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Sohaibani & Partners Law Firm was founded in 1988 by Abdulnasir Alsohaibani in the city of Riyadh, the heart of Saudi Arabia. The Firm is one of the first law firms established in Saudi Arabia and a pioneer of the legal service providers for more than three decades. The diversity of legal and Sharia backgrounds of our team has enabled our clients from public and private sectors to achieve best legal professional practices and let them continue to use Sohaibani & Partners over years.

The firm specializes in private law across GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) countries, offering comprehensive legal services to a wide range of local and foreign companies. Notably, Sohaibani & Partners Law Firm excels in company consultations, providing expert guidance to clients on various legal matters related to business operations. With approximately 40 years of operation, Sohaibani & Partners Law Firm has garnered a strong reputation as one of the most established legal offices in the region. Its extensive experience and expertise make it a trusted choice for clients seeking reliable legal representation and counsel.

While headquartered in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, the firm has expanded its presence beyond borders. In addition to the main office in Riyadh, Sohaibani & Partners Law Firm also operates offices in key strategic locations such as Dubai and Istanbul, further enhancing its ability to serve clients across diverse jurisdictions.


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Intellectual Property, Labor Laws and Trade
Competition Law, Intellectual Property, Labour and Business
Construction, Real Estate, Contracts
Intellectual Property, Labor Laws and Trade
Competition Law, Intellectual Property, Labour and Business
Construction, Real Estate, Contracts

Emiratisation Newsletter

In the United Arab Emirates, the Emirati Human Resources Competitiveness Council, known as 'Nafis,' plays a pivotal role in implementing national initiatives with the primary goal of boosting Emiratisation within the private sector.

Sohaibani & Partners
28.05.2024

Saudi Arabia’s Merger Filings and Evolving Conditional Approval Procedures

Saudi Arabia's General Authority for Competition has unveiled significant modifications to its merger control notification requirements. The latest amendments introduce a new local nexus test and establish specific minimum turnover thresholds for both the entities being acquired and the aggregate global annual revenues of the controlling groups involved in the transaction.

Sohaibani & Partners
28.05.2024

Revolutionizing Market Dynamics: Federal Decree-Law No. 36/2023 Transforms UAE’s Competition Landscape

The introduction of Federal Decree-Law No. 36/2023 (“New Competition Law”), which will come into force on 28 December 2023, marks a significant evolution in the United Arab Emirates' (“UAE”) approach to competition law.

Sohaibani & Partners
23.05.2024

Turkish Competition Authority to fine Meta for Non-Compliance

On March 18, 2024, the Turkish Competition Authority (“TCA”) took action against Meta Platforms, Inc., (“Meta”), by issuing a provisional measure to cease the transfer of data between Instagram and Threads and imposed a daily administrative penalty of approximately TRY 4.8 million for Meta's failure to adequately address antitrust concerns.

Sohaibani & Partners
22.05.2024

Important Amendments Affecting Airbnb Operators in Türkiye

Law on Renting Houses for Tourism Purposes and Amending Certain Laws (“Regulation”) was published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Türkiye numbered 32357 and dated November 2, 2023.

Sohaibani & Partners
21.05.2024

Blue Residency Visa

The Blue Residency Visa is a 10-year residential visa program provided to a wide range of individuals passionate about creating a sustainable environment, considering their outstanding contributions and efforts in environmental conservation.

Sohaibani & Partners
21.05.2024

Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation Fines Over 1,300 Private Sector Companies in Emiratisation Rules Violation

On 24th April 2024, the Ministry of Human Resources and Emiratisation (MoHRE) in UAE identified about 1,320 private-sector companies to have violated the Emiratisation rules from mid-2022 to April 2024.

Sohaibani & Partners
20.05.2024
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