A woman sued a car manufacturer, demanding that it pay her Dhs50,000 as a compensation for the injuries she sustained due to a malfunction in the airbag installed in her car.
The Abu Dhabi Criminal Court sentenced two Filipinos to death on charges of possessing and peddling narcotics and psychotropic substances. It also ordered the seized materials to be destroyed and the mobile phones used and the cash money generated to be confiscated.
The defendants used to peddle narcotics and psychotropic substances for some drug dealers outside the UAE in exchange for sums of money.
The case dated back to a tip-off received by the Abu Dhabi Anti-Narcotics Department that the defendant was promoting narcotics and psychotropic substances by communicating with a drug dealer outside the UAE.
The plaintiff indicated that he worked as a manager and the appellee accused him of corruption and exploitation of his public profession to his personal interests through the “Zoom” app.
A woman filed a lawsuit against a company demanding it to pay her Dhs300,000 in compensation for the material and moral damage she incurred as a result of not enabling her to obtain her job even after signing the job offer sent by the company.
The company indicated that it terminated the appellee’s services due to his poor performance in his work, as he did not succeed in attracting any client to the company.
The details of the case date back to an earlier time, when the school filed a lawsuit demanding that the parent pay it Dhs116,000, besides the fees and expenses of the lawsuit and lawyer’s fees.
The court also ordered the seized items to be confiscated and obligated the convict to pay the costs and expenses resulting from the disposal of the confiscated items.
The court took prompt legal measures and ended the disputes by moving directly to the workers' place of residence onboard the Mobile Court, to hand over their financial entitlements in accordance with the Court decisions issued in their favour.