Nabil’s practice focuses on competition and financial services litigation.
Nabil trained at Hausfeld, which included a six-month placement in the area of trade finance and banking litigation. Since qualifying, Nabil has also worked at Sullivan & Worcester UK LLP. Previously, he conducted internships in arbitration and corporate law in the United Arab Emirates. At Hausfeld, he has developed an expertise in managing competition damages actions as a result of competition infringements, notably cartels.
Nabil has acted for claimants in a number of multi-million High Court actions in relation to complex financial services disputes, and damages claims arising out of anticompetitive behaviour. Most notably, Nabil played a key role in the Hausfeld legal team representing a group of manufactures in a pan-European damages claim against Europe’s top four producers of flexible polyurethane foam.
- Nabil was part of the team that represented a group of manufacturers in a pan-European damages claim against Europe’s top four producers of flexible polyurethane foam.
- Nabil was a lead associate representing Deutsche Bank in its widely reported letters of credit dispute against a large Malaysian bank.*
*Gained at another firm.
Legal Practice Course, Distinction, BPP University
Master of Research, Distinction, Birkbeck College
2.1, London Metropolitan University
Solicitor, England and Wales
Nabil has co-authored articles on private enforcement of competition law. He regularly contributes to the Hauseld blog 'Perspectives' which can be found in the respective section below.