Pamela Haidat

Pamela J. Haidat

Owner and Partner at CompensateME

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Solicitor - Partner - GCP Legal Consultants

Partner - Nasser Malalla Advocates


University Law Degree


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Pamela Haidat
Pamela Haidat obtained her University Law Degree in Dundee, Scotland and completed her Legal Practice Courses at The College of Law, York, England, UK. Pamela was admitted to the Role of Solicitors of England and Wales in 2004 and has over 10 years experience working in the legal sector both here in the Middle East and in the UK. Previous to that Pamela worked for a top tier UK Defendant Litigation Firm specializing in all aspects of Insurance Litigation, from minor RTAs to catastrophic injury, employer's liability claims and public liability claims. Her experience includes pre-litigation negotiations in relation to liability and quantum and negotiating with claimant lawyers to find suitable rehabilitation and treatment packages for the injured party as soon as practicable to ensure a better long-term prognosis. Mrs. Haidat also conducted interlocutory hearings and application representing Defendant Insurer clients before the Courts of England and Wales, drafting proceedings and applications where the matter became contentious. Mrs. Haidat also worked for a local advocate firm dealing with corporate, commercial and real estate disputes. Pamela is a partner at Nasser Malalla Advocates and Legal Consultants, a registered lecturer at the Dubai Land Department and Dubai Real Estate Institute and is also a founder and partner of CompensateME. Pamela Haidat Director

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Developers Raise The Stakes With Defaulters : Casabella Property Broker

"The increase in property-related disputes can be seen both at the UAE Court level as well as with Rera [Real Estate Regulatory Agency] related complaints," said Pamela Haidat, Partner at Nasser Malalla Advocates, which is part of the GCP Group.
"The trend in cases is more likely related to the economic cycle ... the same was witnessed in 2009-10 as well, the increase at that time being much greater on account of the fact that it was the first down cycle since freehold was introduced in Dubai," said Haidat. Civil disputes are heard at the Court level, these disputes "predominately relating to issues arising between developers, investors and/or brokerage agents," said Pamela Haidat, Partner at Nasser Malalla Advocates. "The issues range from delays in handover and/or complete failure to construct. "These cases have caused some uncertainty among investors in the market, and is a contributing factor to the current down price cycle." * Dispute resolutions through the courts can be time consuming. "This is why alternative dispute resolution processes, such as the ones set up by Rera and/or the DIAC (Dubai International Arbitration Centre) are sometimes preferred, as they may facilitate a speedier resolution process in most cases and are sometimes dealt with in English," said Haidat.

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