Ali Almihdar comes to the Bar of England and Wales with much experience of legal practice in the Middle East.
His work covers the full spectrum of commercial legal practice from advice to drafting to arbitrations to advocacy. Almihdar has offered Saudi legal advice and services over a wide range of subjects, including advising clients in negotiations of contracts, formations of Saudi companies, foreign capital investment licences for temporary or continuing commercial activities in the Kingdom, shipping, intellectual property matters, agency and distributorship, project constructions companies, arbitrations, litigation before Saudi courts and tribunals, labour law matters, and general Saudi corporate legal advice.
Educated in Law at Churchill College Cambridge, (MA & LLM), his legal career started as legal adviser to the Saudi Ministry of Petroleum and Mineral Resources, and then expanded, through Almihdar Law Firm (ALF), which he established in Jeddah in 1976, to handling work for that ministry and many other corporate and private clients from many parts of the world, including the UK, the US and Western Europe. Almihdar has been the Honorary Legal Adviser to the British Consulate in Jeddah since 1998.
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