Jun 12 2012
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Leading Omani law firm boosts corporate practice to meet market needs
Ardeshir Patel is a corporate finance lawyer specialising in IPOS, corporate re-structuring, governance and compliance, securities, derivative and swap transactions. As a solicitor of the Supreme Court of England and Wales and the Bombay High Court, Ardeshir combines cross-border expertise with an intimate knowledge of Oman law and practice gained over 8 years of legal practice with AMJ.
Ardeshir frequently advises developers, lenders, utilities and international consortia bidding for independent power and water projects in the Sultanate. He also has extensive experience advising on a broad range of commercial law matters such as joint ventures, company formations, mergers and acquisitions, IT agreements, distribution and agency agreements.
AMJ is the largest law firm in Oman with 5 teams of lawyers from Oman, the USA, UK, South Africa, Egypt, Sudan, Iraq, Pakistan and India with decades of combined expertise in Oman. The firm delivers high quality legal advice across a broad spectrum of company/commercial and litigation/arbitration matters with a developing practice in Islamic finance and employment law. Established since the late 1970's, the firm enjoys a strong network of relationships with government and regulatory bodies, industry professionals and the wider business community.
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Consultant, Business Development
Al Busaidy, Mansoor Jamal & Co.
Barristers & Legal Consultants
Muscat International Centre
Central Business District
Bait Al Falaj Street
P.O. Box 686, Ruwi
Postal Code 112
Sultanate of Oman
Telephone: 00968 2482 9200 / 2481 4466
Fax: 00968 2481 2256
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