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THE FIRM

Integrative

Real world problems are complicated, concurrent and interrelated and cut across many aspects and a disparate legal issues, jurisdictions and disciplines. 

Legal service delivery needs to be sufficiently coordinated to deal with connected but disparate legal issues. It may often be inadequate to deal with each legal problem in isolation.

Almost any problem, legal or otherwise, transcends traditional practice areas and disciplinary silos, and crisscross geographies and jurisdictions. This requires lawyers to collaborate across expertise and organizational boundaries

What we do

The firm represents clients through a dispute’s lifecycle: from drafting dispute resolution clauses, through arbitration, to arbitration-related litigation, such as pre-arbitration attachment and enforcement actions.

The decision whether to pursue arbitration or litigation must depend on an extensive cost/benefit analysis carried out on the basis of initial advice from in-house counsel and other internal specialists.

Our lawyers are litigating in the UAE for over 10 years. Our knowledge of the UAE law, the know-how of local customs, and on-ground experience at Federal and local courts have allowed us to achieve for our clients some of the most significant cases in the United Arab Emirates.

Transcending from the narrow role of legal advisors, we advance our clients’ objectives beyond courtrooms as strategic advisors to the boardroom.

Our Capital Raising practice represents issuers and investors in venture capital financings and all manner of private placements.

Corporate advice practice focuses on counseling and advising clients, often on non-legal issues. Besides the mastery of the substantive legal issues, our good business sense and the ability to provide practical advice—taking into account the specifics of a client’s situation—are what set us apart.

We provide advice to corporates and family-owned companies on raising capital from long-term investors, for mostly unlisted minority and majority transactions.

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