Joseph Huse
Name: Joseph Huse
Firm Name: Newton Legal Group
Country: Bahrain
Expertise: Infrastructure Law


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Professional Biography:

Joseph Huse is our exclusively recommended infrastructure Law expert in Bahrain on the Advisory Excellence website. If you need assistance in this area, please contact Joseph directly using the contact details listed above.

Joseph is the Founding Partner of Newton Legal. He works closely with a number of key clients, including the Government of Bahrain. Prior to 2012, he was the MENA Regional Managing Partner of Freshfields Bruckhaus and Deringer and a member of its Projects and International Arbitration Groups for over twenty years.

Joseph is a leading expert in the structuring of infrastructure and energy projects. Joseph is the author of Understanding and Negotiating EPC and Turnkey Contracts, published by Sweet & Maxwell. He also has particular experience in disputes on construction, infrastructure and energy projects. In addition to advising and representing clients in a litigation context, Joseph also frequently sits as arbitrator in international courts.

Joseph Huse is a past member of the LCIA Court as the special delegate for the DIFC-LCIA Arbitration Centre. He was the first Registrar of the Centre from February 2009 to February 2010. He also acted as Chairman of the Appeals Committee of the Dubai Mercantile Exchange.

Firm Overview:

Newton Legal is a Bahrain-based international law firm established in 2012 with the objective of providing world-class legal services throughout the Kingdom of Bahrain and the GCC region.

Newton Legal, under the guidance of the Founding Partner – Joseph Huse and Managing Partner – Aamal Al Abbasi, has grown to become the largest law firm in Bahrain with over 20 of the brightest Bahraini lawyers specialising across a number of practice areas, including Corporate & Commercial, Real Estate, Energy & Infrastructure, Dispute Resolution, Banking and Finance, Employment, Telecommunications, Media and Technology, and Public Law.

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