Lake Mary, FL : Vandeplas Publishing, LLC, October 2013.
Book — xx, 263 pages : map ; 25 cm
Overview of this work
Overview of arbitration in the Middle East
Qatar's legal arbitration framework
Arbitration of Islamic finance disputes
The emergence of modern arbitration hubs
Prospects for modern arbitration hubs in the Middle East
Summary and recommendations
Appendix I: Social-economic and legal indicators
Appendix II: Map of the Middle East.
This dissertation analyzes and discusses the development of arbitration in the Middle East with the major focus on the State of Qatar as a case study. Studies the rise and development of International Commercial Arbitration as it is conducted in Qatar in relation to other regional jurisdictions such as Bahrain, Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, and Egypt. This work also analyzes the effects that the legal systems of the respective States have on the dispute resolution procedures that have been adopted by parties seeking to conduct proceedings, or attempting to enforce awards in these States.