I have started my legal practice since my graduation from University of Khartoum in 2002. My practice has been strengthened by the frequent employment as in house counsel for different major companies. My practice is concentrated in the areas of corporate law, civil and criminal litigation, Intellectual Property, Food industry, international business transactions, and agribusiness and infrastructure projects. I have started out as a transactional and dispute resolution lawyer but now specialise in advisory work and procurement strategies for Projects, Construction, Engineering and mining sectors. I have been working closely with several leading developers, mine owners, contractors and consultant engineers including assisting them with risk management strategies and bespoke training programmes. I regularly advise on all the main standard forms of contract used in the construction industry and I am currently dealing with cases involving FIDIC, NEC, EPC and EPCM contracts. My dispute resolution work includes mediation, adjudication, arbitration and litigation.
Mohamed has experience in the following areas:
Commercial, Commercial (general), construction and infrastructure, Construction and infrastructure, Real estate
Mohamed has previously helped clients in the following industries:
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