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Arbitration is a private legal method for settling disputes between the opposing parties outside the traditional courts, in which the parties, two or more, present their controversies to one or more arbitrators, whose decision is final and conclusive and the parties are bound by it in most of the national laws around the world.  

Arbitration becomes a fundamental legal method to settle international commercial disputes. This concept is used mainly in the context of negotiating a deal between parties. Wherein one or more of the parties suggests entering an arbitration clause stating that any controversies or claims, arising out of their agreement or any breaches thereof shall be settled by arbitration. Parties also might decide after a dispute arises to submit it to arbitration, by virtue of an agreement this is called a Submission Clause.

Arbitration is a form of Alternative Disputes Resolution (ADR), which includes specified procedures for private resolution of disputes. ADR comprises various forms of rules and procedures such as conciliation and mediation.

ADR is supported by various international organizations and law institutions throughout the world.

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RAGY & PARTNERS LAW FIRM - ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS AT LAW represents its clients at all stages of Arbitration and ADR, which proceed under the rules of Arbitral organizations and law institutions throughout the world. These include, but are not limited to, the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (CRCICA), the Dubai International Arbitration Centre (DIAC), the Abu Dhabi Commercial Conciliation and Arbitration Center (ADCCAC), the Yemen Center for Conciliation and Arbitration (YCCA), the International Court of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the International Centre for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID,  the American Arbitration Association and the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), etc.

Throughout the world, States and international arbitral organizations have amended their laws and regulations in order to indicate that all parties have the freedom to choose among several procedural arbitration rules and laws. These include the Model Law, which was issued by the United Nations Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL) on 21 June, 1985, the UNCITRAL Law issued on December 15, 1976, the Egyptian Arbitration Law No. 27 and its amendments issued in 1994 and various forms of optional rules issued separately by arbitral organizations and law institutions throughout the world.

RPLF has a highly qualified team to provide clients with effective and in-depth legal advice in order to negotiate, draft and review all aspects of arbitration and submission clauses as well as assisting clients in making choices about the procedural rules of various laws, regulations and substantive laws governing the dispute.

RPLF's experts have the power to guide clients toward the right decision in relation to appointing arbitrators for disputes, not only domestically but also internationally.

RPLF has the tried and proven experience to represent clients appearing before arbitration panels in both institutional arbitrations and ad hoc arbitrations.

RPLF provides help to clients in selecting the experts and consultants they may need. We help our clients to prepare statements of claims as plaintiffs, determine points of issue, draft statements of defense, plead for hearings and submit post hearing briefs.

RPLF’s experienced team instructs clients to carefully consider the injections and the juridical procedures related to arbitration cases with the sole aim of winning.

At RPLF, our previous experience has given us the power to win the most complicated arbitration cases.

At present, we are representing our clients in each of the steps the arbitration process, including pre-dispute negotiation and attempt to attain an amicable settlement between the opposing parties and their different disputes.

RPLF has a professional team, which assists clients in enforcing national, foreign and international arbitral awards. We instruct our clients in how to execute these awards undertaken by arbitral panels before national tribunals and law enforcement agencies.


On the other side, we realize the potential success of a wide variety of practices concerning the annulment of arbitral awards, which may have been issued against clients in the interest of their opponents. RPLF is capable of making these arbitral awards null and avoid in accordance with the various procedural arbitration rules and laws, in particular the Model Law, the Egyptian Arbitration Law No. 27 of 1994 and its amendments, etc.