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Al Tamimi & Company


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What the team is known for

Well-regarded firm with an expansive regional footprint. Clients benefit from the depth of resources across its many offices throughout the GCC, as well as in Egypt, Jordan and Iraq; the firm is regularly cited as a first choice for local law advice in many of these jurisdictions. Acts for prominent domestic and international companies on major M&A transactions, in addition to assisting with joint ventures and corporate structuring and licensing matters.


Al Tamimi is frequently noted for its "thorough knowledge and understanding of local laws."

Notable practitioners

Dubai-based Abdullah Mutawi is a key contact.

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Al Tamimi & Company offers access to a brilliant range of M&A specialist lawyers, all of them practicing in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). This deep specialist expertise and broad regional footprint arms us with capabilities to lead transactional negotiation, to conduct timely and credible due diligence reviews, to execute any restructuring rapidly and to handle regulatory issues and close deals in MENA countries.

We have handled many of the most significant and high-value M&A deals in the MENA region. In regional cross-border transactions, we offer an unsurpassed combination of specialist legal skills attuned to MENA’s legal systems, and a network of lawyers practicing in nine countries in the region.

Our deal capabilities extend across all key work streams in the M&A legal process, including deal negotiation and transaction documents, due diligence and disclosure carve-outs, pre-closing restructuring, regulatory approvals and deal closings for both share and asset transactions.


Abdel Hadi, Nawal

Abdelrahman, Bassem

Abourah, Yafa

Adib, Ahmed

Ahmad, Asad

Akbar, Sultan

Al Barwani, Ahmed

Al Fass, Ahmed

Al Hamidani, Bandar

Al Hammad, Lulwa

Al Homoud, Hesham

Al Nabih, Zeina

Alhaib, Alanood

Almuqwishi, Ali

Alohaly, Nasser

Bassi, Julie

Castro, Pedro

Catling, Richard

Cugnet, Hugo

Darwish, Ingy

El Alaily, Mariam

El Treki, Rad

Fikry, Emad

Ghazi, Alex

Heaney, Clare

Jaafir, Ahmed

Jawad, Haydar

Kotsis, Philip

Lucente, Frank

MacCallum, James

Marcou, Stavros

Mawany, Arif

Mutawi, Abdullah

Nelson, Grahame

Norri, Mohammed

Patalong, Francis

Powell, Adam

Qudah, Samer

Robinson, Anna

Sabeh, Chabel

Saleh, Alex

Saleh, Ammad Mohammad

Saliba, Carla

Saqqaf, Khaled

Shawky, Elisabeth

Sherif, Abdelrahman

Shohdy, Zeinab

Sochacki, Christina

Steenkamp, Willem

Szadkowska, Izabella

Taha, Ehab

Tarbuck, Andrew

Webb, Christopher

Zahid, Alyzeh

Zayadin, Kais

Zuriekat, Kareem


Al Tamimi & Company


Dubai International Financial Centre

6th Floor

Building 4 East, Sheikh Zayed Road

PO Box 9275



United Arab Emirates

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