Provided by Andreas Haberbeck
Dispute Resolution, Corporate/Commercial, Shipping
Mr. Haberbeck has 35 years’ experience of working as a lawyer in Saudi Arabia. Following pupillage at 3 Essex Court (now 20 Essex Street), he joined Coward Chance (now Clifford Chance) in 1982, and was seconded to the firm’s then new associated Saudi Arabian office from 1983 to 1986. From 1986 until 1990 he worked in the London offices of Thomas Miller & Co, the managers of the UK P&I Club and the UK Defence Club, and for the City of London firm Richards Butler (now Reed Smith). In January 1991 Mr. Haberbeck joined the Law Office of Dr Mujahid Al-Sawwaf of Jeddah. In 1993 he joined Abbas F Ghazzawi Law Firm of Jeddah, which in 2009 became Hatem Abbas Ghazzawi & Co, and in February 2021 became Derayah LLPC. Mr. Haberbeck’s practice includes general dispute resolution and general transactional work.
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.
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