CRCICA was featured at the 2021 Volume of the Yearbook Commercial Arbitration, collected and published by the International Council for Commercial Arbitration (ICCA) and featured online on KluwerArbitration database.
The largest Yearbook ever made by the ICCA, this volume featured 20 unpublished arbitral awards, amongst them, originating from CRCICA, whose contribution was invited, and 100 court decisions applying the 1958 New York Convention and 1965 Washington (ICSID) Convention.
Anonymized, CRCICA’s arbitral awards, referred to by the ICCA as “four major awards rendered by tribunals under the rules of the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (CRCICA)” concerned notably, contracts for the supply of commodities and “dealt with a variety of notorious issues in international arbitration”, in ICCA’s own words, “namely the effect of parallel arbitration proceedings, the application of arbitration agreements to nonsignatory parties, res judicata, corruption and force majeure.”
The “Editor’s Choice”, from Prof. Dr. Stephan Schill further referred to “a selection of major CRCICA awards … dealing with a variety of notorious issues in international arbitral practice” in the very first paragraph of its address.
This recognition of CRCICA through its awards is not the first, as the International Journal of Arab Arbitration has previously published numerous of its Arabic language awards.
The Editor’s Choice can be found by clicking here: https://www.arbitration-icca.org/editors-choice-yearbook-upload-oct21
For the Yearbook, click here: https://law-store.wolterskluwer.com/s/product/yearbook-commercial-arbitration-volume-xlvi-2021/01t4R00000Oju6L