Rola Tabsh

  • Managing Partner at Alem & Associates (19 Attorneys)
  • Park Place, 8th Floor, Office 801/802, Sheikh Zayed Road, WTC, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
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Author of the Chapter "Real Estate Law", “Business Laws of Lebanon”, Thomson Reuters, 2009 till date. Author "Foreign Ownership of Real Estate in Lebanon", Real Estate Law Newsletter in association with International Bar Association (IBA), 2008. Author of "New Offshore law 19" and comparison with the existing law, Iktissad Wal-Aamal Magazine, October 2008. Co-Author of the Chapter "Taxation", “Business Laws of Lebanon”, Thomson Reuters, 2010. Co-Author of "Partnership, Corporation and other Business Entities", Business Laws of Lebanon, Thomson Reuters, 2009 till date. Contributed to the "Lebanon Corporate Governance Task Force" proposing amendments to existing legislation such as the Lebanese Code of Commerce.

Areas of Practice (2)

  • Corporate Law
  • Commercial Real Estate Development

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
+971 4 3203 999  Phone
+971 4 3200590  Fax
Year of First Admission:
1995, Beirut Bar
Beirut Bar Association.
Arabic and English and French

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Dubai, United Arab Emirates

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