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Corporate, Commercial, M&A and Tax
Banking and Finance/Islamic Banking and Finance
Alternative Dispute Resolution
Real Estate/Construction
Oil & Gas/Environmental/Emissions Reduction Agreements
Privatisation and Public Law
Corporate, Commercial, M&A and Tax
There is an infinite variety of ways to do business, and an infinite number of things you can do with your business. While you take care of the commercial aspects of your business, our Corporate, Commercial and M&A group takes care of your legal needs.

From structuring to compliance, due diligence, incorporation, IPO, listings, mergers & acquisitions and tax... the list goes on.

We offer corporate and commercial services to companies ranging from Fortune 500 and global multinationals through to family owned enterprises. Our clients' activities are most diverse and include industrial goods, construction materials, oil and gas and financial companies, to name but a few. Whether your company is based in the Middle East and expanding out, or based outside and setting up in the Middle East, we can help you tailor your structure to your needs, harnessing the region's strengths to achieve the best results.

Our services include the incorporation of tax efficient structures, notably through the incorporation of legals throughout the world.

The areas of practice in this group include:
  • Contracts
  • Agency and Distributorship
  • Antitrust and Trade Regulation
  • Associations and Societies
  • Employee Benefit Plans
  • Business law
  • Commercial law
  • Company law
  • Corporate
  • Franchising
  • International Trade
  • Labour and Employment
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Non-Profit and Charitable Organisations
  • Offshore
  • Partnerships
  • Restructuring
  • Taxation
  • Incorporations of corporate bodies worldwide
  • Tax Optimisation
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