Mohamed Hashish has over thirteen (13) years of experience in handling Corporate, M&A, Restructuring, Banking & Finance, Energy & Electricity, TMT, Construction and Public Procurement matters.Hashish is a bilingual Arabic and English lawyer and he has been recognized by Who’s Who Legal and IFLR 1000 as one of the leading lawyer in Egypt for 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2018.According to the latest assessment report of IFLR 1000, which is also accessible online through this hyperlink, Hashish receives very positive feedback from our law firm’s clients such as follows:“Highly proficient individual with solid knowledge of corporate law.”“Mohamed is very responsive, you can always guarantee that he will reply on the spot when you send him an email specially when its urgent. He considers all details in our emails and provides sufficient response and solutions. Mohamed has very good knowledge of the market and always provides us with the latest news of the market and any new laws or regulations that are issued.”
“Mohamed is extremely supportive, pays attention to details and is very helpful. He is in addition very reactive in his answers and always happy to bring support.”Before founding Soliman, Hashish & Partners, Hashish was a Senior Associate at one of the largest law firms in Egypt for eight (8) years, advised over 450 clients on his area of practice including, inter alia, starting up and operation of their business in Egypt.Hashish is also a founder of TELELAWS, www.telelaws.com, which is the first international free-access guide to telecoms, media and IT laws that is originated in Egypt.Due to his active practice and achievements, Hashish was appointed as a Vice-Chair at both the International Financial Products & Services Committee and the Middle East Committee of the International Law Section at the American Bar Association for the ABA terms starting from August 2016 to August 2018.At the educational level, Hashish completed a number of postgraduate courses including, inter alia, an International Trade Law Postgraduate Course at the United Nations’ International Training Centre of the International Labour Organization and University Institute of European Studies under the auspices of University of Turin (Italy), University of Fribourg (Switzerland), Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (Spain), United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) and International Institute for the Unification of Private Law (UNIDROIT).