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Rasheed Kamel and Mohamed Kamel are key names in the practice at Al Kamel Law Office, which acts for clients such as Bloomberg and Telecom Egypt. Intellectual property expert Sayed Ammar advised TA Telecom on telecoms service agreements.

Clients are ‘extremely satisfied with the level of service’ from Helmy, Hamza & Partners (BakerMcKenzie), which acts for Egypt’s largest telecoms companies. Senior associate Mohamed El Far successfully represented Google in a competition law case that carried a potential fine of EGP300m.

Shalakany Law Office works with The Ministry of Communications and Information Technology to draft and review laws for Egypt’s telecoms industry. Sharif Shihata worked alongside Hogan Lovells International LLP to advise major international operators on local regulations. Shereen Zaky and Khaled Sherif are also recommended.

Zaki Hashem & Partners, Attorneys at Law has a strong track record of negotiating first-of-kind contracts in the telecoms sector. ‘We have seen consistency of performance over many years and the most remarkable thing is the firm’s wide spectrum of knowledge’, says one client. Managing partner Yasser Hashem advised Global Peering Exchange on obtaining Egypt’s first data centre licence based on a ring redundancy dark fibre cable model.

At Ibrachy & Partners, managing partner Ashraf Elibrachy advised Orascom on the sale of its shares in the Egyptian Company for Mobile Services. ‘Expert in telecoms’ Ehab Taha is a recent hire, having joined from Nour & Selim in association with Al Tamimi & Company.

Amir Marghany at Marghany Advocates is acting for clients in bids for new mobile licences in Egypt. The firm also advised Egypt’s first telemedicine provider on the local launch of its new product. Other work included assisting Link Egypt with meal ordering and ticket applications for Saudi Airlines.

Zulficar & Partners Law Firm shows ‘absolute client commitment’. The firm regularly advises Egyptian Company for Mobile Services, now part of Orange, on corporate matters and disputes. Ashraf Ihab is recommended.

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