During his 14 years in the Egyptian Ministry of Justice, Mohamed contributed to the establishment of Egypt’s Economic Court & served as an Assistant Public Prosecutor, as well as a Chief Judge in the Commercial Circuit. Subsequently, his unique, in depth expertise of the criminal court system gives him an edge as Alliance’s Head of Litigation across a diversity of areas, including civil, business, commercial, administrative, labor & tax disputes, in addition to white collar, bankruptcy & money laundering cases.
Mohamed’s doctorate on minority shareholder rights catapulted him to represent one of the Egyptian steel industry’s most high-profile businessmen, in a capital market dispute worth LE 6 billion. He triumphantly negotiated a settlement, with all charges dismissed, earning him recognition as one of the country’s top corporate litigators.
Mohamed went on to represent Egyptian white cement producers, challenging a resolution rendered by the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, which resulted in Egypt’s exemption from a safeguard action imposed by the kingdom on all cement imports.
Receiving Graduate Diplomas in civil law & criminal law from Cairo University, where he also did a PhD in Capital Markets, Mohamed later attended the University of Indiana, obtaining a Masters in International Trade Law.