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Shalakany Acts for Wings in Nile Cruises Joint Venture
Shalakany is delighted to announce that they have acted as lead counsel for the Wings Group (one of the most prominent Egyptian hotels and tourism players and a longstanding client of the firm) in its joint venture with one of the leading luxury international river cruise operators AMAWaterways. The joint venture envisages investing in luxury cruise ships and operating Nile cruises with the aim of becoming a leading player in the Egyptian cruise industry. 

Moataz El Mahdy, head of the Hotels and Tourism practice of the Firm, remarked: “We are very pleased to announce this joint venture. This partnership will surely help to enhance and enrich river cruising activities and services in Egypt.”

Omar Sherif, the lead partner on the transaction, said: “We are proud to have assisted Wings in a way that will make use of the relatively untapped market of river cruising.
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Shalakany Secures a Positive Global Settlement for a Leading Multinational Jewelry Company
August 25, 2021
Shalakany Secures a Positive Global Settlement for a Leading Multinational Jewelry Company

Shalakany is pleased to announce that it has successfully represented its client, a leading, multinational jewelry company, before the General Authority for Investment and Free Zones (‘GAFI’) and before the Egyptian Judiciary. The client’s dispute with the counterparty arose from an unincorporated joint venture in Egypt. Shalakany’s consecutive wins before GAFI’s Inspection and Petitions’ Committees […]

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Shalakany Successfully Represents a Top Hospitality Company Before the Court of Appeal
July 14, 2021
Shalakany Successfully Represents a Top Hospitality Company Before the Court of Appeal

Shalakany is pleased to announce that it has successfully defended its client, a top hospitality company in a nullity action of an arbitral award before the Cairo Court of Appeal. Shalakany had previously secured its client a favorable arbitral award from a CRCICA tribunal. The opposing party challenged the validity of the arbitral award before […]

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