Transportation & Infrastructure

Investment in infrastructure around the globe continues to increase year over year, especially in emerging markets. Bremer works with clients to seize investment and procurement opportunities in these markets, helping them expand their operations and grow their businesses.

Transportation, telecommunications and IT infrastructure investment is critical to the operation of the global economy. Improved roads, high-speed rail networks, cleaner aircrafts, and expanded ports and larger ships are in demand.

Bremer works with clients who are actively involved in transportation and infrastructure as well as those seeking entry into the market. Our experienced attorneys assist clients with the commercial, regulatory, operational and legal challenges that they may face in this complex global industry.

The transportation space is regulated by various governing bodies. The rules of play are different from one jurisdiction to the next, and from one mode of transport to another. Our clients often experience a host of hurdles that stand in their way of market entry and investment, such as local and regional laws, economic barriers to entry, and safety regulations.

Bremer has experience working with corporate entities with a multinational, cross-border presence. In fact, the firm also maintains presence in key emerging markets to better assist our clients in the transportation and infrastructure sectors. Our attorneys provide guidance on regulatory compliance and provide strategic advice on how to overcome critical challenges that affect business operations.  

In addition, we recognize that various transportation authorities are also seeking new ways to maintain and invest in new infrastructure to accommodate growing economies and populations. Public procurement plays a vital role in the process of revitalizing key infrastructure. Clients who are seeking public contracts rely on Bremer’s multidiscimplined experience in both public procurement and transportation to provide guidance on all aspects of the procurement process.


Moroccan Merger Guidelines

In a landmark development, the Moroccan Competition Council has recently published updated merger control guidelines, offering much-needed clarity on notification obligations under Moroccan merger rules.


Strategic Locations

Bremer maintains offices throughout the Near and Middle East and Africa, positioning clients for success in the region.


21 Soliman Abaza
GIC Tower 3rd Floor
El-Dokki, 12311 Giza
Cairo, Egypt


Amenity Center
Ras Al Khaimah
United Arab Emirates

Saudi Arabia

4461 Al Hamdi
Ar Rabwah
Riyadh 12816
Saudi Arabia


Sahab Tower
Level 18
Mohammad Thunayan Al-Ghanim Street
Kuwait City, Kuwait


Nymphenburger Str. 190
D-80636 Munich


Nymphenburger Str. 190
D-80636 Munich