MISHCON INTERNATIONAL: MIDDLE EAST
The Middle East. Spanning two continents, the cultural, political and economic significance of the region resonates through our shared global history. Read more
New York, London, Paris … Dubai. In the past decade the once sleepy Gulf port has overtaken the old triumvirate of favoured destinations for high-end consumers to top the list of global tourist spending.
Dr. Gordon Blanke is an International Commercial & Investment Arbitration Partner in DWF LLP's Middle East office, based in Dubai. He has worked on arbitrations across a variety of industry sectors, including private equity, banking and finance, construction/real estate, commodities, hospitality, oil and gas and shipping.
Shaistah Akhtar is a Partner specialising in commercial litigation, fraud, investigations and regulatory compliance.
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