M. Marwan Shaheen


M. Marwan Shaheen

Partner, Law Firm of Hassan Mahassni

Jeddah | Al-Nakheel Center, 3rd Floor , Medina Road on Palestine Circle , P.O. Box 2256, Jeddah 21451
+966 12 665 4353 | + 966 12 669 2996

Riyadh | Office 25, 2nd Floor, Al Riyadh Olaya Centre, Olaya Street, Riyadh
+ 966 11 450 0093

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M. Marwan Shaheen is an experienced litigator and registered arbitrator who focuses his practice on corporate law. Mr. Shaheen regularly appears before judicial bodies and is routinely sought by the Saudi Arabian Board of Grievances to advise on reconciliation and settlement cases in addition to matters that involve the compulsory and voluntary liquidation of companies.

Mr. Shaheen’s previously worked as the director of the Legal Department at the Civil Servants General Bureau in Riyadh. During his tenure with the agency, Mr. Shaheen was a member of the Civil Servants Disciplinary Board, the Investigations Committee, and some administrative committees formed by Royal Decrees.

Mr. Shaheen is a partner in the Law Firm of Hassan Mahassni in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.


Significant Representations

  • Currently acting as a mediator and arbitrator (including arbitral panel head) in several arbitration cases.
  • Appointed by the Saudi Arabian Board of Grievances, one of the highest courts in the country, to act as liquidator in compulsory as well as voluntary liquidation of companies’ in several cases.
  • A foreign company with respect to a case filed against a Saudi Arabian company. The reconciliation was affirmed by a Judgment of the Commercial Circuit of the Board of Grievances.
  • A claimant in respect to its claim for compensation of US$250 million for damages incurred following the termination of commercial agency arrangements.
  • The defendant in a collection claim for products more than US$140 million supplied by a manufacturer to its Saudi Arabian commercial agent.
  • The defendant in a claim in excess of €100 million against the plaintiff who is claiming damages based on the allegation that the defendant had incited him to conclude a transaction through misrepresentation and deceit.
  • Syrian University, Bachelor of Law, 1964
  • Saudi Arabia
  • Arabic
  • English

Arbitrator approved by the Saudi Ministry of Justice (commercial and labor cases)