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Majid Al Toky –
Trowers & Hamlins
Abdelrahman Mohamed Elnafie –
- James Harbridge – Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP
- Majid Al Toky –
Curtis, Mallet-Prevost, Colt & Mosle LLP’s highly regarded dispute resolution team recently won a significant Supreme Court case concerning the taxation of Omani companies on dividends obtained from foreign companies. James Harbridge has ‘forensic attention to detail, excellent client management skills, and outstanding negotiation skills’. Simon Ward joined as counsel from Al Busaidy, Mansoor Jamal & Co
Dentons represents clients in a variety of disputes, including construction, labour, environment and banking matters. It advised quantity surveyor Baker Wilkins & Smith on a partnership dispute with a local company. Other clients include Oman Refineries and Petrochemicals, Barr Al Jissah Resort Company SAOC, and Dyncorp International. Abdelrahman Mohamed Elnafie leads the team.
Trowers & Hamlins’ team, led by Majid Al Toky, has extensive experience in commercial, construction, engineering and employment disputes. Recent work includes representing Bank Muscat in debt recovery proceedings involving alleged fraudulent internet transactions. New clients include Oman Air SAOC. Senior associate James Kellick recently joined the team.
Al Busaidy, Mansoor Jamal & Co’s practice covers a range of matters, including energy and construction disputes. The team successfully defended Sogex Oman against a $70m claim brought against it by Al Ghubrah Power & Desalination Co. Other matters include defending BMW against a compensation claim brought against it by an Omani agent. Mansoor Jamal Malik is recommended.
Said Al-Shahry Law Office’s team has significant disputes experience in matters involving labour, banking and insurance, combined with notable expertise in commercial and banking cases. Abd El Moneim recently joined the 13-strong team, whose clients have included DynCorp International, Apex Press & Publishing and Sino Gulf Energy Enterprises. Founding partner Said Al Shahry has particular experience in arbitration and alternative dispute resolution, and is licensed to appear before the primary and appellate circuit courts as well as the Supreme Court of Oman.