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Dispute Resolution: Arbitration - Jordan
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An overseas associate at 4 New Square Chambers, Aiman Odeh has been practising law in the Middle East region since 1985. Currently he practises in Jordan. He also has extensive experience in investment disputes and ICSID and OIC arbitration, in addition to ICC and ad hoc arbitration. He is a current member of the Panels of Arbitrators of the World Bank (International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes ICISD).
Aiman held cabinet positions in the Jordanian Government between 2007 and 2012 and served as the Minister of Justice and Minister for Prime Ministry Affairs & Legislation. He also served as Senator. He is a current member of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of Jordan.
Aiman is recognised by the leading independent legal directories for his skills and expertise.
Aiman has been engaged as a coordinator in complex cases before US federal and state courts, where he liaised between the clients (including governments) and US law firms. He is well-acquainted with the Foreign Sovereign Immunities Act (FSIA) and its exceptions, in addition to the anti-terrorism acts.
Aiman is knowledgeable about the rules of Islamic Doctrine, upon which the civil laws applicable in many Middle East jurisdictions were founded.
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