Abdelazim Mohamed Hamad is a Senior Associate in the Litigation practice in Kuwait.
Abdelazim is an experienced lawyer specializing in litigation. He is able to draft and provide legal consultancy in Arabic and provide legal advice for local & foreign clients on Banking, Corporate, Finance, Intellectual Property, Labor disputes and Arbitration. In his work, he will draft and review legal documents, agreements and contracts in Arabic, including but not limited to; setting up of new companies and drafting its Articles of Association, providing Letters of Intent, registering Patents and protection of intellectual rights, as well as being able to analyse the nature and structure of matters to issue a legal opinion.
Recently, Abdelazim worked for a large local Kuwaiti bank as in-house counsel for 8 years. He has advised foreign workers on newly drafted Labor laws for private sectors and is able to provide extensive advice on labor related matters.
- Canceled a judgment of bankruptcy issued by court against Safir International Hotel Management and proved our arguments successfully before the Court of Appeal.
- Gained a court judgment to transfer full shares of Sahil Al Masela company to Al Khaleej Investment company by virtue of customary documents. Such kind of judgment is the first one passed by Kuwait court after amendment of the companies law.
- Defended O&G company in a compensation claim at amount of KD 101,999,000.00 (KD One Hundred and One Million, Nine Hundred Ninety Nine Thousand) filed by Samcrete company for losses arising from cancelation of agreement to enter into a tender. The court was convinced of our defense and issued its judgment in favor of O&G
- Represented MBC before Kuwait Court to register the trademark of Shahed.net in Kuwait where the Ministry of Commerce had refused the trademark registration in Kuwait, however, Shahed.net was registered by virtue of the court judgment.
- Gained a compensation claim at amount of USD 1,027,000.00 (USD One Million, Twenty Seven Thousand) for losses and profit lost resulting from losing a parcel for an international tender in the State of Somalia because of failure caused by the air freight company DHL
1994 –B.A. in Law, Zaqaziq University
1994 – Egyptian Bar Association