Mr. Tamer Gamal,Partner, joined ZH&P in 2001 with a special focus on Arbitration and Litigation. He is steadily gaining solid experience in handling the different types of dispute resolution matte whereby he is well-versed in the preparation of applications of arbitration, writs of cases, appeals, pleadings, cases of annulment, execution of judgments and arbitral awards. His arbitral practice focuses on the sectors of telecommunications, building & construction, and banking. He has also accumulated legal and practical experience in the execution of foreign arbitral awards and court judgments in Egypt.
With over 23 years of experience, selected examples of the matters he has taken part in include:
- Representing El Nasr Electrical and Electronic Apparatus Company (NEEASAE) in challenging the Court judgment in favor of the National Investment Bank’s claim that NEEASAE failed to repay an EGP 96,121,577 loan. (In progress)
- Attending the Economic Committee’s sessions at the Egyptian Parliament to discuss the amendments suggested by the Egyptian Competition Authority and the Government to the Law and suggesting amendments to the draft law and its effects on the TMT industry. (2021)
- Advising Khazna on the appropriate legal structure related to the services of salary advance in Egypt and other Micro Finance/Nano Finance Consumer Finance Licenses. (2021)
- Advising Orcas and drafting the terms and conditions for tutors and users. (2021)
- Representing mega construction companies in a multi-million US Dollars arbitration dispute - 2014 / 2017
- Participating in and representing a mega telecommunications company in a multi-million US Dollars multilateral arbitration dispute as well as partaking in the consequential litigation procedures - 2014 / 2016
- Representing several major investment banks in complicated court disputes before Egyptian courts
The LEGAL 500 recommended Mr. Gamal in the Telecommunications, Media, and Technology practice in 2021
Mr. Gamal is member of the Egyptian Bar Association and was admitted to the Egyptian Court of cassation in 2016. He is proficient in Arabic and English
He achieved the LL.B. in 1997 and a Diploma in Private Law in 2001 – both from Ain Shams University, Egypt.