Mohammed El-Dakamawy

Mohammed El-Dakamawy

Associate

+971 4 4228410

mohamed@mahmoodhussain.net

BAY SQUARE BUILDING 12, OFFICE 303-305, BUSINESS BAY, DUBAI, P.O. Box 233066, Dubai, UAE.

Areas of Practice

  • Corporate Structuring
  • Media
  • Technology
  • Intellectual Property

Education

  • LL.B. from Cairo University, 2016

Languages

  • Arabic
  • English

Summary Profile

Mohammed is an associate of the Corporate department; and a rising specialist of the Corporate Structuring department at Mahmood Hussain Advocates and Legal Consultancy (MHLF). As a graduate of Cairo University’s Faculty of Law,

English Legal Studies Department, Class of 2016; he is the youngest member of the MHLF family. Despite his young age, Mohammed has racked up quite an experience in the field of law during his past few years. Despite being a newcomer to the UAE, Mohammed has exercised his quick learning, extraordinary effort, and his perseverance to firmly grasp the Emirati legal system.  His desire for a career in the corporate field is fueled by his drive to work in the hardcore, everchanging corporate environment, and his will to function in a high-risk / high-reward area of business. Mohammed has proven himself as a fully-fledged, multitier attorney at MHLF; and has proven to his team and to the clients he handles that age is just a number!

Mahmood Hussain Advocates and Legal Consultancy (MHLF), has boosted its corporate portfolio with Mohammed’s presence as an Associate.

Experience

With a few years of legal experience; and a handful more in other areas of employment, Mohammed has plentiful knowledge and understanding. Be it digital media, corporates, aviation, maritime transport, media productions, or heavy-machinery/equipment; his practical knowledge is vast; and it is continuously growing! Combined with his legal know-how, he can work his way around any technical subject’s legal conundrum.

Focus Area

Mohammed’s diverse expertise spans a broad range of corporate matters including labor, capital markets, corporate structuring and restructuring, telecommunications, media and technology.