Is There a Life after the Award? - Chapter 1 - Post Award Issues: ASA Special Series No. 38

Alexis Mourre
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December, 2011
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Alexis MOURRE is a Founding Partner of Castaldi Mourre & Partners, a twenty-five-lawyer firm with offices in Paris and Milan. He heads the international arbitration and litigation department of the firm. As of September 2010, he has acted in more than 130 ad hoc or institutional commercial arbitration proceedings as counsel, expert witness, coarbitrator, chairman or sole arbitrator. His arbitration experience includes, in particular, mergers and acquisitions, shareholders' agreements, joint ventures, competition, investment disputes, telecommunications, air and space, construction and energy. He is author, co-author or editor of several books, including Written Evidence and Discovery in International Arbitration (ICC Publishing, 2009), Droit judiciaire privé européen des affaires (Bruylant, 2003), Le nouveau droit communautaire de la concurrence (Bruylant, 2004), and Mondialisation, politique industrielle et droit communautaire de la concurrence (Bruylant, 2006). He is the director of the Paris Journal of International Arbitration/Cahiers de l'arbitrage, a leading French publication on arbitration and ADR. He lectures on arbitration in several universities and regularly intervenes as a speaker in seminars and congresses on international arbitration. He has published more than 80 articles on arbitration and private international law. Mr. Mourre is Vice-President of the ICC International Court of Arbitration and Senior Vice-Chair of the IBA Arbitration Committee. He is Vice-President of the ICC Institute of World Business Law and Member of the Arbitral Council of the Milan Chamber of Commerce. He is Member of the ICC international arbitration commission as well as of the ILA arbitration commission. He is Member of numerous associations, including the ASA, the LCIA, the Milan Club of arbitrators, and the Institute for Transnational Arbitration (Advisory Board). Mr. Mourre is fluent in French, English, Spanish and Italian. He has a working knowledge of Portuguese.