MRP’s Experience List

– An Oman based construction company in an arbitration against an Oman based real estate developer. The arbitration arises under a contract for construction of an industrial building complex comprising of workshops, auto-showrooms, building material shops, office spaces, residential units and associated infrastructure. This is an ad-hoc arbitration governed by Omani law.

– A UAE based contractor against a UAE based employer in regards to multiple contracts for the construction, completion and maintenance of 3 Hotel Apartments in Dubai. The dispute relates to non-payment of certain taxes by the employer. This is a Dubai seated ad-hoc arbitration.

– A Dubai based construction contractor in a dispute against an Emirati developer arising out of a contract for construction of a residential building development project in Al Furjan, Dubai. The dispute is before DIFC Court and governed by DIFC law.

– An Oman based stone supply and installation contractor in an arbitration against an interior contracting company in respect of a Subcontract Agreement for the supply and installation of stone cladding works for the development of an international airport in Oman. This is a Muscat seated arbitration under Omani law governed by the ICC Rules.

– A Qatari construction support service provider in an arbitration against an Omani contractor. The arbitration is under a Subcontract Agreement to provide painting and scaffolding services for machinery in an International Airport Jet Fuel Supply Project. The arbitration is under the ICC Rules, with a Tribunal seated in London and governed by English law.

– An Indian construction company in a dispute arising out of a hydroelectric project in the Bagmati province of Nepal. This is a Kathmandu seated arbitration administered by the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) governed by Nepalese law.

– A Dubai based construction company in an arbitration against a local municipality in respect of a contract for the irrigation mains. This is an ad-hoc Dubai seated arbitration governed by UAE law.

– An Oman based construction company in an arbitration against an Oman based civil contractor in respect of contracts for construction of Residential Package. This is an Oman seated arbitration governed by ICC Rules and Omani law

– An Oman based EPC contracting and construction company (subcontractor) in an ICC arbitration against a South Korean company providing EPC services (contractor). The arbitration arises out of contract for execution of civil, building and landscaping works for the A’Seeb Sewage Collection and Conveyance System at A’Seeb in Oman. The governing law is Omani law and the seat of arbitration is London, United Kingdom.

– An Oman based construction company in an ICC arbitration against an Omani-Italian joint venture arising out of a contract for earthworks and foundations for the Salalah Independent Water Project. The governing law is Omani law and the seat of arbitration is Muscat, Oman.

– A Libyan oil and gas company against a Korean shipbuilder arising out of a contract for construction of an FSO vessel. This is an ICC arbitration governed by Libyan law.

– An Abu Dhabi based construction company in an arbitration against a UAE contractor. The arbitration is under a Subcontract Agreement to provide electro-mechanical support in a project to treat and dispose hazardous industrial waste. The arbitration is under the ICC Rules, with a Tribunal seated in London and governed by English law.

– A Kuwaiti construction support service provider in an arbitration against a Kuwait based Construction company. The arbitration is in respect of a Sub-Subcontract Agreement for providing painting services in a project involving the upgrade of the existing refineries in Kuwait. The arbitration is under the ICC Rules and the seat is Paris.

– An Oman based construction company in an arbitration against an Oman based real estate developer. The arbitration arises under a subcontract agreement for construction work including structural, civil, interior works, roads, car parking, landscapes, mechanical, electrical, plumbing works and associated infrastructure. This is an Oman seated Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC) arbitration governed by Omani law.

– A UAE based contractor against a UAE based company for disputes arising out of a contract for the construction, completion and maintenance of Villas and Compound Wall at Jabal Ali First, Dubai.

– A Kuwaiti construction support service provider in an arbitration against a Kuwaiti EPC company. The arbitration is in respect of a Subcontract Agreement to provide insulation works for a clean fuel project at a refinery based in Kuwait. This is a DIFC arbitration under Dubai law.

– An Indian company in an arbitration against a Semi-Government Qatari company. The arbitration arises under a EPC contract. This is an ICC arbitration governed by English Law and the Tribunal is seated in London.

– A Saudi construction and engineering company in a dispute arising out of an EPC contract for overhead transmission lines with associated grid substation in Musandam Governorate, Oman.-

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