Al-Yaqout and Al-Fouzan Legal Group (‘YFLG’), specialized in providing legal services to firms through its offices in Kuwait, have officially entered into a strategic memorandum of understanding (MOU) with renowned law firm, Hage-Chahine. With offices in Beirut, Paris, and Dubai, Hage-Chahine specializes in offering comprehensive legal services to businesses. This collaboration represents a significant milestone for all parties involved, as it aims to enhance their capabilities and provide integrated legal solutions to clients across the region.
The primary objective of this MOU is to foster knowledge sharing and exchange of expertise between the two firms, while also developing innovative strategies to further enhance the quality of legal services delivered to clients. Through this partnership, clients can expect to benefit from top-notch legal support in various domains, including commercial and financial matters, real estate law, intellectual property rights, and more. This collaboration underscores the commitment of both firms to expanding their regional footprint and delivering world-class legal solutions to their valued clientele.
Khalifah Al-Yaqout (pictured left), the Managing Partner of Al-Yaqout and Al-Fouzan Legal Group, stated that the signing of this MOU is a part of the group’s vision to expand regionally through cooperation and partnership with renowned local firms that provide legal support with international standards and quality, such as Hage-Chahine Law Firm. This partnership is expected to strategically enhance the interests of the group’s clients through cooperation in various jurisdictions.
Najib Hage-Chahine (pictured right), the Managing Partner of Hage-Chahine Law Firm, also emphasized the importance of the agreement in expanding into the Gulf region and providing cross-border legal support to clients regarding Kuwaiti legislation and markets. This agreement also reflects the significance of trade exchange between Kuwait and Lebanon and investment in various sectors such as banking, real estate, food industries, energy, infrastructure, and tourism.