Mr Ali Osman Ak > Özdirekcan Dündar Şenocak Ak > Istanbul, Turkey > Lawyer Profile
Özdirekcan Dündar Şenocak Ak Offices
Büyükdere Caddesi 175
Sisli, Istanbul 34394
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Mr Ali Osman Ak
Employment Law - Dispute Resolution
Ali Osman Ak is a partner of Gide’s correspondent firm in Turkey, Özdirekcan Dündar Senocak. Admitted to the Istanbul Bar in 2003, Ali Osman regularly advises Turkish and foreign investors on their corporate and commercial disputes and represents them before Turkish civil and administrative courts. He also acts on all issues relating to bankruptcy, commercial litigation, employment and real estate matters.
He also has recognised expertise in employment law matters and assists a number of companies in their human resources management, hiring and dismissal issues.
He has recognised expertise in employment law matters and assists a number of companies in their human resources management, hiring and dismissal issues.
English, French and Turkish
A graduate of the Istanbul University Faculty of Law (2001), Ali Osman Ak teaches employment law in several universities and educational institutions
The employment practice at Özdirekcan Dündar Şenocak Ak is experienced in a range of matters, including operation of recruitment procedures, negotiations, mediation and analysis of HR-related documents. The firm also has contentious capabilities with expertise in litigation and settlement procedures. Ali Osman Ak heads the team and assists a number of companies in their human resources management, hiring and dismissal procedures.
Gide Loyrette Nouel A.A.R.P.I. is recognised by international investors as a leading firm in Turkey with experience across multiple areas of the law. The practice is well-versed in compliance, IP, dispute resolution, employment and insurance matters and has strong cross-border capabilities with tax and international arbitration work, in addition to inbound and outbound investments. The firm is jointly led with Bülent Özdirekcan, Arpat Şenocak, Ali Osman Ak and Esra Dündar Loiseau doing restructuring, regulatory, employment and IP work respectively.