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In This Edition
CRCICA Caseload in 2015: New Record Aggregate Sums in Dispute and Construction Disputes Regain Top Position
Annual CRCICA BOT Meetings
17 November 2015
CRCICA Advisory Committee Fourth Quarterly Meeting
20 December 2015
CRCICA announced a CIArb Recognised Course Provider
CRCICA Again Considered as “the Current Class of the Field”
The Approaching Inauguration of CRCICA Conference Centre
Inaugural Conference
CRCICA Director appointed in CAS ad hoc Division for the RIO 2016 Olympics
The Launch of The ABOUL-ENEIN Memorial Prize Competition
 
Events Update
Second International Conference for
a Euro-Mediterranean Community of International Arbitration,
12 November, 2015

Post-Conference Speakers' Follow-up Meeting:
CRCICA Hosts CIArb Cairo Wednesday One Seminars:
8 October 2015:
Reflections on CRCICA Practice Notes
15 November 2015:
The Role of the French Cour de Cassation in Arbitration
16 December 2015:
Islamic Finance:
Transactions and Disputes
Mediation Activities and Mediation Breakfast Seminars:
29 October 2015:
Mediation of Construction Disputes:
The Role of the Legal advisor
1 November 2015:
Cost Effective Management of Construction Disputes:
The Role Mediation Can Play
30 November 2015:
Cost-Benefit of Commercial Mediation
3 December 2015:
The Art of Mediation Regulation
 
International and Regional Contributions
Intensive Course on International Investment Arbitration in the MENA Region,
Manama, Bahrain,
6-9 December 2015
International Conference on International Investment Arbitration in the MENA Region,
Manama, Bahrain,
10 December 2015
International Legal Dialogue Middle East and North Africa Conference,
Amman, Jordan,
14 and 15 December 2015
 
Cooperation Agreements
CRCICA signs an agreement with the Madrid Arbitration Court
 
Publications
Journal of Arab Arbitration: 25th Volume
 
Future Events
 
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 CRCICA Caseload in 2015: New Record Aggregate Sums in Dispute and Construction Disputes Regain Top Position

The total number of arbitration cases filed before CRCICA until 31 December 2015 reached 1070 cases. In 2015, 54 new arbitration cases were filed.

14 out of the 54 new cases were filed in the first quarter of 2015, while 12 cases were filed in the second quarter of 2015. The third quarter of 2015 witnessed the filing of 11 new arbitration cases, while 17 new cases were filed in the last quarter of 2015. The largest sum in dispute filed in 2015 amounted to US $971,587,461 and related to the construction of an industrial and commercial project in Damietta Port, Egypt.

The 17 new cases filed in the fourth quarter of 2015 involved disputes relating to services, construction, media and entertainment, supply, real estate, lease agreements, sale and purchase of shares, concession and franchise agreements.

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Annual CRCICA BOT Meeting
 Annual CRCICA BOT Meetings, 17 November 2015

On November 17, 2015, CRCICA Board of Trustees (BOT) held its annual meeting at CRCICA's Headquarters in Cairo. The meeting was presided by his Excellency Dr. Nabil Elaraby (Chairman of the BOT) and attended by: Judge Mohamed Amin El Mahdy (Vice-Chairman - Egypt), Judge Abdulqawi A. Yusuf (Somalia), Prof. Dr. Ahmed S. El Kosheri (Egypt), Prof. Dr. Fouad Riad (Egypt), Prof. Dr. Georges Abi-Saab (Egypt), Mr. Michael Schneider (Switzerland) Prof. Dr. Yehia El Gamal (Egypt).

During the meeting, CRCICA Director presented CRCICA's activities and caseload in 2014-2015 as well as its financial statement of operations for the year ending on 31 December 2014 as audited by the external auditor.

The BOT unanimously hailed the works and achievements of the Centre over the past year.

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CRCICA Advisory Committee Fourth Quarterly Meeting, 20 December 2015
 CRCICA Advisory Committee Fourth Quarterly Meeting, 20 December 2015

On 20 December, CRCICA Advisory Committee (AC) held its fourth quarterly meeting for 2015. The meeting was chaired by Prof. Dr. Ahmed El Kosheri (Chairman) and was attended by: Judge Borhan Amrallah, Prof. Dr. Fathy Waly, Prof. Dr. Hamza Haddad, Prof. Dr. Mahmoud Samir El Sharkawy, Judge Mohamed Amin El Mahdy, Prof. Dr. Mohamed Badran, Prof. Dr. Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab and CRCICA Director.

