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Mayer Brown International LLP

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Raid Abu-Manneh

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Work +44 20 3130 3773
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Mayer Brown

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Construction and Engineering

Position

Raid Abu-Manneh is global co-head of the International Arbitration group and a partner in the Construction & Engineering group. He focuses on complex cross border disputes particularly in emerging markets.  Raid has extensive experience both domestically and internationally in advising various clients including banks, contractors, utilities and other clients in various industries including energy, rail and other infrastructure sectors.  Raid has substantial experience of all forms of arbitrations, adjudications and other forms of alternative dispute resolution. He has acted on ICSID, UNCITRAL, ICC and LCIA arbitrations and on matters before the High Court including in relation to the enforcement of International Arbitration awards.

Education

Queen Mary, University of London, LLB (Hons)

The London School of Economics and Political Science, LLM, International Business Law

SOAS, University of London, Comparative Arab Commercial Law


London: Dispute resolution

International arbitration

Within: Leading individuals

Raid Abu-Manneh - Mayer Brown International LLP

Within: International arbitration

Mayer Brown International LLP's 'excellent, client-oriented and available practice' fields arbitration experts in post-M&A, international joint venture and energy-related disputes and investment treaty matters. Head of the international arbitration group in London Raid Abu-Manneh is also co-head of the global group; Kwadwo Sarkodie regularly advises on international arbitrations under the ICC, UNCITRAL and LCIA rules; and Miles Robinson represents clients in substantial contractual and commercial claims, often with a cross-border element. Also highly regarded are Mark Stefanini and James Morris, while Joseph Otoo and Rachael O’Grady are experienced senior associates. Tom Duncan left for Ashurst.

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