below.

Jonathan P. Noble

Jonathan P. Noble, Partner

Jonathan P. Noble is a local partner in the Dubai office.
He advises numerous multinational companies and regional
powerhouses on international transactions, company
formation, agency and distribution, joint ventures, and
corporate governance in the UAE, GCC and broader MENA region.

+971 4 432 3671



One by Omniyat, 14th Floor Business Bay, P.O. Box 97706, Dubai, United Arab Emirates


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