Leading Libyan law firm specializing in the laws of the Middle East and North Africa
A Leading Libyan Law Firm
With offices in Washington, D.C., Tripoli, Libya, and Istanbul, Turkey, KARBAL & CO is an international law firm that provides legal and arbitration services to international and domestic clients on the laws of Libya and other jurisdictions of the Middle East and North Africa.
As a full-service Libyan law firm, we offer legal and arbitration services in a number of practices and industries, including maritime, oil & gas, and construction. Through our Washington D.C. office, our lawyers offer legal advisory services on the laws of the GCC and North Africa.
As a leading oil & gas law firm, our Libyan lawyers advise clients on all legal matters pertaining to the Libyan oil & gas sector. Our consultants understand the importance of the language in oil & gas affairs in the Middle East and North Africa and this is why our legal work is performed in both English and Arabic.
Libyan Law, GCC Laws & Expert legal opinions
With offices in jurisdictions with robust maritime industries, we offer legal advice on all aspects of maritime and shipping law.
“I was fortunate to work with [Dr. Karbal] (using him as an expert witness on matters of Libyan law) in a large maritime case in Federal Court in New York. Dr. Karbal is a pleasure to work with; he is intelligent, diligent and thoughtful. His knowledge and understanding of Libyan law and maritime matters is impressive, and his analysis of the issues we dealt with in that context was thorough and insightful. . . Finally, I have found Dr. Karbal to be of the highest moral character.”
“We engaged Dr. Karbal as an expert witness on Libyan maritime law and practice. He was pleasant to work with, gave prompt and incisive advice, and stood up well to hours of aggressive questioning at deposition. We would not hesitate to engage him again if the need arises.”
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