Mohamed is an associate with 7+ years of experience in dispute resolution, general corporate matters, aviation, antidumping and TMT.
Mohamed has acquired vast experience in the fields of investment arbitration and commercial arbitration, getting further involved in related litigation matters before the Egyptian courts such as enforcement procedures of the award and nullification claims; with roles that included drafting of statements and pleadings, attending oral hearings and reviewing and commenting on expert reports. He has previously co-lead aviation, anti-dumping and telecommunication practices, and in the process established growing connections within Egyptian governmental authorities such as the Ministry of Aviation, the Civil Aviation Authority, the Ministry of Trade and Industry, the National Telecommunications Regulatory Authority and the Egyptian Competition Authority.
Additionally, Mohamed participated in parliamentary discussions for the draft of the newly issued Egyptian Data Protection Law and provided legal analysis for major telecommunication corporations on the recently enacted Egyptian Media Law and Egyptian Cybercrimes Law.
Mohamed acted as co-counsel on the first BIT claim filed by a major government owned Thai corporation before the Egyptian Administrative Courts, and co-authored an expert report on a major ICSID claim filed by a foreign government owned news corporation against the government of Egypt.
He holds an L.L.B. in Egyptian Law from Cairo University, an L.L.B. in French Law and International Business and European Law from Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne University, and a Master’s degree (equivalent to an L.L.M.) in English and Common Law from Paris 5 René Descartes University. He is licensed to practice before Egyptian courts and is registered at the Egyptian Bar Association. Mohamed speaks Arabic, English and French fluently.
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