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Badawy Law Office is an Egyptian practice established in 2006 by Mr. Ossama Badawy.

The Office was instructed as counsel by private investors and corporations to either prosecute, defend or provide advice on score of large-value complex arbitral or judicial disputes in most industries, with an emphasis on investments, construction, project finance, power generation, oil and gas, and corporate disputes. Our extensive expertise in handling the arbitral and judicial disputes makes our services in the corporate and commercial matters sprout from down-to-earth people who devote themselves to provide the clients with protection and peace of minde through the day-to-day local legal activities and contract services, while the clients’ management focuses on short and long-term sustainability and growth.


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    We offer a Broad Range

    Areas of Practice

    Legal Representation in Arbitration Cases

    Arbitration Section

    The office represents its clients in arbitral disputes spanning the economic spectrum under various rules such as CRCICA, UNCITRAL and the ICC Rules and in diverse fields including investments, construction, project finance, power generation, oil and gas, telecom, and corporate disputes.

    Legal Representation in Litigation Cases

    Litigation Section

    The last few years have seen a substantial expansion in the Firm’s Litigation Department, which handles an average of 800 cases a year before all levels of Egyptian courts.

    Legal Representation in Tax Cases

    Tax Section

    Over the years, the Firm has acquired a great deal of practical experience in the area of taxation, helping clients to benefit from legally available tax planning opportunities to minimize their tax exposure under the applicable law and double taxation agreements.

    Legal Representation in Corporate Commercial Agency & Distribution Cases

    A pioneer in the field of corporate and commercial practice in Egypt, the Firm presents its clients with a wide range of legal services, ranging from participating in and advising on pre-contract negotiations, drafting and reviewing joint venture agreements and agreements for commercial agency distribution and franchises, advising on documents for establishing companies, branches, subsidiaries or international corporate structures, to giving corporate advice on day to day matters, attending Board and Shareholders meetings and obtaining and registering official authorizations and licenses.

    Legal Representation in Labor & Employment Law Cases

    The Firm’s Labor Law team has extensive experience in the field of labor-management relations and is dedicated to helping its clients become more proactive in all related matters to prevent legal issues before they arise. The Firm advises its clients on contracts of employment in addition to handling the negotiation, drafting and termination of employment contracts, policies, employee benefit plans and compensation.

    Legal Representation in Anti-Dumping & Trade Disputes Cases

    As part of its extensive experience in advising its clients on the legal aspects of trade and investment, the Firm has established a specialized team handling anti-dumping, subsidies, safeguards and other procedures and disputes governed by the Anti-dumping Law 161 of 1998.

    Legal Representation in Intellectual & Industrial Property Cases

    Intellectual Property (IP) is a crucial business asset in most business sectors, particularly in the fields of industrial technology, media, entertainment, retail, communications and technology. The Firm has developed considerable expertise in the field of intellectual property as well as a good working relationship with government agencies and legislative and judicial authorities in charge of protection and enforcement of Intellectual Property Rights.

    ISO 9001 Certified


    Certification of your quality management system demonstrates your commitment to consistency, continual improvement and customer satisfaction. These are tangible business benefits that play an important part in building a sustainable business performance.

    The ISO 9001 standard provides specific requirements for a quality management system that will enhance your ability to consistently deliver products and services that meet customer – as well as statutory and regulatory requirements.

    ISO 27001 Certified


    ISO/IEC 27001 Information Security Management System certificate demonstrates your commitment to proactively manage and protect your information and assets and ensure compliance with legal requirements.

    The ISO/IEC 27001 standard adopts a process approach for establishing, implementing, operating, monitoring, reviewing, maintaining, and improving an organization’s information security management system.

    Best Practices Approach


    The office is keen on keeping the clients acquainted with all service levels and fees incurred. Although, the office used to take the initiative to undertake all cost saving efforts on behalf of the clients, it is tolerant of the clients’ discussion with regard to the services provided or the fees incurred.

    Frequently Asked Questions


    What does it mean to receive legal advice?

    Legal advice is feedback from an attorney based on both experience and training. Lawyers have a detailed knowledge of the law and their advice comes from years of schooling and learning about various components of the law. Legal advice also applies to the specific laws that are related to your issue or questions.

    How much does it cost to hire a lawyer?

    There is no standard fee that applies to all situations. Some lawyers charge clients per hour while others demand a flat fee. There are also lawyers who work on contingency, meaning they do not get paid until you win your case. This is typically a practice of personal injury lawyers. However, the longer a dispute lasts, the more you are likely to pay in attorney fees.

    What else to lawyers charge for?

    Lawyers may charge additional amounts to their billable hours. These fees can apply to court filing fees, travel expenses, cost of investigators, paralegal hours, and the hiring of experts. There could even be charges for postage and various types of paperwork.


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