Firms in the Spotlight Legal market overview

Alhababi Law Firm

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CLIENT-DRIVEN! SUPPORTING OUR CLIENTS TO ACHIEVE THEIR FULL POTENTIAL!

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Al Sulaiti Law Firm

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Al Sulaiti law firm is a full service renowned Qatari law firm, providing cutting edge legal services and solutions to local, national and International clients. Al Sulaiti law firm’s main specialty is Middle East and North African laws; it is operating through its qualified lawyers from different legal systems to ensure that it provides clients …

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Al-Khalifa Law Firm

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Established in 1999, Al-Khalifa Law Firm is one of the leading law firm in Qatar managed my Hamezh Abdelhady. Litigation, Construction disputes, Arbitration have been a mainstay of Al-Khalifa Law Firm. On the global level they have collaboration with Andersen Tax & Legal which had presence in more than 129 countries. Through the collaboration Al-Khalifa …

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Legal market overview in Qatar

Qatar remains one of the most prosperous nations in the Middle East, mostly off the back of its colossal export of oil and gas (particularly liquid natural gas), and it has the third largest reserves in the world. Its natural resources accounted for 60% of its GDP last year.The country has invested a sizeable amount into developing key construction projects, developments and entertainment facilities in the run-up to the highly anticipated 2022 Fifa World Cup. Key areas of growth include social infrastructure, healthcare and manufacturing. On the contentious side, lawyers have been kept busy with the rise of construction-related disputes which are dominating the market, especially supply chain issues and contractual matters.The ending of the Qatar blockade has seen a promising start to regional reconciliations among the GCC countries. Market leaders in the legal space include Doha-based international firms; Simmons & Simmons Middle EastWhite & Case LLP and Dentons. Regional firm Al Tamimi & Company In Association with Adv. Mohammed Al Marri is also of note alongside other well-established local outfits, including Al-Ansari & AssociatesSquire Patton Boggs has exited the Qatari market.