Al Tamimi & Company is the largest law firm in the Middle East with 17 offices across 9 countries. The firm has unrivalled experience, having operated in the region for over 25 years. Our lawyers combine international experience and qualifications with expert regional knowledge and understanding.
We are a full-service firm, specializing in advising and supporting major international corporations, banks and financial institutions, government organizations and local, regional and international companies. Our main areas of expertise include arbitration & litigation, banking & finance, corporate & commercial, intellectual property, real estate, construction & infrastructure, and technology, media & telecommunications. Our lawyers provide quality legal advice and support to clients across all of our practice areas.
Our business and regional footprint continues to grow, and we seek to expand further in line with our commitment to meet the needs of clients doing business across the Middle East.
Recent Firm News & Legal Updates
Traditional retailing has undergone a significant transformation over the last two decades. While the COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated this process, we don't yet know what the new 'normal' will look like for the industry. Nonetheless, we will explore in this article some key trends which we believe will have lasting implications on retail businesses.
In the final installment of our Venture Capital video series, our Partner & Head of Corporate Commercial Abdullah Mutawi continues the conversation with Khaled Talhouni, Managing Partner, Nuwa Capital, Philip Bahoshy, Founder and CEO, MAGNiTT - Now Hiring!, Basil M., General Partner, Global Ventures, and Prashant K. (PK) Gulati, Chairman Emeritus, TiE Dubai in which they discuss their predictions for Venture Capital activity across MENA and emerging venture markets in the next 12 months.
Following the new Saudi Food and Drug Authority (SFDA) guidance on Review and Approval of AI and Big Data-Based Medical Devices, our expert lawyers from our Healthcare & Life Sciences sector group, along with our Digital & Data practice, Nick O'Connell and Christina Sochacki, Esq., discuss the basis on which Big Data and AI-based software will be considered a medical device and other highlights from the new guidance.
Firm Offices in Member Jurisdiction
United Arab Emirates
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Africa & Middle East
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