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Mohamed  Abdelrehiem, Senior Associate

Mohamed  Abdelrehiem

Senior Associate

Languages

Arabic and English

Practice areas

  • Commercial litigation
  • Litigation and dispute management

Practice notes

Mohamed is a senior associate in our litigation and dispute management group. Mohamed has a strong litigation experience in handling a broad range of commercial, civil, construction, banking and criminal disputes before various UAE courts. Before joining Eversheds-Sutherland, Mohamed used to work in various international law firms

Mohamed has over seven years of experience in representing clients in international arbitrations in the Middle East region, Europe, and the USA.

In pervious roles, Mohamed acted as a counsel and an advocate in international commercial and construction arbitration proceedings under a variety of governing laws and institutional/ad hoc rules. Mohamed represented many international financial institutions in court disputes arising out of banking facility agreements, investment banking agreements, automobile leasing/mortgage, home loan finance and general personal/corporate loans agreements and criminal disputes arising out of fraudulent transfer, redirection fraud cases, forgery of bank's documents and internal fraudulent schemes and bribery of employees.

Mohamed also advices many institutions, banks and various corporations on the enforcement proceedings of arbitral awards/foreign judgments before the UAE courts. Mohamed also has extensive experience when it comes to advising banks and financial institutions in relation to adherence to UAE courts/ Central bank summary proceedings decisions (i.e. provisional attachment and/or freezing of bank accounts in favour of third party creditor)

Mohamed obtained his Bachelor’s degree from Ain-Shams University Egypt, admitted before the Egyptian bar association and has a professional certificate in legal and UN translation from The American University Egypt. He is fluent in both Arabic and English language.