Publications

Publications

Publications

 

The Firm

 

Dr Karim A. Youssef
Inter alia

  • ‘The Impact of the Arab Spring on International Commercial and Treaty Arbitration in Egypt and the MENA Region’, Arbitration: The International Journal of Arbitration, Mediation and Dispute Management (Vol. 83, Issue 1), 2017
  • ‘Consent Ltd.: A Brief History of Egypt’s Ministerial Approval Requirement for Arbitration of State Contracts and Why It Should Be Abolished’, BCDR International Arbitration Review, 3.1, September 2016
  • ‘The Quest for Cosmopolitan Law and Arbitration in the Arab World – Where Do We Stand Now?’, Festschrift Ahmed Sadek El-Kosheri: From the Arab World to the Globalization of International Law and Arbitration, Kluwer, 2015
  • Consent in Context: Fulfilling the Promise of International Arbitration, Multi-contract and Non-contract arbitration, West, 2009-2012 (Preface by Jan Paulsson)
  • ‘Universal Arbitration Between Freedom and Constraint: The Challenges of Assessment and Control of Jurisdiction in Multiparty Multi-Contract Arbitration’, Arbitration: The Next Fifty Years, ICCA Congress Series, 2011
  • ‘The Group of Companies Doctrine under Egyptian Law’, International Arbitration Court Decisions, eds. Stephen Bond & Frédéric Bachand, 2011
  • ‘The limits of consent: the right or obligation to arbitrate of nonsignatories in groups of companies’, Multiparty Arbitration, ICC Institute of World Business Law, 2010
  • ‘The Death of Inarbitrability’, in Arbitrability: International and Comparative Perspectives, Kluwer Law International, 2009
  • ‘The Independence of International Arbitrators: An Arbitrator’s Perspective’, ICC International Court of Arbitration Bulletin, 2007, Special Supplement 2008; with Professor Ahmed S El-Kosheri
  • ‘The Assignment of Transmission of the Arbitration Clause: An overview of the Major Trends in Comparative Law, With Special Reference to Arbitration Clauses in bills of Lading’, Journal of Arab Arbitration, 2007
  • ‘The Reception of the Groups of Companies Doctrine in Egyptian Law? A Case Commentary’, 3 Stockholm International Arbitration Review 103, 2007

 

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