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Dispute Resolution, Corporate/Commercial, Shipping
Following pupillage at 3 Essex Court (now 20 Essex Street), Mr. Haberbeck worked with Coward Chance (now Clifford Chance) in London and Jeddah from 1982 to 1986. He subsequently worked with Thomas Miller & Co and Richards Butler (now Reed Smith) in London. He returned to Saudi Arabia in 1991, which brings his cumulative experience as a lawyer in Saudi Arabia to 33 years. His professional status in Saudi Arabia is that of legal advisor (mustashar qanuni), which authorizes him to provide advisory and representative services to clients other than appearances before Saudi Arabian courts.
Called to the Bar of England and Wales by Gray's Inn in 1981.
Mr. Haberbeck is the co-author of the books "The Maritime Laws of the Arab Gulf Cooperation Council States" (1986) and "Saudi Shipping Law" (1990).
His articles include "Insurance under Saudi Arabian Law" (1986) Lloyd's Maritime and Commercial Law Quarterly 246; "Risk Sharing in an Islamic Society" (1987) Arab Law Quarterly 138; "Regulating the Saudi Arabian Insurance Industry", International Bar Association Insurance Law Newsletter, August 2000; "Succession in Saudi Arabia", Trusts & Trustees, 2010 16 (1) 28-30; and "Saudi Arabian Competition Law", International Financial Law Review, September 2011.