ESLF works in almost all fields of law activities and represents many companies that have a good national and international reputation. ESLF is quite well known in the aviation business field because of the extended aviation experience acquired by Mr. Soliman during his years of service in Egypt Air. In addition to the common areas of practice, ESLF is now devoting a considerable part of the firm capacity to serve the well growing IT business sector.


The firm is engaged in general practice and has extensive experience in international business transactions, major contracts, investment agreements, banking and capital markets transaction, project finance, intellectual property, software protection, industrial property registration, telecommunications and information technology, aviation, tourism, manufacturing, oil and gas, labour, taxation, maritime, corporate, and commercial, insurance and real estate matters.†


  • Corporate
  • Litigation
  • Alternative dispute resolution
  • Intellectual Property Rights protection and licensing
  • Consultancy
  • Real estate
  • Banking and finance
  • Capital markets
  • Employment and social security insurance
  • Contract preparation and review



We advise on some of the world's largest and most complex mergers and acquisitions transactions, equity offerings and share swapping.

Our cross-border expertise and substantial breadth and depth of legal resources in key financial and business centres across the Middle East, Europe and the Americas, offers an unrivalled expertise and ability to deliver M&A transactions at both the local and international level.

ESLF lawyers and consultants are experts at company incorporation, arranging and hosting the general assembly and board of directorsí meetings as well as formulating internal resolutions and by laws.



The litigation team combines market leading local capability in each of our regions with a unique ability to work efficiently with ESLF colleagues across our global network. We have expertise in litigation (including a strong trial capability), international and local arbitration. Our approach emphasises practical understanding of our clients' business problems and we have experience across every segment of the corporate and financial world. We specialise in managing complex cases involving multiple claims and parties. We also work closely with other ESLF practice areas to develop compliance initiatives and other techniques to help our clients reduce litigation risk.


Alternative Dispute Resolution

The firm begins advising the client about the alternative dispute resolution firstly through reconciliation efforts, then mediation and finally, as a last resort, litigation. This is carried out through specialized entities such as the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (CRCICA). Alternatively, these solutions can be carried out through the offices of ESLF who can administer the dispute resolution through a fair and impartial process on an ad hoc basis. In this way, ESLF is careful to limit the exorbitant costs of using other arbitration authorities or entering into litigation cost as well as providing a fast service.


Intellectual Property Rights protection and licensing

Our intellectual property specialists provide a flexible, one-stop service that can manage and protect your critical IP assets globally. The team of dedicated IP legal professionals has the resources and expertise you need to help protect and further your business interests.

Advising on a full range of counselling and dispute resolution matters, including multi-jurisdictional IP litigation and arbitration, regional enforcement programmes and licensing programmes, our IP team is experienced in all the major financial and industrial centres across the Middle East, US and Europe. Local or cross-border, we can help you manage and resolve patents, trademarks, copyrights, designs and trade secret disputes.

Our technical expertise and industry insight ensures we always focus on your commercial goals and objectives. Our industry experience includes financial services, computer hardware and software, computer systems and networks, biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, chemicals, automotive and aerospace, media and entertainment, telecom and consumer electronics.


The firm's practice involves representation of clients in court and administrative proceedings. It has substantial experience in litigation of patents, trademarks, trade secrets and copyrights.



The firm provides its clients with the highest level of consultancy services through its global network of law firms and consultants across the Middle East, Europe and the US.


Contract management and drafting

The team offers efficient contract management and drafting in a manner that the contract is tailor made for the clientís needs and requirements. The lawyers get involved from the stage of drafting, amending ending up with the signature of the contract and then the follow up on the contract implementation with its various clauses and stages.


Real Estate

Acting for the real estate industry's leading players, we advise on the full range of real estate-related transactions.
With an integrated network of leading companies, we have the commitment, resources and know-how to get the deals done, whatever and wherever they are.

Forward thinking and commercial in our approach, with a recognised ability to deliver complex deals, we handle the entire property 'life-cycle' from the initial acquisition, development, leasing, joint venturing and financing through to the final exit.

These services are over and above the firmís commitment to represent the client vis-ŗ-vis governmental and administrative authorities in obtaining the necessary permits and licences while maintaining impartiality in relation to the existing laws and regulations.




In order to provide the abovementioned services ESLF prepares contracts, provides legal consultations and prepares legal studies whether in connection with the issuance of stocks, establishment, reconstruction, sale and merge of corporations; obtaining governmental approvals and licenses, providing tax, labour and social insurance consultations; or representing clients before courts and governmental entities.