'Our [Middle East] practice will continue to grow, with a focus on Saudi Arabia and the UAE, as well as our affiliation in Kuwait and rapidly expanding markets in Iraq and throughout the Gulf.'
Robert Jordan is Partner in Charge of the Middle East practice for Baker Botts.
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New Group Supports Middle East Growth Plans
Editor's Note: This is one in a series of Q&As with Baker Botts partners on significantly enhancing Baker Botts’ Middle East practice by combining its existing practice with the acquisition of one of the most significant practices in the Middle East.
What expertise does this new group of lawyers bring to the firm’s Middle East operations?
What is your vision for the firm’s Middle East operations in the next 2-3 years?
Which industries provide the most opportunity for growth in the Middle East legal sector? Why?
Which countries or regions in the Middle East are a hot bed for legal growth? Why?
With this addition of legal talent to your Middle East operations -- moving Baker Botts into a dominant role in the region -- who do you consider to be your toughest competitors for clients and continued growth in the Middle East?
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