James Harbridge has lived and worked in Oman for over ten years and is litigation partner at international law firm Curtis, Mallet-Prevost in Qurm. You can email him on email@example.com
A few years ago, the Supreme Court had to consider a case filed by the family of a truck driver. Tragically, he had died in a vehicle accident.
In 2008, an employee was arrested due to a criminal complaint filed with the Public Prosecutor by his employer.
In 2011, a claimant filed a civil case against a defendant insurance company, requesting compensation for a 'totalled' car.
Nearly ten years ago, two individuals allegedly attempted to break into a residence.
A few years back, a woman filed a criminal complaint against a male accused (the defendant), claiming that he had verbally abused her.