CC London litigation chief relocates to Moscow, finance co-head to Saudi

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  • I heard that Al Jadaan will no longer provide no-objection letters to its expat lawyers when they leave. Makes the lawyers re-entry into Saudi Arabia conditional on Mohammed Al Jadaan's approval of the firm they want to go to.

    I guess A&O won't be seeing any more ex Al Jadaan.

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  • Envy
    Succinctly, you must be either:
    Mohamed Al-Jadaan OR
    A complete ignorant of the Saudi legal market.

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  • I think it is more likely that Envy is an office manager with misguided loyalty. No doubt when the current round of support staff redundancies at Al Jadaan is finished, the only logical target left will be the said office manager>
    Who will be envious of Envy then?

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  • Oh no i dont think he was Abu-Yamen (abu-matyaz)

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  • I think Abu Musameh has been sucking on the cactus juice again.
    Latest gossip on the street is that Mr Plew's move is just spin. It seems that he is unlikely to be seen around town apart from fleeting visits from Dubai where the lifestyle is much more appealing.
    I guess it just depends on how you define "relocation."

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  • Another expat lawyer has fled the good ship Al Jadaan. This leaves the finance side about as thinly staffed as the corporate side.

    Reliable sources advise that two of the remaining three expats have their eyes firmly fixed on a move to London and soon the cupboard will be bare.

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  • Hey Edge

    Would those two expats happen to have the same first name?

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