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Arbitration Lawyers in UAE

Our team of arbitration lawyers in Dubai and Abu Dhabi is trusted by our local and international clients when it comes to local or cross-border disputes, arbitrations and other proceedings, as they also hold the position as ICC arbitrators. No matter what subject matter, in any language, country, and governing law, our arbitration lawyers have extensive experience in providing our clients successful arbitration results. Having the ability to speak Arabic, English, Russian, Hindi, Urdu, French, and more, our multilingual ICC arbitrators and arbitration lawyers have covered jurisdictions in the United States, England, Ireland, Korea, Kuwait, Egypt, France, Singapore, and Lebanon. 

FHS’s arbitration lawyers in Dubai and Abu Dhabi have arbitration experiences that go beyond the bounds of UAE. We conduct arbitrations in the UAE, Oman, Qatar, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, and Kuwait. Being appointed as counsel in arbitrations under GCC Commercial Arbitration Centre, ADCCAC, BCDR-AAA, DIFC-LCIA, DIAC, and other ad hoc arbitrations is not new to us. In fact, we have conventionally ventured arbitrations under ICC, LCIA, and PCA, and other major international arbitration institutions. 

We represent our clients from crafting dispute resolution clauses, conducting favorable negotiations, to litigation. We present immediate and efficient resolutions to the complexities of legal disputes with our comprehensive legal training and industry knowledge to understand its nuances and meet our clients’ goals. FHS offers expertise in a variety of sectors: 

• Hospitality
• Disputes involving states
• Insurance
• Real Estate
• Joint ventures
• Energy
• Construction, infrastructure, and engineering
• Corporate and mergers and acquisitions
• Mining and natural resources
• Telecommunications
• Distribution
• Islamic finance and other financial services 


Contact Us :

Sea Tower, Office No. 201, Raffay Street
Near Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce, Corniche, Abu Dhabi

Ph : (02) 307 1177


  • How long does an arbitrator have to make a decision?

    Arbitrators give their decisions within 45 days. However, the timescale depends on the agreement of the parties and the arbitrator.

  • When is arbitration appropriate? 

    Arbitration is needed if two parties want to settle a case privately and outside of the court. Both parties will hire an arbitrator to hear their cases instead of a judge and jury. Arbitration is also cost effective and time efficient compared to litigation. 

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