The Dispute Resolution Department boasts a wide variety of cases, ranging from labour claims to large-scale complex construction disputes. In a dedicated effort to hold our standards to the highest regard, our partners oversee and supervise each case handled by the firm. Having an experienced team of sharp and inspired civil litigators with a history of qualified representation before all court levels in Jordan, we specialise primarily in commercial disputes, mainly breach of contract claims, shareholder and construction disputes. This entails the full spectrum of pre-trial motions and petitions. Our representation also extends to both maritime and civil aviation law and the relevant regulations, in local and international arbitration and members of our team have acted in several institution arbitration cases. With the acquisition of Hattar Law Office, a leading civil litigation firm established in 1983, we have now enhanced our tort and personal injury practice.
- Represented Elite Way Marine Shipping in the settlement of multi million a dispute between Elite Way Marine Shipping and Zhejian Huamao International over the failed purchase of a vessel.
- We are currently adjudicating several FIDIC contract claims before an ad hoc panel (at an aggregate of 5 Million US Dollars).
- Acting for clients in several complex civil litigation cases in an aggregate of 10 Million US Dollars, including several white collar crimes.
- Acting for a client in the supplements and fitness sector on several claims exceeding USD 100,000 in value, one of which relates to alleged breach of contract in relation to an international competition that took place in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.
- Acting for a client in the Mining and Metals on several claims before the Administrative and Civil Courts in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. For this client, our firm is also handling the entire pre-contentious strategy palette for three arbitration claims concerning construction and supply disputes with an international element.
- Acted for clients in international institutional arbitration cases including ICC and ICSID.