Among other issues, discussions included the possibilities to standardize CRCICA’s institutional reaction towards certain arbitral acts likely to affect the soundness of the arbitration process such as the repeated appointment of arbitrators.

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CRCICA announced a CIArb Accredited Service Provider
 CRCICA announced a CIArb Recognised Course Provider

CRCICA has been recently approved as a Recognised Course Provider of the training courses qualifying for the membership of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators (CIArb). By virtue of this one of the kind stance in the whole Arab region, CRCICA is entitled to hold both CIArb modules; Module I: Law of obligations and Civil Evidence which prepares candidates having no legal background to participate at Module 2: Law of Arbitration. Candidates are then entitled to apply for the CIArb membership.

It is notable that CRCICA tailored programs for both modules striking a balance between local and regional practices and jurisdictions and international comparative law and practices.

The first CRCICA version of Module I is to be held in January 2016 under the customized thematic approach “The Contract and the Rules of Responsibility and Evidence”. More details will follow in the next issue of the newsletter.

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CRCICA again considered as “the Current Class of the Field”
 CRCICA again considered as “the Current Class of the Field”

For the third consecutive year, in the 2016 version of the guide published by the Global Arbitration Review (GAR): Guide to Regional Arbitration (October 2015), CRCICA is enrolled as one of four regional institutions in the Middle East and Africa that are worth a closer look and worth considering for the right case.

In the Middle East and Africa, CRCICA is marked as an institution that is worth considering beside two other institutions. It is considered to be a possible administrator of investment arbitration proceedings in a number of inter-Arab treaties.

According to the Guide, CRCICA's particular strengths are the quality of its highly respected directors, the impressive solidness of its organization and the fact that it has been operating for long enough to have encountered most situations at least once. It is seen as "the current class of the field". Among other aspects, the study recognized the Centre as highly affordable, as having new rules that help to counteract worst practice and thus facilitate enforcement.

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The Approaching Inauguration of CRCICA Conference Centre
 The Approaching Inauguration of CRCICA Conference Centre

CRCICA is proud to announce the inauguration of its renovated Conference Centre in February 2016. Annexed to CRCICA main Offices, the Conference Centre stretches over a total of 420 m2 and is composed of one main conference room, three breakout rooms, one reading room, one lounge and a refreshment area.

Named after Dr. Esmat Abdel Meguid, the former Secretary-General of the League of Arab States and the honorary Chairman of CRCICA Board of Trustees who exerted valuable contributions during the establishment of CRCICA, the main conference room capacitates 151 arm-seats in theatre style setting, a major 5-seat podium plus one-stand alone podium.

 

The Approaching Inauguration of CRCICA Conference Centre

The room is furnished with high-tech equipment for the smooth functioning of events; this includes 3 built-in screen 75” with immersive viewing experience and 3 lingual simultaneous translation equipment, 2 high-definition remotely operated Ceiling Mount cameras recording automatically and video conference features.

The Room is privileged with a terrace overview of the historical Aquarium Grotto Garden and a side Nile View.

Each of the 3 break out rooms has a round table with a capacity of 10 seats based on the standard training practices and logistical needs.

Inaugural Conference
Inaugural Conference

The inaugural conference to be hosted in the CRCICA Confernce Centre is a joint one betweeen the SCC and CRCICA on “International Investment Arbitration Involving Arab Parties: Issues and challenges”.
Click here to download conference program
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CRCICA Director appointed in CAS ad hoc Division for the RIO 2016 Olympics
 CRCICA Director appointed in CAS ad hoc Division for the RIO 2016 Olympics

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) is preparing to open a temporary office on the site of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games in order to resolve legal disputes which may arise during the games. This special tribunal, called the CAS ad hoc Division will provide participants in the Rio 2016 Games with free access to justice rendered within a timeframe consistent with the competition schedule.

