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1. The proposed new Part 58 of the Rules of the DIFC Court creates the Digital Economy Court. This is a new division of the DIFC Courts intended to be at the forefront of resolving disputes relating to current and emergent technologies, including digital assets, cryptocurrency, big data, blockchain technologies, artificial... Continue Reading »