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New Zealand Courts find that the Bahrain Chamber for Dispute Resolution IS a Court
Georgina Munnik discusses the decision in New Zealand which ruled that the BCDR's judgments are internationally enforceable.
Coastal Work Comes at a Cost
The Kingdom of Bahrain first considered imposing levies on companies dredging sand from its coastline a number of years ago.
International arbitration for construction and real estate projects in the Middle East
Paula Boast discusses the increasing use of international arbitration in the Middle East.
New Schools (of Thought), New Rules (of Procedure)
Developments in International Arbitration Prompt an Update of Arbitral Rules in Bahrain
The public policy exception and international arbitration
Oman recognises the benefits of arbitration as a dispute resolution process that benefits both local businesses and international investors.