Ibrahim Shehata has finalized his first book “Arbitration in Egypt: A Practitioner’s Guide” with Kluwer Law International
Our Partner, Ibrahim Shehata, has finalized his first book with Kluwer Law International: “Arbitration in Egypt: A Practitioner’s Guide.”
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.
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