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KUWAIT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY BUILDING, 6TH FLOOR, ABDUL AZIZ HAMAD AL-SAGAR STREET, PO BOX 26292, SAFAT 13123, KUWAIT
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Within Banking and finance, AlBisher Legal Group – Anwar AlBisher, Talal Albisher & Partners is a third tier firm,

AlBisher Legal Group – Anwar AlBisher, Talal Albisher & Partners has a longstanding history in the Kuwaiti legal market. It advises local and foreign banks on a range of issues, such as corporate lending, secured and syndicated loans and structured finance.

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Within Corporate and M&A, AlBisher Legal Group – Anwar AlBisher, Talal Albisher & Partners is a third tier firm,

AlBisher Legal Group – Anwar AlBisher, Talal Albisher & Partners’ corporate team specialises in cross-border and local business transactions, where it provides ‘a good level of service’ to domestic and international corporates.

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Within Intellectual property, AlBisher Legal Group – Anwar AlBisher, Talal Albisher & Partners is a second tier firm,

AlBisher Legal Group – Anwar AlBisher, Talal Albisher & Partners advises local clients on enforcement, technology transfers and licensing agreements.

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