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“Wake Up (With) Arbitration!” – 9 October 2018: “Paris, “friendly place of arbitration” : parole, parole, parole ?”

Caroline Duclercq will host on 9 October 2018, along with Valence Borgia and Maria Beatriz Burghetto, a new “Wake up (with) Arbitration!” roundtable on the topic “Paris, “friendly place of arbitration” : parole, parole, parole ?”, with Janice Feigher, lawyer,  and Maximin de Fontmichel, Vice-Dean of the Law and Political Science Faculty of Versailles, University Paris Saclay, […]

Paris Arbitration Week: Caroline Duclercq will intervene at the GAR Live “Construction Disputes”

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 […]

Launch of the Paris MENA Legal Club

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 […]

Symposium in Casablanca- Investment in Africa and Legal Certainty: the 30 main strategic issues

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.

After work training by the AFA “Cross-examination of witnesses”: Quand la common law s’invite chez les civilistes, Paris, 29 January 2018

Caroline Duclercq will intervene on 29th January 2017 in the new after-work training organized by the Association For Arbitration, “Cross-examination of witnesses”: when common law visits civil law practice. This training will be held at the Maison du Barreau in Paris: “If English and American lawyers are usually trained to cross-examination and some practice it almost daily before […]


ALTANA’s arbitration team is pleased to welcome a new associate, Talel Aronowicz Talel joined the firm in 2017. She holds a Master 2 in International and European Business Law (Université Paris Dauphine) and an L.L.M. in International and Comparative Dispute Resolution (Queen Mary, University of London). She speaks French and English. We welcome her in […]

Conference: “Navigating through Common Law and Civil Law waters in International Arbitration: Young Perspectives from Europe and the Americas”, Paris, 6 December 2017

Caroline Duclercq will participate in a panel on the topic “Overcoming procedural conflicts in international arbitration” during the conference “Navigating through Common Law and Civil Law waters in International Arbitration: Young Perspectives from Europe and the Americas” organized by CIArb YMG in Paris on 6 December 2017. The programme and registration modalities are here.