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Nasser Al Osaiba is a Senior Partner & Regional Head of Civil & Commercial Litigation at Global Advocacy and Legal Counsel. He received his Shari’ah and Law degree from the School of Law at the UAE University in Al Ain in 1998 and an LLM in Commercial Law from Melbourne University, Australia in 2011. Practicing for around 25 years, Nasser has extensive experience in advising clients on commercial matters, construction claims and disputes and Islamic banking and finance matters in the United Arab Emirates. An experienced litigator, Nasser is licensed to appear before all courts of the UAE, including the Federal Supreme Court and the DIFC Courts and advises on a wide range of disputes. He has extensive experience advising and acting on behalf of clients in raising their claims before the UAE local courts and arbitration tribunals. Nasser has expertise in the fields of construction, project financing and Islamic finance and banking, bankruptcy and restructuring and he has worked on numerous disputes related to major corporates in the United Arab Emirates. His experience includes reviewing contractual obligations and rights, remedies, analysing the legal situations of parties in a dispute and preparing and planning claims, as well as drafting narratives and statements of entitlements and claims. Nasser has been a member of the Umm Al Qwain Rent Dispute Committee for over 12 years, assisting in dispute resolution between landlords, tenants, and developers. His role includes reviewing statements of claim, narratives, submissions, reports, agreements, and contracts and analysing the dispute in order to propose amicable resolutions and/or recommend decisions to the judge heading the committee.
The Commercial Litigation and Cross-border Enforcement Law Over Borders Comparative Guide provides a highly practical and up-to-date overview of the litigation, arbitration and alternative dispute resolution landscape in some of the key international dispute resolution jurisdictions. Written by expe...