Munir Suboh joins BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates


BSA Ahmad Bin Hezeem & Associates LLP has further enhanced its client service offering with the appointment of Munir Suboh, who will lead the firm’s Intellectual Property Department.

Suboh, who joins BSA as a partner, began his practice in the Middle East in 2006 and has since worked on numerous high-profile contentious and non-contentious IP matters. Munir will provide both new and existing clients with expertise in all IP related services, including trademarks, tradenames, copyrights, patents, trade secrets and domain names. He is also highly skilled in the areas of commercialisation and complex disputes on IP rights.

For many years, Suboh has been advising high net worth clients in setting up regional strategies for protection of IP rights on prosecution, protection, transactional and enforcement. He also represents a range of clients from various industry sectors, including Media, FMCG, Tobacco, industrial, pharmaceuticals and many more. His principal set of expertise encompasses negotiations, settlement mandates and litigation.

Commenting on his recent appointment, Suboh stated, “BSA, a strongly established law firm in the region, has an exceptional platform from which to serve clients throughout all sectors and industries. The firm has an impressive appetite for growth and its advanced infrastructure will facilitate this ambition. I look forward to working for both new and existing clients to deliver outstanding and unrivaled support in the provision of IP services.”

Jimmy Haoula, BSA managing partner, added, “We are excited to welcome Munir onboard as a partner and the Head of our Intellectual Property Department. With over 12 years’ IP experience, his expertise will be an invaluable asset to both new and existing clients. The addition of a dedicated IP practice within the firm reflects our commitment to further increase our capability to offer innovative legal solutions to meet our clients growing IP needs and cement our reputation as a leading regional law firm.”

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