Mr. Al-Hadhri is the Head of the Litigation department at Sharq Law Firms. He regularly deals with Criminal and Civil matters before the Qatari courts. Prior to joining Sharq Law Firm, Mr. Abdullah worked at the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Education until he obtained a Bachelor of Laws and a Master’s degree in Public Law from the College of Law at Qatar University.
Prior to joining Sharq Law Firm, Mr. Al-Hadhri worked in the Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Education and obtained a Bachelor of Laws from the College of Law at Qatar University with Excellence in addition to obtaining a Master’s Degree in Public Law with distinction in the field of cybercrime and cybersecurity. He has led many legal researches in these areas and has authored several books, the latest of which is “The Crime of Unlawfully Entering Websites and Information Systems in Qatari Law.”
- – Regularly represents clients before the public prosecutor, the Qatari courts (in both Civil and Criminal disputes), the police, and before various public authorities.
- – Acted for different companies and individuals in complex cases before the Civil Courts in Qatar.
- – Led dispute resolution and negotiation processes for many deals which were resolved amicably rather than reaching the judicial stage. The total of one of the disputes amounted to nearly two hundred million Qatari riyals, through which he was able to reduce the amount of the claim to less than half the amount.
- – Acted as a criminal defense attorney before the Qatari Courts.
- – Dealing with the Public Prosecutor in regard to criminal matters and complaints.
- – Representing a bank in a QAR 40 million civil dispute against a commercial company before the Court of First Instance and the Court of Appeal.
- – Successfully participated in the completion of a financial transaction consisting of banking facilities for one of the most important real estate and hospitality companies worth 3.6 billion Qatari riyals.
- – Advising both companies and individuals in Civil and Criminal disputes.