Addressing the Issue of Confidentiality in Arbitration Proceedings: How Is This Done in Practice? - Chapter 4 - ASA Special Series No. 43 Confidential and Restricted Access Information in International Arbitration

Domitille Baizea
Juliette Richard
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February, 2016
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 Domitille Baizeau is a Partner in the international arbitration group of
LALIVE, based in Geneva. She has been practicing dispute resolution
for 20 years, exclusively in international arbitration, commercial and
investment, since 2001. She has been involved in over sixty
international disputes as counsel or arbitrator, in administered and ad
hoc arbitration proceedings, governed by various procedural and
substantive laws, both common law and civil law. She focuses on joint
venture, share purchase, M&A, sales, privatisation and investment
disputes in the energy (oil & gas, solar, mining), telecommunications,
construction and commodity trading sectors. Ms Baizeau has been a
member of the Arbitration Court of the Swiss Chambers’ Arbitration
Institution since 2010. She is also a member of the Board and the
Executive Committee of ASA and an officer of the European Users’
Council of the LCIA. She regularly speaks at conferences and publishes
in the field international arbitration; she was for several years a
member of the Editorial Board of the ASA Bulletin. In 2011, she was
selected as one of 45 “leading figures” in international arbitration
below the age of 45, following a peer-review process conducted by
Global Arbitration Review. Ms Baizeau initially trained in New
Zealand and also holds a French law diploma. She is admitted to
practice in both England and in Geneva, Switzerland. Before joining
LALIVE in 2004 (becoming partner of the firm in 2008), she practiced
litigation and arbitration in New Zealand and France. A dual New
Zealand and French national, she is fluent in both English and French
and has working knowledge of Spanish.

Juliette Richard is an Associate in the international arbitration group
of LALIVE, based in Geneva. Her main areas of practice are
international commercial arbitration and investment arbitration, as
well as corporate and commercial law with an emphasis on crossborder
transactions. Before joining LALIVE, Juliette trained in Paris
with Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (2012) and Sullivan & Cromwell
(2011). She also worked as an intern with DS Avocats (2009) and
HSBC (2008) in Paris. Juliette Richard holds a Master in Business Law
from the University of Paris II Panthéon-Assas (2011) and a Bachelor in
Law from the University of Cergy-Pontoise (2010). She also holds a
Bachelor of Science and a Master of Science in Management from
ESSEC Business School (Grande Ecole Programme) in Paris.