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The firm's founding Partner, Essam's areas of work include litigation, international arbitration, regulatory work and infrastructure and assisting clients setting up in the UAE and GCC countries. Essam has over thirty years of experience covering almost all fields of law, both private and public law, including matters relating to corporate and commercial law, banking and financial law, real estate and property law, across several industries and sectors.
LLB., Al Ain, 1983. LLM degree, Harvard Law School, USA, 1984. Admitted in 1985, United Arab Emirates. Trained Clifford Chance, London. Started Al Tamimi & Company 1989, Sharjah, UAE.
International Bar Association, ICC Court, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, London Court of International Arbitration, Chairman Dubai International Arbitration Centre.
Essam is the author of a number of leading UAE dispute resolution publications including Arbitration Law in the United Arab Emirates (1997), A Practical Guide to Litigation and Arbitration in the UAE (2003), United Arab Emirates Court of Cassation Judgments 1989-1997 (2003) and United Arab Emirates Court of Cassation Judgments 1998-2003 (2005). He is also the author of The Practitioner's Guide to Arbitration in the Middle East and North Africa (2009) and has written extensively for leading international publications.
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