We have a dedicated team of corporate and commercial lawyers in Dubai to assist new and existing start-ups, as well as entrepreneurs with launching, growing, and protecting their business in the UAE. Our services include company incorporation and setup, intellectual property protection, drafting agreements, and initial documentation, and providing day-to-day legal advice for matters across the range of a start-up’s lifecycle. Designed to be responsive, actionable, and cost-effective, we work with you to understand what you need to protect and grow your startup.

Notable Transactions 2019 - Date


We advised the founder of Falcon Eye Drones LLC (FEDS) on the collaboration with Aerodyne Group – one of the world’s largest drone service companies. We worked with the client on various legal strategies to protect the interests of both the founder and the business whilst enabling Aerodyne to meet their requirements.


United Trans

We advised United Trans LLC on their collaboration with the Road Transport Authority of Dubai in providing the bus on-demand service. We worked with the client on their arrangements with Via (the technology SaaS provider), other service providers, and the critical points that should be addressed with the RTA.


Food To Go

We advised Al Serkal Ventures on their investment into Food To Go (a Cloud Kitchen) and in the process of the restructuring required for the business to achieve an optimal legal position for the investment and potential future investors.                                                       


Legal Questions Every Startup Should Ask 

Part One - Turning Your Idea Into A Business

Every startup must take careful legal steps to protect its future interests before and during its launch.

In Part One of our new three-part series, Legal Questions Every Startup Should Ask, watch our partner and head of corporate, Richard Imran Ding, answer some crucial legal questions that founders should ask when turning their idea into a viable business.

Thinking of launching your startup? Reach out to us at [email protected] or call +971-4-329-8880 for more questions.

Part Two - Getting Investor Ready

Fundraising is a critical milestone in every startup's journey, signaling that the startup is ready to develop its product further, expand its team, and is prepared to scale and grow. 

When your startup future's at stake, it's important to be ready for investors during your funding round. Watch our partner and head of corporate, Richard Imran Ding, answer some of the key questions that startups must ask themselves before reaching out to investors. 

Preparing for your next funding round? Reach out to us at [email protected] or call +971-4-329-8880 for more questions. 

Part Three - Finding Funding 

In the last part of our 3 part video series 'Legal Questions Every Startup Should Ask', we cover questions that startups need to consider when they are on the lookout for investors. Finding the right investors for your startup, making a successful pitch, and getting them on board is no easy task.

Hear from our partner and head of corporate, Richard Imran Ding, on how founders need to cover all their bases, protect themselves against any unnecessary liabilities, have clear roles and responsibilities assigned to all team members, and need to approach investors that believe in the vision and have trust in the founding team. 

If you are a founder looking for funding, now might be a good time to bring on board a good startup lawyer. For more questions email us at [email protected] or call +971-4-329-8880.