Chadbourne & Parke
Boulevard Plaza Tower 1, Level 20
Burj Khalifa District
Tel: +971 (4) 422-7088
Fax: +971 (4) 422-7089
Daniel J. Greenwald is the Managing Partner of Chadbourne’s office in Dubai. His practice encompasses joint ventures, project development and construction, acquisitions, investments, contracts, complex dispute resolution, and international arbitration and litigation. He has worked with clients in investment and finance, construction and project development, real estate, oil and gas exploration and oilfield services, healthcare, technology, education, logistics and government. Client matters have been throughout the United Arab Emirates, Gulf and Middle East, North America, Europe, Russia and the CIS, Afghanistan and Africa.
Mr. Greenwald has practiced law in Dubai since 1986, with Chadbourne and his own firm. From 1991 to 1992, he served as the Head of Corporate Finance Department of Arabian General Investment Company (now SHUAA Capital), an international investment and financial services company, responsible for the Corporate Finance, Legal and Marketing departments, including the direct investment program in Europe and North America. As General Counsel with AGICO from 1989 to 1991, Mr. Greenwald handled corporate legal matters with regard to negotiating and structuring direct investments and financings. He previously worked at Chadbourne’s New York, Washington D.C. and Dubai offices and was a partner from 1985 to 1989.
Chadbourne & Parke:
Chadbourne’s office in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates opened in May 2007. The expansion into Dubai reflects the Firm’s strong practices in energy, project finance and cross-border acquisitions, as well as our expanding client relationships in the Middle East.
The office is led by Jack Greenwald, a Chadbourne partner who has practiced law in Dubai since 1986. The lawyers and paralegals in the office have experience serving clients in such sectors as financial services, oil and gas exploration and oil field services, construction and real estate development, healthcare, education, technology, logistics and government. They have advised clients in the Middle East on joint ventures and new businesses, project development, investments, contracts, international dispute resolution and arbitration and litigation.