Eversheds boosts Middle East practice

November 19, 2012 Global law firm Eversheds has boosted its Middle East practice with the hire of two partners and one principal associate in the Doha office.

Partners Dani Kabbani and Ben Moylan join the firm from Simmons & Simmons and SNR Denton respectively. Kabbani has 15 years’ experience practicing in Qatar, specialising in commercial and corporate matters, while Moylan began practicing in Qatar four years ago, and specialises in finance.

Jennifer Westall re-joins the firm as a principal associate, following a two year stint in the UK where she worked for Stephenson Harwood.

Meanwhile the firm boosted its Dubai office by relocating top financial services litigation partner Ben Bruton from the London office. Bruton has been brought in to lead the region's Financial Dispute Resolution Team.

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