Corporate

Corporate

Dar Al Huqooq offers focused, practical and creative solutions for complex disputes affecting our clients' interests across industries, geographic locations and jurisdictions with the MENA region. This includes cross-border matters at the intersection of domestic and international legal orders.

Dar Al Huqooq relies on its long experience in the UAE to extend the best advice to clients in respect to formation of companies in the UAE, onshore, in the diverse free zones of the UAE (DIFC, DMCC, JAFZA, TECOM, DAFZ, RAKFTZ and Fujairah) and in low-tax jurisdictions such as Panama. We are well suited to advise companies on joint-ventures across the MENA region and for international companies looking for business opportunities and successful partnerships with regional and local companies.

We conduct due diligence in preparation of M & A's and JV's, and we understand the concerns of foreign investors who enter into joint ventures or set up companies in onshore UAE. We draft shareholders agreement to protect their interests against malicious claims of partners in respect to limited liability companies. Our lawyers work closely with clients to provide objective and informed options for the resolution of corporate and M&A disputes and to achieve successful outcomes of their disputes. Transactional experience backed by our full legal services are offered to our clients in a number of sectors, including oil and gas, mining and infrastructure, general trade and services.

Dar Al Huqooq has wide experience in providing practical and objective advice on the legal and regulatory requirements in relation to corporate governance matters such as directors' duties and liabilities, board composition and effectiveness and general board policies. We register trademarks and carry out related investigations to protect IP rights and/or in preparation for IP disputes.


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