One of the fastest-growing arbitration law departments in the MENA Region.
Shehata & Partners launched its arbitration department a few years ago and has since been growing at a thrilling pace.
What We Offer
Due to our high-quality service which is key in arbitration cases, we have garnered one of the highest client satisfaction rates in the market. This has helped us grow steadily and extend our arbitration services across the MENA region.
What Sets Us Apart
Our young, vibrant team is armed with a diverse academic background and scope of knowledge of the MENA arbitration laws and rules that enables us to be distinguished in the market. This is why we are able to navigate the subtle differences across the MENA jurisdictions to help our clients achieve continuous success.
- Successfully representing one of the leading engineering consultation firms in the country against a giant construction entity in Egypt. This CRCICA arbitration case concerned some sensitive contractual issues concerning the calculation of damages under the Egyptian law.
- Successfully representing a real estate developer in securing a USD 100 million jurisdictional win against an administrative authority.
- Representing Europe 2000 in successfully annulling its CRCICA award against an Egyptian administrative authority: When Europe 2000 were unable to collect their dues from the Cairo Cleaning and Beautification Authority in their CRCICA arbitration, we were successful in setting a precedent before the Egyptian Highest Courts, making this the first time in the Egyptian Court of Cassation that any arbitral award was annulled on the ground of partiality of one of the arbitrators, and the second time that a CRCICA arbitral award got fully annulled.View Case Study
- Successfully representing a coffee importing company against the enforcement of an LCIA award: For the first time in a decade, interest rates ordered by an international arbitral tribunal were reduced by the Egyptian Court of Cassation when we reached a favorable decision for our client in this USD 20 million arbitral award. We were able to avoid excessive compound interest rates that were ordered by the arbitral tribunal.