The second Paris Arbitration Week will be held from 9 April 2018 to 13 April 2018. This Week dedicated to arbitration is co-hosted by Paris Arbitration, the Home of International Arbitration, the ICC (International Chamber of Commerce), the French Committee on Arbitration and the Association for Arbitration. As part of the Paris Arbitration Week, Caroline […]
On 25 January 2018, Caroline Duclercq participated in the launching of the Paris MENA Legal Club, as member of the Board of Directors. Jean-Pierre Lafon, Club President, Guillaume Deroubaix, Secretary General, our guest, Mr Bertrand Besancenot, who was interviewed on “The Latest Developments in the Middle Eastern Situation”, and Professors Hadi Slim and Michel Séjean […]
On 13 December 2017 (Cass. Civ. 1er, 13 December 13, 2017, appeal No. 16-22131, published in the Bulletin), the Court of Cassation pronounced on the power of the “juge d’appui” in the context of the Garoubé saga. At the risk of oversimplifying them, the facts of the case were as follows: a leasing contract had […]
On 5 July 2017, the Italian Court of Cassation, as the French Court of Cassation in December 2010, affirmed that punitive damages are not contrary to international public order. Punitive damages are defined as “the costs that are awarded to a person due to negligence that has caused personal injury or damage to personal property. […]
As we had announced, Caroline Duclercq has hosted, along with Valence Borgia and Maria Beatriz Burghetto, a rountable “Wake up (with) Arbitration!” on 14 December 2017, on the topic “The Accelerated Arbitration Procedure: “The Fast and the Furious”?” The report is now available here. The “Wake up (with) Arbitration!” breakfast /roundtables 2018 program will soon be […]
Caroline Duclercq intervened on 14 December 2017, in Casablanca, on the topic « Enforcement of awards in Morocco and Africa » during the annual Symposium organized by Lexis Nexis on “Investments in Africa and Legal Certainty- the 30 main strategic issues”. The program is available here.
Most of the time, arbitral awards are enforced spontaneously by the losing party. When the party refuses, it is then necessary to initiate an enforcement procedure before national jurisdictions. In France, the enforcement procedure is rather simple: the winning party will notify the award and request enforcement before the Tribunal de grande instance sitting as […]