Eversheds in the Middle East
Eversheds has a strong presence across the region. We offer a full corporate service in the Middle East including transactional and general legal support to corporate clients, government agencies and financial institutions.
We act as an integrated team, with lawyers spread across seven Middle East offices in Amman (Jordan), Abu Dhabi and Dubai (the United Arab Emirates), Baghdad and Erbil (Iraq), Doha (Qatar), and Riyadh (Saudi Arabia).
Our lawyers have years of in-depth experience in the region and understand the challenges and risks you face, with the skills, experience and manpower in place to support your strategy in the Middle East.
As one of the largest full service law firms in the world, you will benefit from quality resources, diversity of expertise and global brand recognition.
Middle East contacts
Nasser Ali Khasawneh
|United Arab Emirates||Saudi Arabia|
Contact a specialist
- +971 4 389 7000
- E-mail Nasser Ali Khasawneh
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