Mohamed El Hawawy Joint Managing Partner, Dubai
Mohamed El Hawawy and Alastair Holland interview featured in Maritime Standard UAE Yearbook 2022/23
In a recent interview with The Maritime Standard, Joint Managing Partners Mohamed El Hawawy and Alastair Holland discuss what has been keeping our Dubai team busy over the last year and the diversity of our workload, ranging from some of the region’s largest casualty matters to advising governmental entities regarding their rules and regulations.
They also discuss new innovations that the global team has introduced, which has broadened our offering to encompass more than just legal advice, as well as our plans to expand in the region and enter new markets.
To read the full article in the The Maritime Standard UAE Yearbook 2022/2023 edition, read more here (on page 88).
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