Arbitration; the various forms of the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR); Litigation; Corporate; Contractual Services/Agreements; Joint Venture Projects; Multinational Enterprises; Construction; Infrastructure; the BOT, BOOT and FIDIC; Real Estate; Oil and Gas; Media; Marketing and Distribution; Intellectual Property; Information Technology (IT)/Telecommunications; Mergers and Acquisitions; Electronic Services and Commerce; Insurance; Labor and Employment.
Mr. Islam is specialized in the banking sector, financial institutions, securities and stock exchange matters particularly all the Banking Operations, Banking Contracts and Buy or Sell of Shares and Bonds as well as all legal actions against debtors and arrears (persons or firms) relevant to inability to pay the installments of loans.
Mr. Islam has worked for many large banks in Egypt, such as Crédit Agricole and for many large companies and law firms in Egypt.
Obtained LL.B. from Cairo University in 1999 and Masters’ degree LL.M. in 2003 from Cairo University in Administrative Law consists of Diploma in Public Law and Diploma in Administrative Law. Under the Egyptian educational system, two diplomas are equivalent to a masters’ degree provided that one of them is in Public Law or Private Law.
In progress, Doctor of Philosophy degree Ph.D. in Public Law from Alexandria University, its subject of Public Private Partnership (P. P. P.).
Egyptian Bar Association;
Arab Lawyers Union;
International Association for Cyber Privacy (Paris)
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