Gunson, Christopher D
Christopher Gunson is counsel in the firm’s Corporate & Securities practice and is based in the Abu Dhabi office.
His practice focuses on representing multinational clients in strategic transactions in the Middle East. He previously lived in Japan for many years and he is fluent in Japanese.
Gunson represents more than 80 multinationals on the legal aspects of their business in the Middle East. This work covers all types of complex and conventional transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, joint ventures, dealership and distributorship agreements, technology licensing, business establishment and negotiated business terminations.
Oil and gas sector transactions
Gunson has substantial experience in the oil and gas sector in the Middle East and other emerging market countries. In this regard, he primarily represents international oil companies and engineering companies on upstream and downstream transactions.
He has authored a number of publications on the oil and gas industry and has been quoted in the press including The National (Abu Dhabi), Bloomberg, Reuters and Oil Review Middle East. He is also a regular speaker on Middle East business law and the oil and gas industry.
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