This month we have a jam-packed magazine and dedicated marketing campaign, focusing on three areas; Family Business, Real Estate and Construction. We will take you on a journey that highlights how our focus areas are building for the future and the regulation being put in place that will help them get there.Take a read of the edition
James has over 20 years’ experience in the Middle East Specifically. He is considered an expert on Omani law, practice and procedure having spent 16 years in the country. He has significant experience acting for multinational and Middle Eastern clients on a wide range of high-value and complex disputes, with particular expertise in construction arbitration and the Oman market.
James is experienced in agency/distributor/franchise matters (contentious (court cases and arbitrations) and non-contentious); construction disputes (court cases and arbitrations); debt recovery court cases for banks and others (including obtaining injunctive relief); high quantum tax court cases versus the Omani Government; ship arrests and other maritime cases; product liability advice and court cases; trademark infringement court cases; insurance court cases; disputes regarding factoring contracts; Administrative Court cases involving units of the Omani Government; enforcement actions in Oman; price variation disputes; mining disputes; general multi-million Omani Rial contractual disputes; brokerage disputes; labour law court cases; Administrative Court cases for and against units of Omani Government; directors’ liabilities litigation; criminal cases and margin trading litigation, together with advising corporate lawyers on drafting issues.
1993 – Postgraduate Diploma (CPE) Law, College of Law, London
1990 – 2(i) Bsc (Hons), Psychology, University College, London University
1995 – England & Wales, Solicitor