Recent years have seen significant developments in arbitration legislation, law and practice across the Middle East, particularly in countries in the Gulf region. There has been an increase in trust in the region's ability to deliver valuable arbitration services. From the modernisation of arbitration legislation to the decreasing intervention of local courts, arbitration in the Middle East will continue to grow and develop. "Arbitration Law and Practice in the Middle East" provides a practical and insightful country-by-country analysis of how arbitration is conducted in 10 Middle Eastern countries, including essential information about legislative provisions, treaty adherence, and arbitral procedure. Experts in the field deliver detailed commentary on the history and infrastructure of arbitration for their jurisdiction, as well as an analysis of the current law and practice covering key issues in arbitration. Together with their discussion of significant cases and an appendix of the relevant national legislation the reports are authoritative, but accessible, up-to-date and comprehensive. It is a must for practitioners and scholars alike and every party wishing to gain a solid footing in Middle Eastern arbitration. Jurisdictions covered: Middle East, Azerbaijan, Iran, Israel, Jordan, Oman, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Egypt.--Publisher's website.
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