Bredin Prat’s arbitration practitioners act in domestic and international arbitrations in France and abroad, involving both French and foreign law, including disputes under various institutional rules (e.g., ICC, LCIA, ICSID, SCC and AAA) as well as ad hoc arbitrations.
The team, including 4 partners, has acted for French and international clients in over 200 arbitration matters ranging from disputes under international investment treaties, shareholder, partnership and joint venture disputes, construction, commodities and disputes involving mining, energy and natural resources.
Our firm has extensive experience and an outstanding track record with a 100% success rate in acting as counsel in international arbitrations both against, and on behalf of, sovereign States and State owned entities under leading institutional rules (e.g. ICSID, ICC, LCIA, UNCITRAL and ad hoc), including claims brought under bilateral investment treaties, investment contracts and foreign-investment legislation.
The firm’s arbitration lawyers are regularly asked to act as arbitrators in proceedings involving highly specialized matters, under the aegis of arbitration institutions such as the ICC, ICSID, LCIA, DIAC and AFA (the French arbitration association).