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Zaid Fahad Alfaraj

Zaid Fahad Alfaraj
Licensed Lawyer Saudi Office
Basic Information
Consultations : 3
Specialization : commercial
Years of Experience : 8
Languages : Arabic English
Average Cost (Appointment) : 115 Saudi Riyal
Average Cost (Immediate) : 115 Saudi Riyal
Communication Methods :
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Personal Issues Legal Labor commercial Administrative traffic Insurance claims Medical suits Implementation claims Debt collection Tax claims Customs claims Bankruptcy lawsuits Banking issues Companies and foreign investment

Experienced and licensed Lawyer with over eight years in legal practice, adept in managing diverse cases spanning labour, commercial, real estate, financial, and intellectual property domains. Skilled in delivering comprehensive legal services including consultations, contract drafting, and courtroom representation. Successfully handled multiple complex cases in various courts, securing favourable outcomes for clients. Collaborated with financial experts for the successful resolution of banking and financial disputes. Possesses strong legal writing, research, mediation, negotiation, and counselling skills. Equipped with advanced degrees including an LLM in International Commercial Law and a Diploma in Legal Practice. Demonstrated administrative expertise alongside continuous professional development in legal standards and risk management.

Experiences:
Mar 2020 – Present: Licensed Lawyer and Legal Counsel at Zaid Alfaraj Law Firm: Since obtaining my legal practice license, I have been providing various services to clients as part of my responsibilities and duties within the law firm. These services include:
1. Providing more than 200 written and oral legal consultations on various types of cases such as labour, commercial, real estate, financial, and intellectual property cases.
2. Drafting and reviewing agreements and contracts in both Arabic and English languages for different types of agreements and contracts, including labour, commercial, franchise, contracting, and subcontracting agreements, … etc.
3. Undertaking legal cases in front of different courts, such as the Ministry of Justice Courts, the Labour Courts, the Commercial Courts, the General Courts, the Enforcements Courts (in different levels such as primary courts and courts of appeal), and the Board of Grievances (the Administrative Courts). As part of my duties for clients' cases, I study cases, prepare case files, apply cases on platforms such as Najiz and Maeen, edit lawsuits, write legal memos, and write memos for the appeal. For labour cases, I also apply and attend friendly settlements on behalf of clients who have labour issues and transfer their cases to the Labour courts while applying on Najiz platform. Within the law firm, I represent clients in various cases, including labour cases for many clients from the private and public sectors against their employers, and on behalf of two clients, I have requested the liquidation of two companies for bankruptcies, and the Commercial Court has sentenced for approval of the administrative liquidation within the Bankruptcy Commission. I have also represented a company in various cases as the plaintiff and the defendant while cooperating with the legal department in the company to prepare and manage cases in different courts and levels of lawsuits (primary courts and appeal courts).
4. The law firm has prepared files and documents representing eighteen clients before the Committees for Banking and Financial Disputes and Violations (Dammam Branch). These clients had finance contracts from a Saudi Bank, and we managed the cases successfully for the claimants. The sentences decisions were approved by the Appeal Committee for Banking Disputes and Violations, which stopped illegal payments instalments and returned clients' money back. Each client received a new timetable for completing their finance contract instalments after returning the contract to obey the law.
5. The law firm has a cooperative agreement with a Certified Public Accountants' Firm to study cases in the legal aspects and represent clients before the Tax Committees for Resolution of Tax Violations and Disputes and the Appeal Committee for Tax Violations and Disputes.
Jul 2017 – Dec 2017: Trainee Lawyer at Salah Alatram Law Firm and Partners : The
training plan included various responsibilities and duties, such as reviewing and drafting contracts and
agreements. Additionally, I attended mediations and negotiations with the CEO of the law firm,
prepared drafts of the mediations and negotiations, took notes, and wrote letters for clients.
Jul 2016 – Jun 2017: Trainee Lawyer at Abdulhakim Alkharji Law Firm: During my training, I prepared documents and files for many courts and assisted a Legal Adviser in working on an arbitration case file for a client. I also wrote memos, pledges, and appeals for many cases before the General Court, Administrative Court, and Commercial Courts. Furthermore, I collected over SR 300,000 for the law firm's clients in 14 enforcement cases and applied Articles 34 and 46 against other defendants who refused to pay clients' money. I even secured the release of one client from jail under Article 84 sub-Article 5, citing health conditions.
Aug 2015 – Jun 2016: Trainee Lawyer at Dhari Alharbi Law Office; My training included various responsibilities such as assisting with drafting agreements, enquiries, applications, etc. I also participated in client meetings, conducted legal research tasks, drafted letters, worked on client files, provided general administrative and legal support, attended team meetings and networking events, and kept up-to-date with laws and practices. Additionally, I delivered training and performed any other duties required within the scope and spirit of the post.

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