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Al Sulaiti Law firm

We have qualified and sufficient experienced attorneys at law & legal councils, to represent our clients in different multiparty litigation. Our specialist and experienced litigation team has a successful track record of acting in high value. Our team has a global understanding of cases entrusted to us which allowed to find the most effective and efficient solutions to our clients.
Due to Qatar's rapid economic development, which has been characterized by steady growth rates and rapid development, we are paying special attention to this sector to help them comply with the laws and regulations.

Since any institution is desirous to achieve a successful business, it shall initially achieve such success internally by adhering to the Employment laws.

Consequently, Al-Sulaiti Law Firm provides its legal support to its clients by providing accurate legal consultancies that contribute in supporting their legal status.

In addition, our firm drafts internal regulations, employment contracts, and draw the attention of its clients.

Employment Law regulation is very crucial to an organizations development, compliance of contractual agreements and terms are an important part of business.

Qatar is expected to have 2.5 million foreign workers by 2020 in many sectors to help in the development of the country.

As such, we are keen to communicate constantly with our clients to raise awareness to the laws that are issued and have direct or indirect impact on their contractual relationship with their employees.

Our experts cover areas including but not limited to: providing legal consultancies related to labor disputes, drafting and reviewing employment contracts, transfers of sponsorship and employment, annual leave, overtime regulations, confidentiality agreements and dispute resolution.