Hussein Haeri: Dispute Resolution Legal Expert Unveils Tips for Successful Settlements
Welcome to our latest interview with Hussein Haeri, a Partner at Withers LLP in London. We sat down with him to get the inside scoop on what it's like working with families and settling disputes in the constantly evolving legal landscape. He talks about how they present their firm to clients, shares examples of disputes they handle, and even discusses their approach to the family office market.
Learn about different methods for solving family conflicts and get a glimpse into what's ahead for your business. Plus, discover why accessing independent London advice can give you a major advantage in dealing with non-UK disputes.
If you're interested in learning more about this area of law, don't miss out on our conversation with an expert in the field.
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- Interview with Hussein Haeri, Partner at Withers LLP
- Can you explain how you describe and present your firm to the families you work with?
- How is the changing landscape affecting the role you have, specifically in terms of settling disputes?
- Can you give us an example of the types of disputes the person handles?
- Who are you aiming to connect with? Are there specific professionals you want to engage with?
- What's your view on the family office market, including Saudi Arabia and London-based offices focused on the Middle East or Saudi Arabia?
- Do you privately mediate family disputes and explain the available methods for resolving these issues?
- Having experienced the region's growth, what future trends do you foresee for clients you've worked with?
- Do you see the expanding Saudi global investments, especially in sports, leading to increased cross-border business opportunities and collaborations with the UK?
- What's the main advantage for clients seeking independent London advice on non-UK disputes to access top expertise?
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