- Position: Legal Director - Head of Dispute Resolution
- Experience: 14 Years
- Location: Dubai
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: +971506266287
Personal Experience & Biography
Zeyad is a licensed legal counselor with 14 years of post-qualification experience. He currently acts as legal director and head of dispute resolution at Mohammed Allinjawi Advocates & Legal Consultants’ Dubai offices.
Areas of experience: Arbitration Law, Commercial Law, Civil Law, Civil and Tortuous Liabilities, Corporate Law, Contract Law, Maritime Law, Construction Law, Banking Laws, Capital Markets Laws, and Hospitality.
Education and professional qualifications
- Ph. D Researcher (Doctor of Philosophy)
Areas of research and interests: Private International Law, Conflict of Laws, Conflict of Jurisdictions, and International Arbitration.
Dissertation: “Impacts of the Seat of Arbitration on the Arbitral Process”.
Institution: College of Arts and Law, University of Birmingham, UK.
- Master of Laws (LL.M) – 2012
Area of study: International & Comparative Laws with special emphasis on International Comparative Business Law.
Thesis Subject: “Unlawful Monopolistic Practices in Egyptian and American Competition Laws – A Comparative Study-‘’.
Institution: Robert H. McKinney School of Law, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis.
- Master of Laws (LL.M) in 2010
- Post Graduate Higher Education Diploma in International Trade Law in May 2009 Graduation Thesis: “Arbitration Agreements in International Joint Ventures“.
- Post Graduate Higher Education Diploma in Private Law in May 2010 Graduation Thesis: “Enforcement of International Arbitration Awards in Egypt”
- Institution: Faculty of Law, Ain Shams University
- Bachelor of Laws (LL.B) in 2008 Institution: Faculty of Law, English Language Section, Mansoura University – May 2008
- Member of the Egyptian Bar Association since 2009
- Registered Legal Counselor at Dubai Ruler’s Court
– “Sales of Bunkers Agreements – UAE Legal Protections”. Emirates Law issue No.1, published by Lexis Nexus Middle East and the Government of Dubai.
– ”Evaluating ‘clause’ curbing staff to work for a competitor”. The Intelligent SME, on August 1st, 2014.