Aviation Magnate To Disclose Docs In Dispute With UAE Fund

Law360, London (October 1, 2019, 3:52 PM BST) -- An aviation operator can have a say in who shares forensic images on his electronic devices and emails in connection with a bitter legal battle with an investment authority owned by the United Arab Emirates, a London judge has ruled.

High Court Judge Philip Kramer ruled that Farhad Azima can object to the individual chosen by Ras Al Khaimah Investment Authority to share  the data, according to a Sept. 27 order. But Judge Kramer said that Azima will have to turn over the information for inspection if the court dismisses his objection and appoints a representative for the authority.

The investment authority, known as...

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