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Arielle Tatur

Legal Director - Corporate & Dispute Resolution

Arielle is a dual-qualified (English and BVI) Solicitor-Advocate with over a decade of international legal experience with top tier international firms and for some of the world’s leading, most recognisable brands. 

Her experience ranges from disputes (arbitration, litigation and investigations) to general corporate and commercial transactions. She has a particular expertise in multijurisdictional shareholder disputes, and shareholder transactions across an array of sectors, including technology, finance, retail, telecoms and energy. 

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In recent years, Arielle has represented a wide array of clients in disputes, commercial and corporate matters including:

  • Advising a private individual on the acquisition of a 49% stake in a chain of soft-play centres in Dubai.

  • Advising a private individual on the acquisition of a 51% stake in health and wellness app in Abu Dhabi.

  • Advising a third-party funder investing in several tranches of litigation filed by Chinese/Hong Kong claimants against Sam Bankman-Fried (SBF), and the accountants and celebrities who endorsed SBF and his crypto platform, FTX (now defunct).

  • Advising an American tech company on a $250 million commercial dispute against a distributor.

  • Advising a UAE telecom on a multi-million dollar shareholder dispute.

  • Advising a Japanese car manufacturer in relation to commercial operations in MENA, and formulating a corporate and disputes strategy.

  • Advising a family office in relation to commercial operations in MENA (including a dispute with a distributor).

  • Advising multinational cosmetics conglomerate on its commercial operations in MENA.

  • Advising a South African telecom provider in relation to allegations of bribing the Taliban (in the context of US litigation) .

  • Advising a multinational flavouring and fragrance conglomerate on a white collar investigation into allegations of bribery and corruption.

  • Advising international shareholders in dozens of multijurisdictional shareholder disputes, often arising out of alleged fraud, corruption or misallocation of funds.

*The above relates to work undertaken whilst in previous roles.


  • Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer LLP, Dubai

  • Kobre & Kim LLP, BVI 

  • Covington & Burling LLP, London



  • England & Wales

  • British Virgin Islands


  • Postgraduate Diploma in Legal Practice (Distinction), University of Law, London, 2009

  • LLB in Law (Commendation), University of Law, London, 2008

  • BA in English and Psychology (Hons), joint degree with coursework from Oxford University, MIT University, Wellesley College and Harvard University, 2007

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