Name: Ashraf El Motei
Firm Name: Motei & Associates
Country: United Arab Emirates
Expertise: Dispute Resolution

Telephone: (+971) 4 435 5959
Fax: (+971) 4 435 5858

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Professional Biography:

Ashraf El Motei is our exclusively recommended Dispute Resolution expert in the United Arab Emirates on the Advisory Excellence website. If you need assistance in this area, please contact Ashraf directly using the contact details listed above.

Ashraf is the founder of Motei & Associates.

He began his career as a Public Prosecutor in Cairo, Egypt in 1990. Two years later, he commenced his private practice as an Associate with Baker & McKenzie – Cairo, Los Angeles and Dallas offices. In 1997, he moved to Dubai to act as in-house Counsel for Majid Al Futtaim, one of the leading drivers of economic growth in the Middle East and North Africa.

Two years later, he was appointed as Regional Counsel by the Swiss multinational, Nestlé S.A. In 2002, Motei & Associates was born.

Ashraf leads the dispute resolution practice at M&A. He advises clients on complex civil, commercial and corporate litigation including contracts disputes, joint ventures, shareholders disputes, business crimes, construction, professional negligence, agency and employment disputes. Ashraf has over two decades recognised expertise in real estate disputes and has represented buyers in over numerous cases including sale and purchase disputes, delayed handover, discrepancy in saleable area, cancelled projects, landlord and tenant disputes.

Ashraf has also a recognised expertise in international arbitration.

He has represented clients in numerous arbitration cases under the rules of the International Chamber of Commerce, The London Court of International Arbitration, Dubai International Financial Centre, and Dubai International Arbitration Centre.

He advises on all aspects of the arbitral process throughout the enforcement procedures of arbitral awards, either local or worldwide. He has also served as arbitrator and co-arbitrator in numerous proceedings institutional and Ad hoc cases.