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Samir Saleh's Commercial Arbitration in the Arab Middle East, first published in 1984, became established as the most comprehensive treatment of the law in this field. His next book on the subject, published in 2006, covered the Shar'a, Lebanon, Syria, and Egypt. Saleh's new volume, covering Jordan, Kuwait, Bahrain and Saudi Arabia, follows the same basic structure as the earlier volumes, analysing the national arbitration systems of the four countries by reference to statutes, judicial decisions and comentaries. The author also discusses international aspects including the applicable bilateral treaties and international conventions. Detailed discussion of the law and its practice is supported by extensive footnotes, and by the author's own translations into English of the applicable current laws and regulations.
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Samir Saleh is a consultant in Islamic & Middle East Law in London. He is formerly Vice Chairman of the International Court of Arbitration of the I.C.C., & Member of the International Arbitration Institute.His earlier books have included Commercial Arbitration in the Arab Middle East (Graham & Trotman, 1984), and Commercial Arbitration in the Arab Middle East - the Shari's, Syria, Lebanon & Egypt (Hart, 2006).
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