Derains & Gharavi International

Publicaties

2016

“lnstalment Contracts and Fundamental Breach in the CISG : A Brazilian Perspective”, in I. Schwenzer, C. Pereira, and L. Tripodi (eds), “CISG and Latin America”, Eleven Publishing (2016)

Ana Gerdau de Borja Mercereau

“Effectiveness and the arbitrator’s initiative” in “Arbitrators’ initiative: when, why and how should it be used?”, ASA Special Series no. 45, 2016, p.31.

Hamid Gharavi

“The practice of expertise in international arbitration”  in “Les Cahiers de l’Arbitrage – The Paris Journal of International Arbitration”, 2016-2, p.401

Catherine Schroeder

“Enforcement of ICSID Awards in the United States: Should the ICSID Convention Be Read as Allowing a ‘Second Bite at the Apple’?” published in the NYU Journal of International Law and Politics (July 2016).

Sophie Davin

Commentary of “Société M. Schneider Schaltgerätebau und Elektroinstallationen v. Société CPL Industries Limited, Supreme Court of Cassation of France, First Civil Law Chamber, Arrêt n°123 FS-P+B+I, pourvoi n° T 10-17.076, 12 February 2014; Gulf Leadersfor Management and Services Holding Company v. SA Crédit foncier de France, Court of Appeal of Paris, 4 March 2014; and Société Gulf Leadersfor Management and Services Holding Company v. Société Crédit foncier de France, Court of Cassation of France, First Civil Law Chamber, Arrêt n°728 F-D, pourvoi n° X 14-18.706, 24 June 2015” in Panorama de jurisprudencia francesa, Spain Arbitration Review-Revista del Club Español del Arbitraje, 2016 n°25, co-author Aurore Descombes

Bertrand Derains

Chronique des Sentences Arbitrales de la CCI in JDI, 2016, n°2, p. 623

Bertrand Derains

“Quand la France convole avec l’Iran”, Esprit (Actualités), 22 April 2016

Hamid Gharavi

“The Advantages of the ICC over ICSID in Investment Arbitrations, International Arbitration under Review”, Essays in honour of John Beechey, ICC publication No. 772 E, 2015

Hamid Gharavi

“Does apparent bias automatically give rise to conflicts of interest?”, Opening the Black Box of Conflicts of Interest, Bruylant 2016, pp. 139-148.

Sophie Von Dewall