Trowers pulls out of Riyadh as sole lawyer defects to alliance firm

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  • The story is old and tired, just like Trowers itself.
    The Saudi practice was brought to Trowers by Leroy and once Leroy was ousted, the practice followed soon after.
    Like someone said above, Trowers should just be honest and admit it never had any interest in a corporate practice in Saudi Arabia. Forget the rubbish about recruiting the right people and restarting again on the ground. Trowers is a projects firm and they should stick to what they do best. They don't need a presence in Saudi Arabia for projects and they should just write the past 4 years off as experience gained. Too bad about those who were collateral damage, but that is to be expected as a lawyer in the Middle East nowadays.

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