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Kalbian Hagerty ropes in top corporate lawyer for prime US job

DUBAI, September 12, 2020

US-based Kalbian Hagerty, a boutique international general practice law firm with offices in Abu Dhabi and Dubai, said Imad S. Ayass has joined its downtown Washington, DC office as Of Counsel to the firm.
 
Ayass is a well-respected international corporate lawyer with more than 24 years of experience in the United States, Europe, and the Gulf countries. 
 
Ayass earned his BS degree from California State University, Los Angeles, and his JD from Whittier College School of Law. 
 
He is admitted to practice in Washington, DC and California. He is fluent in English and Arabic and is at an advanced level in Spanish. 
 
Lauding the appointment, Founding Partner Haig Kalbian said: "We are excited to welcome Ayass as an important addition to our firm as we continue to grow our local and international corporate and litigation practices to enhance the depth and range of legal services for our clients.""
 
He is a very sharp and experienced attorney who has been a key player in representing clients in major infrastructure, satellite, aerospace, project finance, and technology transactions, he stated. 
 
"He has earned an excellent reputation in his practice areas both in the Middle East, the US and around the world," he added. 
 
In addition to the areas listed above, Ayass' practice focuses mainly on complex international projects, corporate matters, regulatory compliance and estate planning. 
 
He has a commercial approach to legal work, which enables him to draw on his vast experience to achieve resolution of complex legal issues without losing sight of the underlying strategic and commercial objectives of his clients. 
 
Kalbian Hagerty LLP represents a broad range of clients including public and private companies, partnerships, financial institutions, foreign governments, entrepreneurs, family offices and high net worth individuals with their local, national, and international legal needs.-TradeArabia News Service



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