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Comparison of Gulf International Arbitration Rules has been inspired by its sister publications, Comparison of Asian International Arbitration Rules and Comparison of International Arbitration Rules, which were prepared by Simpson Thacher & Bartlett LLP and published by Juris Publishing in 2003 and 2008 respectively.
This volume sets forth the main arbitration rules and regulations available in the Middle East region and provides a basis of comparison on their efficiency and cost-effectiveness
Due to the great number of arbitration institutions that have been forming across the Middle East over the past couple of decades the present overview is confined to the most commonly-used sets of rules in the Gulf region: the Arbitration Rules of the 2007 Dubai International Arbitration Centre (the “DIAC Arbitration Rules”), the 2008 Arbitration Rules of the Dubai International Financial Centre-London Court of International Arbitration (the “DIFC-LCIA Arbitration Rules”), the 1993 Arbitration Regulations of the Abu Dhabi Commercial Conciliation and Arbitration Centre (the “ADDCAC Rules”), the 2006 Arbitration Rules of the Qatar International Centre for Commercial Arbitration (the “QICCA Arbitration Rules”), the 1994 Arbitration Rules of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) Commercial Arbitration Centre (the “GCC Arbitration Rules”) and the 2009 Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association/Bahrain Chamber for Dispute Resolution (the “AAA/BCDR Arbitration Rules”).