By Mariam M. El-Awa

This e-book addresses the problem of privateness and confidentiality within the broader context of the Egyptian criminal method. the amount opens with an outline of the most important ways to confidentiality followed in a number of jurisdictions. It is going directly to research the tasks of confidentiality and privateness in arbitration legislations and perform at the foundation of interviews with 30 legislations professors and practitioners who usually act as arbitrators or assistance for events in arbitral disputes including the suitable Egyptian arbitration legislations provisions. 

The booklet takes under consideration the proper provisions within the arbitration legislation of Syria, Saudia Arabia and Yemen. It strikes directly to discover the relation among arbitration and the judicial procedure, and the level to which the previous may still borrow its ideas from the latter in regards to exposure and the rule of thumb of public trial. eventually, this publication seems to be on the correct to privateness as (a) a constitutional correct, as a possible foundation for a criminal responsibility of confidentiality in arbitration, and the tasks stemming from this constitutional correct within the a number of legislation of Egypt, in addition to (b) the limitations imposed at the correct to privateness, specifically these stemming from the constitutional rules of freedom of speech and freedom of the press.

The major end is that confidentiality does certainly exist in arbitration. despite the fact that, its felony foundation isn't the legislation on arbitration or the arbitration contract. it's in reality a corollary of the basic correct to privateness granted within the Egyptian felony procedure to either average and felony persons.

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