The tribunal for the Rio 2016 Games will be presided over by Mr. Michael Lenard (USA), with Justice Ellen Gracie Northfleet (Brazil) serving as co-President, and composed of twelve arbitrators from Australia, Canada/ Slovakia, Brazil, Costa Rica, Iraq/ Switzerland, Korea, Papua New Guinea, Spain, Germany, the UK and Egypt represented by Dr. Mohamed Abdel Raouf, CRCICA Director, as one of only two representatives of the Arab Region, the second being Ms Rabab Yasseen, an esteemed member of CRCICA Advisory Committee. The office in Rio will be headed by the CAS Secretary General, Mr Matthieu Reeb.

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The Launch of The ABOUL-ENEIN Memorial Prize Competition
 The Launch of The ABOUL-ENEIN Memorial Prize Competition

The Young Arab Arbitrators Forum (YAAF) has launched the biennial "Aboul-Enein Memorial Prize Competition" as the first and only competition of its kind in the Arab world to commemorate the role of Dr. Mohamed Aboul-Enein as a scholar and educator in the field of international arbitration and to challenge young arbitration practitioners to reflect on their practices of arbitration and showcase their writing talents.

The Winner of the Aboul-Enein Memorial Prize Competition 2015-16 is Mr. Essalhin Faraj, for his essay, "Reflections on Arbitration under OHADA" which will be published at the 25th Volume of the Journal of Arab Arbitration.

CRCICA congratulates Mr. Faraj and extends its sincere appreciation for YAAF’s commemoration of the role of Dr. Mohamed Aboul-Enein, the former Director of CRCICA and the catalyst for its renaissance over more than 25 years.

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 Events Update
The International Handball Federation recognizes CRCICA-hosted CAS AHC for use in Middle East Sports Disputes
Second International Conference for a Euro-Mediterranean Community of International Arbitration, 12 November, 2015
 

THE 2015 CAIRO CONFERENCE WAS A MAJOR CORNERSTONE OF THE OVERALL PROJECT TO PROMOTE INTERNATIONAL COMMERCIAL ARBITRATION AND INVESTMENT IN EURO-MEDITERRANEAN REGION.
WITHOUT THE DEDICATION AND SUPPORT CONTRIBUTED BY THE CRCICA, THIS CONFERENCE COULDN'T HAVE BEEN SUCH A MAJOR ACHIEVEMENT IN THIS FORWARD-LOOKING LONG TERM PROJECT.

RENAUD SORIEUL,
THE SECRETARY, THE UNITED NATIONS COMMISSION ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE LAW.

   

The United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL), the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) and the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration organized the Second International Conference for a Euro-Mediterranean Community of International Arbitration on 12 November 2015, Cairo - Egypt under the sponsorship of Helmy, Hamza & Partners (A member of Baker & McKenzie International) and Zaki Hashem & Partners. The Euro-Mediterranean International Arbitration series of events was first launched in Marseille, France in 2014 as a part of the MENA-OECD Investment Program which is created to support investment policy reform in the Middle East and North Africa region. It aims at promoting a sustainable Euro-Mediterranean arbitration community as part of a broader agenda for securing investments, key for stabilization and economic growth in the South and the East of the Mediterranean.

 
 

How different was the Cairo Conference?
The Cairo Conference was widely acknowledged to have been a major cornerstone in the whole project; exceeding the borders of the first very successful conference in terms of the numbers of attendees and the range of professions represented.
The conference succeeded to attract 151 experts and professionals in international arbitration and investment brought together from 22 nationalities from four continents (Africa, Asia, Europe and North America).

Why was the Cairo Conference different?
CRCICA's long years of experience in organizing trade and investment international events coupled with its unique tailored marketing expertise allowed for a confident adoption of risk coverage business strategy in dealing with other non-profit international organizations. By virtue of this tool, CRCICA assumes all risks throughout the organizational process of an international function, which allows for a free and unrestricted expansion of an event's logistic scale leading to its success.

