AS World Group Holding Limited v. Sajid Barkat Ali Barkat registered under DIFC Claim No. CFI-087-2021

Dr. Mahmoud Hussein, our Founding Partner, recently appeared on behalf of the Claimant in a Case Management Conference before the DIFC Court of First Instance in the matter of AS World Group Holding Limited v. Sajid Barkat Ali Barkat registered under DIFC Claim No. CFI-087-2021.

The matter relates to a civil fraud claim brought by the Claimant in which the Defendant is alleged to have misappropriated company funds to the tune of circa AED 4 Million.

As the firm continues to grow its DIFC Courts litigation practice in leaps and bounds, we are grateful to all of our clients who have placed their trust in us. We hope to share some more positive news in the not too distant future.

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