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Dr. Amur Al Rashdi

Consultant
Head of Litigation

Contact
CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP
Landmark building
6rd Floor
23rd July Street
PO Box 41, PC 136
Muscat
Oman
Languages Arabic, English

Amur Al Rashdi leads the Dispute Resolution team in the CMS Oman Office.

Amur has over 15 years of litigation and dispute resolution experience, appearing before Omani courts in relation to complex and high-value litigation matters. He has represented both domestic and international companies, government entities and private individuals on a wide range of litigious matters, regulatory proceedings and administrative law claims. In addition, he has experience of all types of alternative dispute resolution including structured settlement discussion, arbitration, mediation and expert determination. Having gained his Bachelor’s degree in jurisprudence from the Judicial institute of Oman and Master’s degree in Islamic Science from Al Bait University in Jordan. Amur went to complete his Doctorate in Administrative Law at Abdelmalek Essaadi University in Tangiers, Morocco.

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Education

  • 2014 - Doctorate in Administrative Law, Abdelmalek Essaadi University, Tangiers, Morocco   
  • 1999 - Master’s degree in Islamic Science, Al Bait University, Jordan
  • 1997 - Bachelor’s degree in jurisprudence, The Judicial institute, Oman
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10/05/2021
Ar­bit­ra­tion in Oman un­der the New OCAC Rules
The Sul­tan­ate of Oman took its first steps in re­la­tion to ar­bit­ra­tion with the Law of Ar­bit­ra­tion in Civil and Com­mer­cial Dis­putes (Roy­al De­cree No. 47/1997) (the Law) which was based on the UN­CIT­RAL...
10/05/2021
Ar­bit­ra­tion Law in Oman – Re­cent De­vel­op­ments 
Leg­al de­vel­op­ments in the Sul­tan­ate of Oman have gen­er­ally kept pace with leg­al de­vel­op­ments across the wider GCC. This is also true of the Oman Ar­bit­ra­tion Law. With the is­su­ance last year of the Rules...
15/04/2021
Law and reg­u­la­tion of con­sequen­tial dam­ages clauses in the en­ergy sec­tor...
1. Do the words “con­sequen­tial loss” have a giv­en mean­ing in law? The words “con­sequen­tial loss” are found in Omani law, but they are not giv­en a clear defin­i­tion. The leg­al po­s­i­tion re­gard­ing...