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Al Tamimi & Company In Association with Adv. Mohammed Al Marri
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Dispute Resolution - Litigation


Partner,  Head of Litigation – Qatar


Al Tamimi’s Dispute Resolution team in Qatar is led by partner Hani Al Naddaf, a dual national of Syria and Canada, who is a senior litigation lawyer with 23 years’ experience in his field of expertise. 

Hani has been closely involved in various high-profile litigation matters in relation to construction, commercial agencies, trademarks, debt recovery, employment and property.  His exceptional understanding of the principles of the Civil Code, and of Qatari law more generally enables him to provide his clients with comprehensive legal opinions on the proper interpretation and application of relevant provisions of the laws. 

Hani has been involved in many of the most high-profile projects in Qatar in recent years.  He is regularly sought out by major international firms to act as local counsel in relation to large-scale international commercial and construction arbitrations of disputes governed by Qatari law, and he was recently appointed by a leading English law firm to act as Expert in relation to Qatari law issues in one such arbitration being conducted in London under LCIA rules.


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Hani Al NaddafAl Tamimi & Company In Association with Adv. Mohammed Al Marri

Al Tamimi & Company In Association with Adv. Mohammed Al Marri is ‘very practical and decisive‘ and, through its affiliation with local advocate Mohammed Al Marri, is capable of acting in the local courts too. Hani Al Naddaf leads the team and is very active in construction-related disputes. Roy Georgiades was recently promoted to partner and acted for BNP Paribas in a bank guarantee dispute against Carrillion. Mohammed Al Marri is the key name when acting before the courts but also works on arbitration cases.