Hadef & Partners Appoints Munir Suboh as New Head of Intellectual Property in Dubai
Apr 26 17
Munir Suboh has joined Hadef & Partners to head the intellectual property practice in the Dubai office, advising on the full suite IP services and providing support across all of Hadef & Partnersâ practice areas, including dispute resolution. He is experienced in managing trademark and IP portfolios on local, regional and global scales. He is also very active in the field of IP enforcement, litigation and the anti-counterfeiting space. He has overseen major enforcement campaigns and worked closely with IP owners to establish strategies for IP protection in the region.
Hadef & Partners Presents at 12th Annual Gulf Ship Finance Forum 2016, Mar-03-2016 03:00 PM
Feb 29 16
Hadef & Partners Presents at 12th Annual Gulf Ship Finance Forum 2016, Mar-03-2016 03:00 PM. Venue: United Arab Emirates. Speakers: Jonathan Brown, Senior Legal Consultant, Raymond Kisswany, Associate - Maritime, Transport & Trade.
Hadef & Partners Announces Executive Appointments
Jan 6 16
Hadef & Partners announced two Partner appointments in its Dubai Dispute Resolution team. Kadry Zaghawa and Mohammed Al Dhaheri have been promoted, effective from 1 January 2016. Kadry Zaghawa has over 20 years experience working in the UAE at both regional and international law firms. He has an extensive background in a wide range of litigation and disputes involving commercial, insurance, real estate and marine matters. His has deep local knowledge and experience of litigating in both Dubai and the Middle East region, and provides clients with clear direction throughout the local court processes. Mohammed Al Dhaheri has rights of audience as an Advocate in the UAE courts. He is experienced in advising on a diverse range of court litigation and disputes including civil and criminal cases. He has a wealth of experience acting on commercial litigation matters in addition to real estate and banking matters, including white collar crime. Mohammed holds an LLB in Sharia & Law from the United Arab Emirates University, (Hons with distinction). He also holds an LLM and certificate in International Arbitration and Dispute Resolutionfrom Georgetown University, Washington DC. Further, Ashraf Sayed has been appointed Head of Commercial Property, and Victoria Woods has been appointed Head of Commercial. Ashraf Sayed advises on a range of real estate and commercial matters, including real estate developments and Islamic finance. Ashraf represents a variety of clients including government entities, master developers, investors, and corporate occupiers. He advises on contentious as well as transactional matters including sale and purchase of high value real estate, joint ventures, property management arrangements, real estate finance, property litigation, corporate structuring and all aspects of project initiation and site acquisition, to post-project completion and management.