Ince & Co appoints new partner to boost its shipping, energy and offshore efforts in UAE
Ince & Co has announced that it has bolstered its Dubai office with the appointment of Rania Tadros as a partner.
Tadros, who moves from the firm’s London office, strengthens Ince’s shipping and energy and offshore capabilities in the United Arab Emirates.
A fluent Arabic speaker, Tadros has extensive commercial transactional, arbitration and litigation experience within the shipping and energy and offshore markets, including handling matters for clients in the offshore support and oilfield services sector.
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