We have served the UAE and wider international business community for more than 15 years from our offices in Dubai. In that time, we have been witnessed to and part of some of most fast-paced changes and high-profile projects in the world.
Established in Dubai since 2004, our team has a solid understanding of the local business environment, including the Economic Free Zones. We work with international corporations, local companies and government entities, advising clients throughout the Middle East and globally. Our sector focus on Infrastructure, Real Estate, Energy, Financial Services and Advanced Manufacturing & Technology gives us strong industry connections so you get legal advice that is highly attuned to your markets.
Ours is the largest team of dedicated infrastructure lawyers in the Middle East and in some way, they have been involved in some of the numerous iconic projects across the region. Leaders in hotel construction and management, we are also experts in island construction. And should disputes occur, we are specialists in resolving them, having the benefit of close links with the Dubai International Arbitration Centre and advocates in the DIFC Courts, ICC and other local courts.
Clients recognise the value of having senior civil qualified banking and finance lawyers who understand, for example, the UAE securities law regime and are expert in complex Islamic structured products. Our team also comprises experts who are understands new and complex financial developments associated with the growth of insurance and wealth management and Dubai's introduction of a new light-touch regulatory regime for fintech products.
Our advisers act on domestic and international projects of all shapes and sizes, working with many of the leading names in the market. Browse our experience below, or use the filters to look-up recent work in particular geographies and industry sectors.
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With over 430 partners and 3000 people around the world, we are well-placed to support you across a full range of legal and advisory services.
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