Provided by Carine Dupeyron
Civil and commercial litigation
Carine Dupeyron co-heads the international arbitration practice with Professor Aynès. Before joining the firm in January 2017, she practiced in Singapore and New York.
Carine has a dual business and legal background, enabling her to grasp strategic, financial and legal questions at stake in the cases entrusted to her. Her expertise is recognized in post-acquisitions and shareholders’ disputes, or in the performance of major projects abroad, particularly in the telecom, defense, waste management, pharmaceuticals and energy sectors.
Procedurally, she has experience with the rules of major arbitration institutions, whether the ICC, LCIA, AAA-ICDR, SCC, ICSID and in ad hoc or UNCITRAL proceedings. She is also active before French courts in proceedings in connection with international awards, but also in complex domestic litigation.
Carine regularly acts as arbitrator in proceedings conducted in French, English or Spanish. She is regularly appointed at the Court of Arbitration for Sports and participated as an arbitrator to the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
She is a member for France at the ICC Court, is the co-Secrétaire Générale of the Arbitration Academy and Treasurer of Paris, Place d’Arbitrage. She has teaching engagements at Sciences-Po and Paris II-Assas and regularly publishes articles on arbitration.
French / English / Spanish
Columbia University Law School
Paris II University
M.A. in Business Law