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Curtis has recently established an office in Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, in association with newly formed Trafua Legal Consultants. The office will focus on the traditional Curtis areas of strength, namely, international corporate and finance transactions, international tax, international investments and investment management, international trade, public and private international law, and international litigation and arbitration. Clients based in or doing business in Saudi Arabia will have access to the firm’s wide international network.
The Riyadh office is one of three Curtis offices in the Middle East and will provide a base from which to serve the firm’s clients in the Kingdom and throughout the MENA region.
Ali Mohammed Alqahtani
Marco A. Blanco
Charles L. O. Buderi