As the logistics industry continues to thrive, and with mobility being a key pillar of Expo 2020, our latest edition of Law Update looks at the Transport and Logistics sector. An area that is integral to the business and consumer supply chain because it impacts all aspects of the products and services we consume.
From expert commentary to great insights, this edition of Law Update is brimming with an interesting mix of articles ranging from maritime, aviation, insurance, and other industry insights that you don’t want to miss.
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Awad EL Karim has over 30 years of experience in practicing the legal profession, litigating before the courts, providing legal advice and drafting contracts. Awad has extensive experience in commercial, civil, insurance and labor cases as per Omani laws, particular in banking cases related to loans, letters of guarantee, documentary credits, mortgages or forgery, transfers, and marketing of insurance types, and cases related to finance, insurance and private commercial companies that engage in contracting, trade or industry, and disputes of maritime and intellectual property, and the individuals case.
Awad EL Karim has worked with the most Omani banks and their Islamic windows such as Bank Muscat, OAB, HSBC, NBO and its branches in Abu Dhabi and Dubai and Alizz Islamic bank, and he worked with the financing companies such as the United Finance company and National Finance company, and also he worked with the insurance companies such as New Indian company, Ahlia, and Oman United.
He also represented the Diwan of the Royal Court in several cases related to the construction contract of the Shumukh Palace and others palaces.
1990 – Certification for completion of Law profession exam (Bar Examination), Ministry of Justice – Sudan
1989 – Bachelor of Law Degree, University of Al Mansoura
2009 – Omani Bar Admission Committee
1991 – Sudanese Lawyers Committee