Arbitration has emerged as a popular alternative dispute resolution mechanism, providing parties with a flexible and efficient process for resolving conflicts outside of traditional courtrooms. Arbitration, with its diverse mechanisms and procedures, offers parties an effective means of resolving disputes outside of traditional litigation. From non-binding arbitration as an initial step towards resolution, to prominent arbitration centers like the AAA Centre and ICC Arbitration, and the specialized realm of investment arbitration and ICSID, the landscape of arbitration is vast and multifaceted.

Badawy Law Office has been involved in over 100 international disputes under different jurisdictions including Egypt, USA, France and Qatar. Most of those international disputes were held before the arbitration under different legal systems including the American Arbitration Association (AAA) rules, Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (CRCICA) rules, IBA Rules, and International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) rules. Badawy Law Office used to work under significant procedural considerations such as the Red Fern Schedule and IBA Rules that ensure the orderly progression of proceedings, while discovery and depositions serve as essential tools for uncovering the truth. By understanding these elements, Badawy Law Office could navigate the clients with confidence and maximize the benefits of their alternative dispute resolution mechanism.

As arbitrator, the members of Badawy Law Office served as sole and party-appointed arbitrators in several cases before Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration as well as in ad hoc UNCITRAL proceedings. They have been also recognized as certified arbitrators at many arbitration centers including Qatar Arbitration Centre of the Qatari Chamber of Commerce.