The management team have been responsible for design, development and project management on numerous high quality projects residential and commercial developments and refurbishments worldwide, including;
Grand Hyatt Dubai,
The Ritz Hotel, Paris
Hyatt Regency, Sharm El Sheikh
Twin Towers, Dubai
Jebel Ali Racecourse, Dubai
Land reclamation and marina development
Tsuru golf course, Japan
The legal team is led by the UK based firm Berwin Leighton & Paisner (BLP) who report in conjunction with Al Tamimi & Co (AT) based in Dubai.
All legal and corporate and property due diligence issues are investigated and reported on by BLP & AT via their specialist departments.
Berwin Leighton & Paisner
Berwin Leighton and Paisner are one of the most prominent Law Firms in the UK with a leading reputation in real estate and corporate finance. Operating in the City of London they have 180 partners and 650 lawyers with a turnover in 2007 of £169m.
In the last three years Berwin Leighton Paisner have won and been shortlisted in both of the main industry awards, the Legal Business Awards and the Lawyer Awards. The awards include Senior Partner of the Year, Managing Partner of the Year, Planning Team of the Year, PFI/Projects Team of the Year, Property Team of the Year, Finance Team of the Year, and Most Innovative Law Firm.
Their clients are diverse and include major corporates with significant property interests such as Tesco, British Land, Ove Arup and Lex as well as diverse organisations and financial institutions such as Close Brothers, Barclays Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland.
Al Tamimi & Co
Al Tamimi & Company, established in 1989, is today one of the leading law firms in the Arabian Gulf region. It is the largest local, non-affiliated law firm in the United Arab Emirates with offices in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Sharjah. Their international team of high calibre lawyers serves clients from the United Kingdom, North America, Europe, the United Arab Emirates and many other Arab countries.
Al Tamimi regularly confers with the government of the U.A.E. during the formulation and introduction of new legislation. The firm were part of the process of developing a