Ashraf Feshawi > Sultan Al-Abdulla & Partners > Doha, Qatar > Lawyer Profile

Sultan Al-Abdulla & Partners
LEVEL 16, THE Y TOWER
MARINA STREET 305, LUSAIL CITY
P.O. BOX 20464
Qatar
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Work Department

Litigation

Position

Partner

Career

Ashraf started his legal career with a major litigation law firm in Egypt and went on to establish his private practice where he manages the firm.

His practice involved reviewing cases, preparing legal briefs and memoranda and submitting written and oral arguments before commercial, civil, criminal and Sharia courts in Egypt.

His practice with the Firm focuses on litigation and arbitration matters. Ashraf appears before the courts in Qatar and prepares and reviews pleadings, legal briefs, memoranda and written reports and statements. He also advises in relation to litigation strategy and represents clients in settlement negotiations and mediation of disputes.

Ashraf is a member of the Egyptian Bar Association.

Languages

English and Arabic

Education

LLB degree from Cairo University

LLM degree from Al-Munofia University

Lawyer Rankings

Qatar > Projects, real estate and construction

Sultan Al-Abdulla & Partners handles a wide variety of matters associated with projects in the energy and infrastructure arena, including project development and financing, corporate transactions and general advisory work, as well as litigation and arbitration. William Cattan‘s experience includes project development and finance, while Salman Mahmood handles public tenders and dispute management. Also of note is Ashraf Feshawi, who focuses on litigation and arbitration.

Qatar > Dispute resolution

Sultan Al-Abdulla & Partners has a first-rate reputation for dispute resolution, with its team being equally skilled at representing clients in litigation and arbitration. On the litigation side, the group is notably strong in cases relating to infrastructure, projects and construction. It also excels in enforcing foreign judgments. Ashraf Feshawi is the head of litigation. Thomas Williams heads up the arbitration practice, which handles complex commercial disputes across the energy, oil and gas and banking sectors. Sultan Al-Abdulla remains a key contact.