Anoud Abu Odeh focuses on corporate matters and international dispute resolution. She is admitted to the New York bar and is a member of the American Bar Association. Anoud has a background in UK law, US law and Qatar law.

    Anoud advises international and domestic clients on corporate transactions and provides general corporate counseling.

    She also has experience advising clients on real-estate and property leasing matters in Qatar.

    As a member of the international dispute resolution team, Anoud is heavily involved in high-value commercial and construction disputes before various forums, with a particular focus on arbitration and Qatar court. Anoud has experience advising clients at all stages of conflict resolution.

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    • Assisting with advising a Qatari governmental body on a multi-tiered cross-border corporate transaction involving a number of share transfers and corporate restructuring.
    • Advising local and international clients on all legal aspects related to share transfers, company dissolution in Qatar.
    • Providing general counseling to local and international businesses in relation to termination of lease agreements, transfers of real property in accordance with Qatar law.
    • Representing and advising a Qatari subcontractor in a multijurisdictional dispute involving prosecuting and defending claims before Qatar court, ICC arbitration and US federal court in relation to a construction project at the US Air Base in Qatar.
    • Assisting with the representation of a Portuguese construction company in defending multiple claims filed against it in Qatar in relation to multiple construction projects.
    • Assisting with securing interim relief in ICC emergency arbitration in relation to a subcontractor’s payment guarantee and performance bond.
    • Liaising and working with litigation funders on dispute matters in the interest of various clients.

    Education

    • Queen Mary, University of London, LL.B., 2015

    Admissions

    • New York, 2016

    Languages

    • English
    • Arabic
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