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Confidentiality in Arbitration: The Case of Egypt, by Mariam M. El-Awa, addresses two of the most popular reasons why arbitration can be preferable to traditional litigation: privacy and confidentiality. Through her research, El-Awa intends to analyze the importance of confidentiality in the Egyptian arbitration system and the duty to maintain confidentiality during arbitral proceedings. El-Awa seeks to locate the source of the duty and determine whether the duty derives from law or custom.



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