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This content is provided by Antonios Dimitracopoulos
Arbitration and Dispute Resolution
Antonios has been practising in the UAE since 1995, initially with Clifford Chance Dubai and subsequently with Al Tamimi & Co. before joining BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem as a partner in 2007. His practice focuses on all aspects of the construction industry, primarily dispute resolution, acting mainly for contractors and occasionally for subcontractors.
• Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England & Wales (1994)
• Solicitor-Advocate (Higher Courts Civil Proceedings) (2017)
• Registered Arbitrator, Dubai International Arbitration Centre (2007)
• Accredited Fellow (FCIArb) of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (2016)
• DIFC Courts Registered Practitioner (Part 2) (2007)
•UAE International Arbitration Chapter for Chambers Global Law & Practice, 2017 edition
•The Legal 500 & IHL Comparative Guide Legal Guide to Arbitration, November 2017, The Legal 500 & The In-House Lawyer
•How reasoned arbitration awards and expert opinions may help prevent Article 257 of the Penal Code being triggered, June 2017, Lexis Nexis Middle East
•Awarding legal costs in arbitration: A UAE perspective, CIArb E-Solver, 2016
•European and Middle East guide to Litigation, Arbitration and ADR, May 2016, Meritas
•Proposals for a subcontractor’s escape from a conditional clause, June 2015, Construction Law International – IBA
BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP