Nabih Bader

  • Partner at Eptalex - MEG Legal Services (47 Attorneys)
  • Green Tower, Suite 703, Baniyas Road, P.O. Box 182859, Dubai- UAE, Dubai, United Arab Emirates 00000
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Mr. Nabih Badr is a Partner in MEG Legal Services. He obtained his law degree in 1970 and is one of the first foreign lawyers who has been authorized to practice as a barrister and legal consultant in Dubai since 1984.

Mr. Badr has an extensive experience, both as legal consultant and litigator, in various legal fields, namely civil law, commercial law, criminal law, as well as Islamic law, real estate law, banking law, and insurance law. He has represented numerous corporations, banks, insurance companies and individuals in the above areas of law in the UAE.

Areas of Practice (4)

  • Litigation in Civil
  • Commercial
  • Criminal Law
  • Islamic Law

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+971 (4) 2384655  Phone
+961 (1) 61 61 61  Fax
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Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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