Banks Legal & Corporate Services promotes newest Partner

Promotion of Amir Dahbain as its newest partner.

Banks Legal Corporate Services promotes newest Partner

Dubai, United Arab Emirates: Banks Legal & Corporate Services, a leading law firm in the UAE announces the promotion of Amir Dahbain as its newest partner. In the partnership Amir will continue to further the firm’s longstanding vision and commitment to delivering great service to the clients through his deep expertise and personal contribution to the unprecedented growth of the firm.

Prior to this, Amir was working as a Senior Consultant at Banks Legal with over 23 years of legal experience of which 22 years were in the UAE where he advised on a range of matters including: company establishment, trademark registration, labour law and general government liaison work and with the Abu Dhabi Criminal Investigation Department for 15 years.   Amir now Oversees the firm’s Arabic services division and works with key UAE government departments maintaining relationships and upholding the reputation for top-tier legal representation.

The newly promoted partner played a substantial role in the recent opening of the firm’s Abu Dhabi office in joint venture with the Abu Dhabi firm Al Otaiba and Hamdan Budebes Advocates & Legal Consultants.

Speaking on behalf of the firm, Managing Partner, Nathan Banks said, “Amir has outstanding legal skills and provides exemplary service resulting in extraordinary relationships with our clients. In the tenure that Amir has been a part of the team he has contributed to the firm’s exponential growth and mentored in-house talent. As a testament to this, we are very pleased to welcome Amir into the Partnership and look forward to his future valued contributions and work with the firm.”

Amir Dabhain, Partner said, “I am honoured to be promoted within the firm as a partner, I am eager to continue working hard as a part of a team that is focused on bringing the best legal services to our clients and the community at large.”

Amir’s key areas of practice include Dispute Resolution, Employment, Commercial Matters, Free Zone and Onshore Company Registration, Business Sponsorship and Foreign Direct Investment.

About Banks Legal

Banks Legal is a leading legal firm working closely with each of its clients in a supportive environment, to achieve and maximize client business objectives.  Our lawyers focus on assignments in the UAE both for local and international clients, as well as acting for a range of clients throughout the Middle East, and beyond.

With over 60 years of combined professional experience in the UAE we believe we are very well placed to provide clients with quality legal services, exceeding expectations, thanks to the nature of our uniquely tailored and client focused business model.

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