SADER & Associates is a Lebanon-based law firm, founded in 2003, with a progressive outlook on the region's legal significance. In a globalized age of interlocking, complex business structures and collaborations, our aim is to simplify and protect the interests of our clients, chiefly made up of multinational corporations who seek to do business in the Levant.
The Firm was established with the discovery of an open niche in intellectual property, a non-tapped practice area at the time. The age of technology and easy communication being fraught with dangers to trademark and copyright owners necessitated the protection of intellectual property, which is now considered among companies' primary assets.
Since then, the Firm has expanded its practice areas to information technology, entertainment, distributorship, agency, real estate, corporate, environmental, commercial, litigation, international law and others. Working with a united vision, the Firm has achieved a 99% success rate, thanks to its attorneys' analytical skills and team's fast response.
The Firm's multilingual attorneys handle a roster of multidisciplinary cases for high profile clients in the pharmaceutical, cosmetics, technology, FMCG, F&B, High-fashion sectors, and creative industries among others. In keeping with the 150-year-old SADER Group legal legacy, the Firm believes in delivering diagnostic precision, prompt action and transparency, relying on its dedication to the rule of law in representing its clients.
To secure and defend our clients' rights and interests by leveraging the firm's specialized expertise in intellectual property, business and litigation services.
Ground Your Rights On Right Grounds.
To innovate, lead and accomplish in law where no others have ventured before.
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