Al-Shehail Prime Legal Support has a global footprint that allows us to serve clients in aviation litigation wherever needed. Our team’s strength is bolstered by experience in representing plaintiffs in the crash of Ethiopian Airlines Flight 302, the Boeing 737 MAX 8 Aircraft that crashed on 10 March 2019 shortly after takeoff. The crash was the deadliest in Ethiopian history. “Black Box” evidence indicates that a system designed to help the aircraft avoid stalling in midair malfunctioned and contributed to the crash. In addition to litigation, we work in the following areas:

  • Antitrust and competition, including international regulatory systems
  • Crisis management, including aviation accidents, cargo claims and the handling and management of passenger claims and injuries
  • Employment and labor
  • Intellectual property
  • Islamic finance
  • Sustainability and climate change, including carbon trading and environmental law.