Abdulla Galadari > Galadari, Advocates & Legal Consultants > Dubai, United Arab Emirates > Lawyer Profile
Galadari, Advocates & Legal Consultants Offices
AL GHUBAIBA STREET
PO BOX 7992
United Arab Emirates
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Dispute Resolution/ Family Business & Private Client/ Financial Crime/ Public Sector/ Education
Abdulla Ziad Galadari is a Senior Partner within Galadari Advocates & Legal Consultants, where he is the principal professional behind the growth strategies of many private and public organisations, who today continue to develop under his strategic input. He is a key influencer across the UAE, having supported a diverse range of businesses and senior dignitaries to navigate the legal framework of the country. Furthermore, he has been recognised as a regional ‘Leading Professional’ by Legal 500.
Aside from his technical and professional remit, he is the strategic leader behind the firm’s progressive approach, which has seen the introduction of global lawyers being introduced, key insights being shared with the market, along with developing and executing a technology driven strategy which will continue to drive innovation within the profession.
To further fortify his position as a leading professional, Abdulla has been the key driving force behind supporting leading legal professionals to continue their development through the initiation and execution of the collaboration with the Government of Dubai Legal Affairs, where we have created, developed and delivered a continuing professional legal development course (CPD).
Furthermore, he actively supports the young Emirati leaders of tomorrow through initiatives which include providing internships and training contracts for young students and new graduates. This has resulted in over 30 Emirati lawyers fulfilling the requirements of the Ministry of Justice to obtain a federal lawyer’s license, so that they may continue to provide ongoing impact to the country.
Advised on a broad range of litigation, dispute resolution, corporate and commercial matters. Complex and contentious matters, high-value real estate, construction and shareholder disputes; claims for breach of fiduciary duty against directors & senior stakeholders; public and private investigations, including financial crime and fraud issues, the rights and obligations of directors; insolvency issues and restructuring. Complicated cross-border disputes and litigation, international arbitrations concerning commercial and corporate matters.
Some of the regions largest and profiled conglomerates, financial institutions, high-net-worth individuals and commercial clients.
English, Arabic, French and Urdu
Independent Board Member of Amwal International Investment Company (KSCC)
Kuwait Independent Risk Committee Member of Amwal International Investment Company (KSCC)
Kuwait Independent Audit Committee Member of Amwal International Investment Company (KSCC)
Bachelor of Law (LLB) at the University of Westminster, United Kingdom
Lawyer Rankings(Leading individuals)
At Galadari, Advocates & Legal Consultants, Abdulla Galadari, the firm’s senior partner and managing partner Ahmed Galadari are active in a broad range of matters, including the UAE elements of cross-border asset tracing matters, marine matters, property disputes, insurance litigation, financial crime and the most sensitive family law matters. Lebanese-qualified Fadi Hassoun is a key contact in the Abu Dhabi office, and in Dubai Ziad Galadari, the firm’s founder, is also active. Senior counsel Marwan Al Cherkeh also has rights of audience before the UAE courts.
Galadari, Advocates & Legal Consultants‘ team is notable for featuring both specialist arbitration lawyers and also advocates with rights of audience before the UAE courts. Practice head Dean O’Leary handles a range of work, including disputes surrounding subcontracts for MEP works, landscaping and other works. Senior counsel Daniel Brawn is involved in a number of front-end matters as well as disputes, and UAE advocate Abdulla Galadari is the key name for work in the courts.
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