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Amna Al Jallaf, Al Jallaf Advocates’ Managing Partner, participated as a member ‎of the “360 Degrees of Key Aviation Cases” legal panel during the 1st Hague CAA ‎Conference, where she ‎spoke about resolving aviation disputes in the United Arab ‎Emirates and the region and ‎discussed the current challenges and ‎recommendations in that area of the law.‎ The Hague Court of Arbitration for Aviation Conference brought together and ‎connected over 100 aviation industry experts and dispute-resolution specialists ‎from around the world. ‎ The Hague CAA Conference is a full day event and delves into the nuances of ‎‎contractual dispute resolution across ‎the vast global aviation industry, with a ‎‎particular focus on the evolution of arbitration and mediation in such ‎context as ‎‎embodied by The Hague CAA. This unique assembly of aviation legal minds from ‎‎various ‎sectors within the global aviation industry from around the world – ‎‎private practice, in-house, government and ‎academia – will make for an exciting ‎‎full day of enlightening discussions, engaging debates, and pioneering insight. It ‎‎marks a notable milestone in the global aviation legal community. ‎


Ihab is an Italian attorney-at-law and expert in the aviation sector. He has been engaged in commercial and regulatory law practice for many years, with a focus on aviation. He has an extensive experience in high-profile litigation, aircraft financing and leasing, aviation regulation, aircraft accident investigations and policy & business aviation issues. During his career, he has been actively involved in a full range of legal matters arising in the aviation industry, including drafting aviation legislations, participating in major Privatization and Public–Private Partnership projects, delivering regulatory consultations & proceedings, handling general aviation and commercial issues including sale, purchase and lease of aircraft transactions, aircraft & air navigation services’ insurance and reinsurance, and other environment, security & safety issues. Ihab has addressed numerous conferences on aviation law and aircraft financing & leasing in the Middle East, Europe and Canada, and published on a variety of issues, including commercial aviation developments, environmental regulation impacting the aviation sector and the Cape Town Convention and its Aircraft Protocol. He is a member of ICAO’s Commission of Experts of the Supervisory Authority of the International Registry (CESAIR) for the purposes of the Cape Town Convention (CTC) and the Aircraft Protocol.