 
  The Agenda and Discussions:
The program covered the practice of international commercial arbitration in the Euro-Mediterranean area with special emphasis on the use of public policy exceptions by the MENA courts as well as the regional initiatives in international commercial arbitration. The investment framework in the Euro-Mediterranean area as well as the changing landscape pertaining to investment arbitrations were tackled intensively.
Speakers highlighted the existence of some problems and challenges that international arbitration encounters, stressing on the important role that a Euro-Mediterranean arbitration community should play to face them.
Some speakers also underlined that investment arbitration is increasingly involving developed states that finally realized the deficiencies of the regime and are seeking to reform it, although this might be, in the views of some speakers, a transformation of the system rather than a mere reform.
The speakers pointed out that there is a need to change the current system in order to strike a balance between the substantive and procedural rights and obligations of the host States and foreign investors.
Indeed, in certain jurisdictions of the region, some local investors are claiming for equal treatment with foreign investors.
In conclusion, the Euro-Mediterranean arbitration community is expected to play an important role to face these challenges and to participate actively and efficiently in the reform of the current regime. It is also important that this community work on the elaboration and establishment of a common arbitration and legal culture, as well as the formation and the introduction of new arbitrators.
Discussions throughout the Conference, and on its sidelines, were very productive inspiring a collective sense of cooperation among professionals from the Euro-Mediterranean region.
The full proceedings of the conference will be published by the UN by mid-2016.
 
 
Post-Conference Speakers' Follow-up Meeting:
Post-Conference Speakers' Follow-up Meeting:
On Friday, 13 November 2016, CRCICA hosted a post-conference debriefing meeting among speakers and organizers to discuss the outputs of the conference and prepare for the 2016 version thereof. Interesting discussions took place which will feature the future format and organization of the next conference. Country candidates identified for the next conference were Italy, Spain and Bahrain.
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 CRCICA Hosts CIArb Cairo Wednesday One Seminars:
Reflections on CRCICA Practice Notes
 8 October 2015:
Reflections on CRCICA Practice Notes

On 8 October 2015, Mr. Tewfik Shihata, Principal, SHEHATA, Attorneys at Law, delivered a speech entitled "Reflections on CRCICA Practice Notes", in which he commented on CRCICA's Practice Notes, issued in June 2014, out of a practitioner's perspective. Attended by a variety of professionals, the speech was followed by a CRCICA commentary and lively discussions.

It is notable that CRCICA Practice Notes govern the discretional role of the Centre as well as its policies regarding eight important decisions under CRCICA's Arbitration Rules including the application of Article 10(3) of the Rules regarding multiparty arbitrations and its correlation with Article 9(2); the Centre's decision not to proceed with arbitral proceedings (Article 6); the termination of already suspended arbitral proceedings, the determination of the costs of arbitration in case of the termination of proceedings before the issuance of a final award. The Practice Notes are available in Arabic and English on CRCICA's website at the following link:
CRCICA Practice Notes JUNE 2014 (English version)
CRCICA Practice Notes JUNE 2014 (Arabic version)

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The Role of the French Cour de Cassation in Arbitration
 15 November 2015:
The Role of the French Cour de Cassation in Arbitration

On 15 November 2015, Dominique HASCHER, Judge at the French Cour de Cassation, Adjunct Professor of Law (University Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne), Member of ICCA Governing Board and former General Counsel and Deputy Secretary-General of the ICC, delivered an extremely interesting lecture entitled "The Role of the French Cour de Cassation in Arbitration".

The lecture highlighted the salient principles adopted by the French Cour de Cassation with respect to arbitration including without limitation the autonomy of the arbitration agreement, the prima facie validity of international arbitration agreements, the nature of foreign arbitral awards as decisions of international justice and the scope of international public policy.

Attended by a variety of professionals, and moderated by Judge Dr. Borhan Amrallah (former President of the Cairo Court of Appeal) and Judge Nabil Omran (Vice-President of the Egyptian Court of Cassation), the lecture was very well received and led to a very interesting debate.

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Islamic Finance: Transactions and Disputes
 16 December 2015:
Islamic Finance: Transactions and Disputes

The last Wednesday Seminar of the year was delivered by Dr. Walid Hegazy, Founder and Managing Partner of Hegazy & Associates (in association with Crowell & Moring) on "Islamic Finance: Transactions and Disputes". The lecturer approached Islamic Finance as a globally growing phenomenon and analyzed its key foundations, mainly key Shari'a concepts and principles. The practical implications of Islamic legal and economic principles were also thoroughly discussed.

Attendees were a mixture of economists and lawyers who interacted all together in a lively fashion.

