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Monthly Archives: October 2019

CRCICA Regional Partner of the 7th AIAF Congress staged in Africa for the first time – Cairo 2019

7th AIAF Congress on FIFA Regulations on Transfers and Agents: What’s New? What’s Next? Broadcasting Rights in Football: International & Regional Perspectives CRCICA was the Regional Partner of the 7th AIAF Congress organized for the first time in Africa on 23-24 October 2019, in Cairo. The International Association of Football …

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Seminar on: Unilateral Termination by the Government of its Contracts and the Consequences on International Arbitration

On 2 October 2019, the CIArb Egypt Branch organized jointly with CRCICA a seminar titled “Unilateral Termination by the Government of its Contracts and the Consequences on International Arbitration – With a reference to the Prime Minister’s decree No. 1062 / 2019, establishing the Supreme Committee for Studying and Opining …

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OECD SCZone Supporting the Development of the SCZone, Phase II: Technical Meeting on Investment and Infrastructure Governance

On 17 October 2019, Dr. Selim was invited by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) to represent CRCICA at the Technical Meeting on Investment and Infrastructure Governance. The meeting was organized by OECD and the Suez Canal Economic Zone, as phase II of the EU-OECD project; supporting the …

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CRCICA Attends the UNCITRAL WGIII (Investor-State Dispute Settlement Reform)

Ms. Rabab Yasseen, Member of the CRCICA Advisory Committee and Partner at Mentha Avocats in Geneva, has attended the UNCITRAL Working Group III session in Vienna, which took place 14-18 October 2019, attended by some 54 member States, 40 observer States and 67 observer organizations. At the outset of the …

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Alexandria University Vis Internal Moot

On 15 October 2019, CRCICA hosted the Alexandria University Vis Internal Moot on 15 October 2019. The Internal Moot aims to prepare for the Shalakany Arbitration Moot (SAM), being the national rounds for the annual Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot. Students pleaded their cases before four panels (3 …

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