Me. Hajj-Boutros is a Senior Legal Counsel at Massaad & Hayek Law Firm.
She joined our firm in 2012.
Me. Hajj-Boutros has a comprehensive legal experience covering corporate, commercial, contentious matters and various tax implications. She provides a broad range of legal services in several fields of law on the local, regional and international levels.
Me. Hajj-Boutros has also an extensive experience in real estate transactions and contracts such as, without limitation, sale and purchase agreements, lease agreements for residential and commercial destination comprising leases for spaces in shopping malls, construction and real estate development agreements, including FIDIC, and the management of residential and commercial compounds.
Me. Hajj-Boutros advises on corporate structuring and acquisition of shares including the drafting and negotiation of joint ventures, shareholders’ and shares purchase agreements.
Me. Hajj-Boutros also advises major companies and institutions on Labor and Social Security Laws, including employees’ benefits and termination, and on the laws governing teachers in private schools and universities. She contributes in the creation and incorporation of not for profit organizations.
Me. Hajj-Boutros has been involved in the drafting and negotiation of a wide range of commercial and non-commercial contracts including, without limitation, management of malls and hotels, letter of intent, distribution, franchise, licence, catering, services, independent contractor, sale, purchase and exchange of motor yachts, sale of Aircrafts, grant, memorandum of understanding and cooperation agreements.
Me. Hajj-Boutros handled numerous court cases and represented clients before various courts up to the high court of cassation. She also represented clients in the execution of judgments and courts’ decisions including but not limited to seizure of assets up to the sale in the public auction.
- Myriam was admitted to Practice Law in Lebanon and joined the Beirut Bar Association since 1992.
- Fluent in English, Arabic and French.