Dubai has served as a focal point for energy interests in the Middle East for decades. Since opening its doors in 2005, the firm’s Dubai office has provided extensive legal counsel to clients with business interests in the area, building on the strength of an existing and on-going relationship with the law office of Mohanned bin Saud Al-Rasheed in Riyadh.
Firm lawyers in Dubai provide support for clients in infrastructure projects, complex real estate and real estate finance transactions, mergers and acquisitions, privatization, dispute resolution, and in the intellectual property area. Our Middle East assignments have seen our lawyers represent clients on projects in the telecommunications, defense, real estate, manufacturing, power and water, transportation and banking industries, among others. The firm’s lawyers have extensive experience in banking and finance, capital markets, corporate formation, business structuring, corporate governance, foreign investment, privatization, customs and government contracts.
Our Middle East team knows the published laws and regulations, and it is well-versed in the actual practice and administration of those laws and local business practice and culture. Our experienced resources include a former Ambassador to Saudi Arabia, and the strengths of our team allow us to craft pragmatic and sometimes novel solutions to help our clients achieve their goals.
Our firm lawyers in Dubai have earned recognition from third-party sources. Chambers Asia and The Legal 500 Asia Pacific researchers ranked our lawyers for their work for clients in the energy and natural resources and projects practice areas. We pride ourselves on the team approach we bring to every engagement, and we believe our collaborative approach improves the results we earn for our clients.
|Partner in Charge:
||Robert W. Jordan
||Gregory J. Golden
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