The founding and managing counsel of Armouti Advocates. A Jordanian Licensed Lawyer with over 18 years experience of commercial law practice in Jordan and the region with an extensive experience in WTO, Trade Remedies, Intellectual Property, Anti-Trust, and Corporate regulation.
He obtained his experience from different positions he occupied since the start of his career in both the private and public sectors. He served as a legal counsel in national and multinational law firms and then moved to the public sector and served as the Legal Counsel of the Jordanian
WTO Unit and subsequently as the founder and Director of the National Production Protection; the competent authority in Jordan investigating Anti-Dumping, Anti-Subsidies and Safeguards cases, where he served for 7 years during which he headed the investigations in numerous trade remedy proceedings, and represented the Government of Jordan in dispute resolution negotiations with WTO member countries.
Baha’a spearheaded all aspects of the Office’s development since its inception in 2007. He has represented industrial and trading companies in trade remedy and competition cases in Jordan and the region, and has provided corporate services to national and multinational companies. He also reviewed trade remedy policies and legislations for the Ministry of Commerce and Industry in Saudi Arabia and was involved in drafting legislations for different governmental institutions in Jordan and the region.
Baha’a received his LLB from the University of Jordan, his LLM in commercial law from the University of Aberdeen. He is an advanced lecturer and trainer on WTO, trade remedies and competition law and has numerous publications on these areas of laws.