About this office:
Haya Rashed Al-Khalifa is a full service legal practice and is regarded as one of the most prestigious law firms in Bahrain. We advise on high-profile and groundbreaking domestic and international transactions and have an excellent and varied client list that includes multinational corporations, international financial institutions, sovereign governments and their agencies, as well as domestic corporations and financial institutions. We are renowned for our commitment to excellence and for our ability to find innovative solutions to the most complex of legal problems. Our clients recognize and value this, thus our reputation and pre-eminent status has been confirmed in numerous international legal directories.
With over 20 years of litigation and advisory experience, the firm has proven to be pivotal to the provision of legal counsel to the Bahraini community, especially in regards to major international projects, and has focused extensively on serving as a catalyst to national development.
The firm is entrusted with the confidence of Bahrain's public and private institutions and enterprises as well as international banks, investment advisors, accountancy firms, multinational companies and prominent individuals from around the world. Such a distinguished portfolio has brought Haya Rashed Al Khalifa, Attorneys at Law & Legal Consultants, into working relationships with numerous leading international law firms.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Litigation; Administrative Law; Arbitration; General Practice in Civil; Investment Funds; Labor (Labour) and Employment; Insurance Law; Joint Ventures; Islamic Finance; Company Registration; Bankruptcy; Company Formation; Trust Law; Capital Markets; Commercial Law; Company Law; Banking Law; Finance; Criminal Laws; Consultancy; Opinion on all Bahraini and GCC Laws; Agency and Distributorships; Construction and Engineering; Telecommunications Law; Intellectual Property; Mergers and Acquisitions; Real Estate; Oil and Gas Law; Privatization; Maritime Law.
Year Established: 1984
Languages: Arabic, English and French.