Leith Ben Ammar is a senior associate in Greenberg Traurig’s London office. His practice focuses on complex, high value international arbitration and multi-jurisdictional commercial litigation.

He has vast experience acting for state entities, developers, contractors, multinational companies and ultra-high-net-worth individuals, primarily in the construction and energy sectors. His practice also includes the infrastructure, real estate, mining, transport, consumer goods, technology, manufacturing, sports, and financial services sectors.

Leith represented clients across a dozen jurisdictions in Europe, Africa and Asia, as well as the Middle East, where he spent considerable time. He has particular expertise in disputes involving very large and technically complex infrastructure, energy and real estate projects in emerging markets. He advises clients at all levels of the supply chain and at all stages of a project’s lifecycle, from early claim management and mitigation, to trial and enforcement.

Parties to an international arbitration, their lawyers, the tribunal members and the arbitral institution have numerous data protection obligations, which may compete and overlap, creating a complex compliance framework, especially in disputes that typically involve a significant amount of personal data, such as large-scale construction, technology and digital information disputes.

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