Date of Award
Master of Laws (LLM)
Egypt is witnessing increasing difficulty in implementing and practicing protectionist policies for intellectual property rights, which includes copyright as a fundamental element. Since the Egyptian judicial system is exclusively concerned with adjudicating all disputes, it has become increasingly burdened in recent decades due to this monopoly. As a result, the Egyptian judiciary is witnessing a significant slowdown in resolving conflicts and procedural obstacles which delay the restitution of Intellectual property rights to its owners. Thus, we believe that applying arbitration will contribute to resolving copyright disputes in advance on one hand and will encourage an attractive climate in such matters that fall within the scope of copyright and stimulate the energies of innovation and creativity in another hand.
Mohamed, Islam, "Arbitrating Copyright Disputes in Egypt" (2021). Maurer Theses and Dissertations. 106.