Mohamed S. Abdel Wahab
Nile City Building, South Tower, 8th floor
2005 A Cornich El Nil
Adjunct Professor of Comparative Conflict of Laws, School of Law, Manchester University, United Kingdom (2005); Adjunct Professor of International Business Law, Georgia State University Program, Cairo University, Egypt (2009-2010); Professor of International Commercial Arbitration in the Master I Program, Institute of International Business Law (IDAI), University of Paris I Sorbonne in Cooperation with the Faculty of Law, Cairo University, Egypt (2009-2011)
Member of the LCIA Arab Users’ Council; Member of the British Institute of International and Comparative Law; Member of the Honourable Society of the Inner Temple; Member of the PSC Committee and approved tutor of the CIArb; Member of the International Law Association; Member of the Socio-Legal Studies Association; Member of the Society of Legal Scholars; Founding Member of the Egyptian Arbitration Forum; Founding Member of the Association for the Promotion of Arbitration in Africa; Member of the Egyptian National Legislative Committee for Reform of Economic and Telecommunications, and IT laws (2011-2012); Member of the Egyptian Legislative Committee for Drafting the Cybercrime, Privacy, and Information Security Legislation. (2005-2008); Member of the Egyptian National Competitiveness Council; Member of the Distinguished Panel of Experts of the International Development Law Organization (IDLO); Member of the Steering Committee for the CRCICA -ABA Continuing Legal Education Program for Young Lawyers.
Dr. Abdel Wahab has been appointed as sole, coarbitrator, and chairman of tribunal in more than 33 cases under the auspices of the CRCICA, ICC, DIAC, LCIA and ad-hoc proceedings. Amongst his recent appointments between 2009 and 2012: Chairman in a multimillion dollars usufruct and joint venture related dispute governed by Egyptian law; Chairman in a multi-million Egyptian pounds construction dispute governed by Egyptian and English laws; Chairman in a major sale of goods dispute governed by the Vienna Sale of Goods Convention; Sole Arbitrator in an ICC insurance related dispute governed by English law; Sole Arbitrator in a major real estate dispute governed by Egyptian law; Co-arbitrator in a joint venture and shareholders’ related dispute governed by Saudi Law; Co-arbitrator in a major oil and gas dispute governed by general principles of law; Co-arbitrator in (4) major concession and hotel management disputes governed by Egyptian law; Coarbitrator in a major investment and supply related dispute governed by Egyptian law; Co-arbitrator in a multi-million dollars information technology related dispute governed by Egyptian and French laws; Co-arbitrator in a multimillion dollars pharmaceuticals dispute governed by Swiss law
- Online Dispute Resolution: Theory and Practice (2012), Eleven International Publishing
- “The new IBA Guidelines on Taking of Evidence in International Commercial Arbitration”, Global Journal of Arbitration (2012)
- “Extension of Arbitration Agreement to Third Parties: A Never Ending Legal Quest Through the Spatial-Temporal Continuum”, in Ferrari, F. and Kroll, S. (eds.), Conflict of Laws In International Arbitration (2010)
- “Theory and Practice of Construing the Provisions of the Egyptian Arbitration Act: A Commentary on the Court of Cassation Decisions” Journal of Arbitration Volume 4, October 2009.