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Al Tamimi & Company

DIFC-6TH FLOOR, BUILDING 4 EAST, DUBAI INTERNATIONAL FINANCIAL CENTRE, PO BOX 9725, DUBAI, UNITED ARAB EMIRATES
Tel:
Work +971 4 364 1641
Fax:
Fax +971 4 364 1777
Email:
Web:
www.tamimi.com

Khalid Al Hamrani

Tel:
Work +971 4 364 1641
Email:
Al Tamimi & Company

Work Department

Financial Crime

Position

Partner and Regional Head of Financial Crime

Career

Khalid has extensive experience representing government owned corporations, financial institutions and high profile clients in corporate commercial fraud, bribery and money laundering cases including multiple jurisdictions. Khalid has also dealt with compliance and regulatory matters involving government authorities in the UAE along with forgery and embezzlement related matters.

Languages

Arabic, English

Member

  • International Bar Association (IBA)
  • International Association of Lawyers, France
  • United Arab Emirates Bar Association, United Arab Emirates

Education

Al Ain University, United Arab Emirates                                                                         1998

Bachelor of Sharia’a and Law                                                                                        

Griffith University – Australia                                                                                          2007

Masters  in Law (Alternative Dispute Resolution)


United Arab Emirates

Dispute resolution: arbitration and international litigation

Within: Dispute resolution: arbitration and international litigation

Al Tamimi & Company is 'highly sophisticated in its field of practice - the DIFC and onshore litgiation teams work well together with the focus on the client's ultimate goals at all times'. Rita Jaballah is 'highly responsive, handling client expectations well and with the talent to explain complicated matters in simple terms' - she handles high-profile DIFC cases, including representing Dusty Tourani and Duzty LLC in a case against Tourani's former stepfather concerning an alleged loan to set up the eponymous restaurant in the DIFC, raising questions of the presumption of advancement (a presumption that transfers of money or assets between spouses, and from parents to their children are gifts). Senior associate Peter Smith, who is qualified as an English barrister, is also notable. Khalid Al Hamrani and Ibtissem Lassoued contribute financial crime expertise. Thomas Snider, who heads the firm's arbitration team, handles international arbitrations, including investor-state disputes and matters crossing into Africa. Senior partner Essam Al Tamimi is also involved in international arbitrations, including DIFC-LCIA and ICC arbitrations.

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