Keystone Law has today announced that it has boosted its Technology, Media and Telecoms capabilities with the appointment of Khaled Shivji as Partner.

Khaled is a highly accomplished corporate, commercial, technology lawyer who specialises in ICT, digital renewables and regulatory compliance connected with ICT regulations, AML, Anti-Bribery and data protection. He has led and supported transformation programmes involving stakeholders and vendors with many household name tech giants.

Khaled possesses extensive experience drafting agreements supporting the adoption and monetisation of technologies such as AI, big data, IoT, digital renewables, XaaS (SaaS, IaaS, PaaS), FinTech/RegTech and Legal Tech.

He also helps clients in the renewables, power and digital energy industries – advising clients how to purchase solar power, integrate digital mobility, power purchase agreements, HV/LV power transmission agreements, operations & maintenance agreements and warranty agreements.

Prior to joining Keystone Law Middle East, Khaled held general counsel positions at the following companies, BT, du, Aggreko and Moro Hub (a subsidiary of DEWA). He was recognised by the Legal 500 2019 GC Powerlist: Middle East Teams; and also by The Oath Middle East as leading GC 2017 & 2018.

Keystone Law Middle East COO, Saleem Khokhar, commented:

“The appointment of Khaled significantly strengthens our Technology capabilities across the region and we are delighted to welcome him to the firm.”