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Arbitration in Egypt: A Practitioner's Guide

By Ibrahim Shehata
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Overview

About this book:

Arbitration in Egypt is a comprehensive overview of international arbitration in Egypt. Egypt, notably the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (CRCICA), has clearly cemented its status as a preferred seat for arbitration cases in both the Middle East–North Africa (MENA) region and the African continent. To assist parties with a need or desire to arbitrate disputes arising in these regions – whether commercial or investment – this incomparable book, the first in-depth treatment in any language of arbitration practice under Egyptian law, provides a comprehensive description of the features of the arbitration agreement, the arbitral tribunal, the arbitral proceedings and the arbitral awards seated in Egypt.

What’s in this book:

Citing more than 2,500 cases – both awards and arbitral-related court judgments – the book’s various chapters examine in detail how Egypt’s arbitration law, based on the UNCITRAL model law, encompasses such internationally accepted arbitral provisions and aspects as the following:

  • application of the New York Convention;
  • concept of arbitrability;
  • choice of applicable law;
  • formation of the arbitral tribunal;
  • selection, rights, duties, liability, and challenge of arbitrators;
  • arbitral procedures;
  • evidence and experts and burden of proof;
  • form and content of arbitral awards;
  • annulment and enforcement procedures;
  • interaction between Sharia law and arbitration;
  • role of Egypt’s Technical Office for Arbitration (TOA); and
  • judicial fees.

Categorizing and commenting on an exhaustive list of judgments issued in relation to arbitration as well as arbitral awards, the book sheds light on specific considerations pertaining to arbitration in crucial industries in Egypt, such as construction, and sports industries. The author offers practical guidelines tailored to arbitration in these specific areas of law. An added feature is the many figures and other visuals that accompany the text.

How this will help you:

An all-encompassing guide to arbitration in Egypt for arbitrators, in-house counsel and arbitration practitioners, this matchless book gives an up-to-date overview of international arbitration in one of the most commercially relevant jurisdictions in the Middle East. One of its kind, this book helps in proceeding confidently through the maze of rules and doctrines that govern the annulment of arbitral awards seated in Egypt and in familiarizing with the intricacies handling international investment arbitration cases that pertain to the Egyptian jurisdiction.

Publish Date 09/30/2021
Product Line Kluwer Law International
ISBN 9789403512723
SKU 10072062-0001
Table of Contents

About the Author

Foreword

Preface

CHAPTER 1
Introduction to Arbitration in Egypt And the Egyptian Legal Regime

CHAPTER 2
The Arbitration Agreement In Egypt

CHAPTER 3
Arbitrability in Egypt

CHAPTER 4
Egyptian Arbitral Tribunals

CHAPTER 5
Arbitral Procedure in Egypt

CHAPTER 6
The Arbitral Award & Egypt

CHAPTER 7
The Choice Of Applicable Law & Public Policy in Egypt

CHAPTER 8
Arbitral Institutions In Egypt Including CRCICA

CHAPTER 9
Miscellaneous Egyptian Arbitration Issues

CHAPTER 10
Annulment of Egyptian Arbitral Awards

CHAPTER 11
Recognition & Enforcement Of Foreign Arbitral Awards In Egypt

CHAPTER 12
International Investment Arbitration & Egyptian Courts

CHAPTER 13
Post-Award Issues in Egyptian Arbitration

ANNEXES

ANNEX 1
The EAL

ANNEX 2
Joint Committee Report

ANNEX 3
Explanatory Note of The Draft Bill of the EAL

Disclaimer: This title is in pre-production and any names, credits or associations are subject to change. The current table of contents and subject matter is for pre-release sample purposes only.

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