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 Mediation Activities and Mediation Breakfast Seminars:
Mediation of Construction Disputes: The Role of the Legal advisor
 29 October 2015:
Mediation of Construction Disputes: The Role of the Legal advisor

On 29 October 2015, a Mediation Breakfast Seminar titled "Mediation of Construction Disputes: The Role of the Legal advisor" was delivered by Eng. Aisha Nadar, Consultant at Advokatfirman Runeland AB, and Member, FIDIC Updates Task Group 1999 Suite. Following an introduction to mediation of construction disputes, the speech proved how the role of legal advisors is central to the success of mediation before, during and after it. Legal Advisors help clients prepare for and participate in mediation. The preparatory phase in particular was so creatively analyzed tackling the strategy of the case preparation as well as the preparation of clients themselves and the management of their own expectations. The seminar was delivered in an interactive format, and was attended by representatives of many professional sectors and stakeholders.

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Cost Effective Management of Construction Disputes: The Role Mediation Can Play
 1 November 2015:
Cost Effective Management of Construction Disputes: The Role Mediation Can Play

On 1 November 2015, Eng. Aisha Nadar delivered a more specified Seminar focusing on mediation of construction disputes under the title: "Cost Effective Management of Construction Disputes: The Role Mediation can play". Eng. Nadar amply presented the different dispute settlements techniques and their relevance to the nature of the construction industry. This included Mediation, Negotiation, Arbitration, Dispute Review Board (DRB), Dispute Adjudication Board (DAB), Dispute Boards, Expert Determination. The speech revealed a thorough analysis of risk and risk allocation tools and techniques in construction projects. The role of mediation was particularly stressed with special emphasis on its cost effective privilege. The seminar witnessed lively discussions and wide-scaled attendance.

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Islamic Finance: Transactions and Disputes
 30 November 2015:
Cost-Benefit of Commercial Mediation

On 30 November 2015, Prof. Dr. Nadja Alexander, Conflict Specialist, Mediator and Conflict Coach based in Hong Kong, delivered a lecture on the Cost-Benefit of Commercial Mediation. The speaker provided a highly methodological analysis of the value of mediation and the ways to increase companies' value through the best and right use of it. Latest and most important findings of international surveys, such as the key Findings of the Cornell Study on why Companies use ADR were used for illustration. Finally, Prof. Alexander encouraged and explained the creation of a dispute wise business management tool to improve economic and non-economic outcomes in managing business conflicts. The American Arbitration Associaon key input and leading experience was illustrated as a model in this respect.

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3 December 2015:

The Art of Mediation Regulation
 3 December 2015:
The Art of Mediation Regulation

On 3 December 2015, Prof. Dr. Nadja Alexander tackled the topic "Mediation and the Art of Regulation".

Under the slogan "Making it Real", the seminar tackled the fundamentals of the art of mediating as manifested in the "REAL Regulation" with its four cornerstones being; Reflection, Engagement, Artistry and Lifelong Learning. In a very innovative manner, Prof. Dr. Alexander analyzed the mental receptivity of mediation to help reach an understanding of its genuine essence. With adequate illustrations and application of relevant thinking theories, the lecture called for an appreciation of mediation real values and an acceptance of getting what you need rather than what you want.

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 International and Regional Contributions
 Intensive Course on International Investment Arbitration in the MENA Region,
Manama, Bahrain, 6-9 December 2015

The Bahrain Chamber for Dispute Resolution (BCDR-AAA), in conjunction with the Investment Treaty Forum (ITF) of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL), held a four-day (6 to 9 December 2015) intensive course on International Investment Arbitration specifically tailored for the MENA region in Manama, Bahrain.

The four-day course was attended by delegates from all over the MENA region and provided the theoretical knowledge and the practical know-how from some of the leading practitioners in the field of international investment both in the region and beyond.

CRCICA Director shared three panels during the course and addressed the following issues:

  1. The State of Play in the Middle East and North Africa, in which he focused on the salient features of the most recent national investment laws in the MENA region;
  2. Understanding the State’s International Obligations within the context of Managing Foreign Investment Relations and Preventing Foreign Investment Disputes;
  3. The Pros and Cons of National Court Litigation as means of Resolving Investor-State Disputes as well as the different forms of arbitration (national and international, ad hoc and institutional) and the advantages and disadvantages of each; and
  4. The Request for Arbitration as a means of initiating Arbitral proceedings with special emphasis on the Mandatory and Optional Requirements under the ICSID Convention.

