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CFI 051/2018 The Dubai Financial Services Authority v (1) The Commissioner of Data Protection (2) Anna Waterhouse

CFI 051/2018 The Dubai Financial Services Authority v (1) The Commissioner of Data Protection (2) Anna Waterhouse

February 7, 2019

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Claim No: CFI-051-2018

 

IN THE DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE COURTS

 

IN THE COURT OF FIRST INSTANCE

IN THE MATTER OF AN APPPEAL UNDER ARTICLE 37(1) OF DIFC LAW NO.1 OF 2007 (THE DATA PROTECTION LAW)

BETWEEN:

 

THE DUBAI FINANCIAL SERVICES AUTHORITY

                                                                                                     Applicant

 

and 

(1) THE COMMISSIONER OF DATA PROTECTION

(2) ANNA WATERHOUSE

                                                                                                        Respondents

Defendants


CASE MANAGEMENT ORDER OF THE DEPUTY REGISTRAR NOUR HINEDI


UPON hearing the parties at a formal procedural meeting on 6 February 2019

AND UPON reading the relevant material in the case file

IT IS HEREBY ORDERED THAT:

1.There shall be no stay of proceedings pending the outcome of the immediate judgment application.

2. The new procedural timetable in this case, is set as follows:

(a) the First and Second Respondent’sResponse, to the Applicant’s Particulars of Claim, including any evidence sought to be relied uponin support,be filed by no later than 17 February 2019;

(b) the Applicant’s Reply, to the First and Second Respondent’s Response, including any evidence sought to be relied upon in support, be filed no laterthan 17 March 2019; and

(c) the case be listed for a Pre-Trial Review on the first available date after 17 March 2019.

3. Evidence filed in this case be considered as evidence filed in CFI-085-2018 and vice-versa.

4. No order as to costs.

Issued by:

Nour Hineidi

Deputy Registrar

Date of issue: 7 February 2019

Time: 4 pm

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