Paris Court of Appeal, 1st Chamber – Section C, 7 May 2009, Suba France v Pujol & Suba & Unico - French International Arbitration Law Reports: 2009
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Philippe Pinsolle is a partner at Shearman & Sterling LLP in Paris, and specializes in international arbitration. He has been involved, as counsel or arbitrator, in more than a hundred and fifty international arbitrations, both institutional (ICC, ICSID, LCIA, SCC, AFA, Swiss Rules, etc.) and ad hoc, concerning such activities as investment, oil and gas, energy, telecom or defense industry. He is a member of the Paris Bar and of the Bar of England & Wales (Gray's Inn). He is a lecturer on international arbitration at the Universities of Aix-Marseille III, Versailles-St Quentin and Paris 12. Mr. Pinsolle is the former President of the International Arbitration commission of the Union Internationale des Avocats (UIA) and a co-founder of the Young Arbitration Practitioners (YAP). He is the author of numerous articles and case-notes on international arbitration. He holds a J.D. degree from the university of Paris II, a M.Jur. from Oxford University, Hertford College, and an MBA degree from Essec.
Thomas Clay is the Dean of the Versailles Law School and Director of its LLM in International Arbitration in collaboration with the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC), the only French-language program in international arbitration. A member of the French Arbitration Committee and of the International Arbitration Institute and other institutions, Professor Clay is the author of various books and articles on arbitration, including "The Arbitrator", a treatise on the duties and obligations of arbitrators. He writes a regular column Arbitration Law in the weekly legal journal Dalloz. He also participates in numerous conferences throughout the world on international arbitration and has an extensive practice in arbitration in French, Spanish, English and Italian, collaborating with the ICC, other French institutions, the Milan Arbitration Court, and in Africa and South America. He is also member of the Jurisdiction of Professional Soccer League and Arbitrator in the French Sport Arbitration Chamber.
Thomas Voisin is an Associate in Shearman & Sterling's International Arbitration group. He has advised on numerous commercial and investor-State arbitrations. He is a member of the Paris Bar. He graduated from the University Panthéon-Assas (Paris II) and holds an M.Jur. from Oxford University.
Originally from French International Arbitration Law Reports: 2009
ACTION TO SET ASIDE an arbitral award rendered by the Arbitral Chamber of Paris on 8 August 2007 and a decision for interpretation of the award of the Arbitral Chamber of Paris dated 2 November 2007, rendered by:
M. Roland PETIT-PIGEARD (Chairman) Mr. Didier COURT (arbitrator) Mr. Bernard GIRERD (arbitrator)
CLAIMANT AND RESPONDENT IN THE ACTION TO SET ASIDE: SUBA FRANCE having its registered office at:
DANIATE Industrial Zone 32110 NOGARO acting through its legal representatives
Represented by SCP PETIT LESENECHAL, avoués à la Cour assisted by Ms Marlène LAMOURE for SCP ARAGNOUET-LAMOURE, Attorney-at-law, Pau bar
RESPONDENT IN THE ACTION TO SET ASIDE THE AWARD: PUJOL having its registered office at:"Joli Cœur" 11270 LAFORCE represented by its legal representatives