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 International Conference on International Investment Arbitration in the MENA Region,
Manama, Bahrain, 10 December 2015

The Bahrain Chamber for Dispute Resolution (BCDR-AAA), in conjunction with the Investment Treaty Forum (ITF) of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law (BIICL), held a one-day (10 December 2015) conference on International Investment Arbitration in the MENA region in Manama, Bahrain.

The one-day conference was attended by practitioners from all over the MENA region as well as some of the leading investment arbitration specialists and key players in the investment industry.

CRCICA Director moderated a panel on Bilateral and Multilateral Investment Agreements in the Arab World, which focused on the Egyptian and Bahraini BITS as well as the Unified Agreement for the Investment of Arab Capitals in the Arab States and the Agreement on the Promotion, Protection and Guarantee of investments among Member States of the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC)

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 International Legal Dialogue Middle East and North Africa Conference,
Amman, Jordan, 14 and 15 December 2015

The American Society of International Law (ASIL), Columbia Law School, and the Columbia Global Center–Amman hosted a three-day conference entitled “International Legal Dialogue – Middle East North Africa.” Organized in cooperation with the University of Jordan Law School, the American Red Cross, and the Bahrain Chamber for Dispute Resolution (BCDR-AAA), the conference took place at the Columbia University Global Center in Amman, Jordan from December 14 to December 15, 2015.

On December 14, 2015, Nassib G. Ziadé, BCDR-AAA’s CEO chaired the morning sessions with George A. Bermann, Director of the Center for International Commercial and Investment Arbitration and Professor of EU Law at Columbia Law School. The sessions focused on “Arbitration in the Arab World” and included panels on the “Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards in the Arab World” and “The Effect of the Political Uprising in the Arab World on International Arbitration”.

CRCICA Director was among the speakers in the first morning session. He addressed the question of whether a foreign arbitral award is enforceable through means other than the New York Convention, with special emphasis on the conflicting applicable treaties (the New York and the Riyadh Conventions) as well as the possible conflict of applicable national statutes governing the enforcement of foreign arbitral awards.
Further details on the conference program click here .

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 Cooperation Agreements
CRCICA signs an agreement with the Madrid Arbitration Court
 CRCICA signs an agreement with the Madrid Arbitration Court

In September 2015, CRCICA signed a new cooperation agreement with the Court of Arbitration of the Official Chamber of Commerce, Industry and Services of Madrid (Madrid Arbitration Court). The Agreement provides a balanced scope of cooperation between the two institutions in the field of event planning and disputes management. The scope of the agreement includes the possible exchange of counsels to monitor the development of arbitral practice in each jurisdiction.

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 Publications
Journal of Arab Arbitration: 25th Volume
 Journal of Arab Arbitration: 25th Volume

CRCICA is issuing the 25th Volume of the Journal of Arab Arbitration which is a CRCICA-sponsored Publication of the Arab Union of International Arbitration (AUIA). The Journal is issued semi-annually and is used to include updated articles, judicial awards and arbitral precedents.

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 Future Events
Inaugural Conference

2016 Calendar of Events will feature many events including:


February
2016
 February 2016
 Launching of Dr. ABOUL-ENEIN ANNUAL LECTURE
 "Challenge of Arbitral Awards, Reality and Perspectives " Prof. Dr. Fathy Waly,
Professor of Law; Former Dean Faculty of Law-Cairo University; International Lawyer and Arbitrator (EGYPT)
March
20-25
 20-25 March 2016, Cairo-Egypt:
 The fifth Annual Training Program on "Comparative Commercial Arbitration, Theory and Practice" (CCATP), leading to the Membership of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators

March
31
 31 March 2016:
Second CRCICA / SCC International Conference on International Investment Arbitration involving Arab parties: Issues and Challenges

April
16
 16 April 2016
Conference on “The Challenges of The Egyptian Construction Industry and the Role of FIDIC

April
17
 17 April 2016
FIDIC Contracts Training Seminar

   
November
2016
 November 2016: Sharm El Sheikh VI "The Role of State Courts in International Arbitration".

   
 Date to be confirmed:
   
2016
 First Regional Conference on "The Settlement of Media and Entertainment Disputes".

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