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Remy is Counsel at U.S. disputes law firm MoloLamken LLP where he focuses on international arbitration proceedings.
Prior to that Remy Gerbay practised arbitration at a leading UK boutique litigation law firm. Previously he occupied the post of Deputy Registrar of the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA), and Registrar pro tem of the DIFC-LCIA Arbitration Centre in Dubai (2008-2012). Before that, Remy was in private practice with Herbert Smith LLP, in London and Paris, where he concentrated on arbitration (ICC, LCIA, UNCITRAL and ICSID) and public international law (2005-2008). Remy first started his career at a United Nations Agency in Geneva, where he was assisting the legal adviser to the Secretary General of the organization (2003-2004).
Co-Chair of the LCIA’s Young International Arbitration Group (YIAG) (2013-2016); Board Member of the Georgetown European Law Advisory Board (2013-Present); Member of the Fulbright Association; the British Fulbright Scholars Association, CFA-40, ICC YAF, and Young ICCA, YIAG, IBA.
LCIA database of arbitrators; ICC French national committee’s list, KLRCA panel.
As Arbitrator: Appointed in over 15 international cases. Chairman of a three-member tribunal in a multi-million US$ arbitration between an African State entity and an Asian company; Chairman of a three-member tribunal in an ad hoc arbitration between a Jersey company and a German insurer arising out of on aircraft insurance policy (French law; Paris seat); Sole-arbitrator in an ICC arbitration between Danish and Pilipino companies, arising out of an agreement for the construction of a carbon steel impregnation plant (Danish law; London seat); Co-arbitrator in an ICC arbitration between French and Chinese companies, arising out of an agreement for the supply of an hydro-electric power plant (English law; London seat); Co-arbitrator in an ICC arbitration between French and UAE companies, arising out of a settlement agreement (English law; London seat); Co-arbitrator in an LCIA arbitration between English and Greek companies, arising out of an agreement for the supply of marine paints and coatings (English law; London seat); Co-arbitrator in an LCIA arbitration between English and Japanese companies, arising out of a Charterparty (English law; London seat).
As Counsel: Representing a high profile industrial group and its ultra high net worth founder in an LCIA arbitration arising out of the rapidly changing political landscape in the CIS. The dispute relates to the acquisition of a significant stake in a bank valued at over £130 million; Acting for a leading South Asian construction group against a US construction company in two LCIA arbitrations relating to the construction of a US$ 500 million highway in a sub-Saharan African State; Representing a Latin American bank in two sets of parallel LCIA proceedings arising out of a US$17 million commodities transaction; Advising various energy companies on the public international law aspects of transnational infrastructure projects.
Status and Functions of Arbitral Institutions, Kluwer, 2016; Arbitrating Under the 2014 LCIA Rules: A User’s Guide (co-authored with Dr Maxi Scherer and Lisa Richman) Kluwer, 2015; “Is the End Nigh Again? An Empirical Assessment of the ‘Judicialization’ of International Arbitration”, American Review of International Arbitration, 2014 vol. 25, no. 2; “Neither Savile Row Nor Quite Vivienne Westwood: The Verdict on the 2014 LCIA Arbitration Rules”, Paris Journal of International Arbitration (Cahiers de l’Arbitrage), 2014 (4); “London Court of International Arbitration”, in Arbitration in England, Julian D.M. Lew, H. Bor, G. Fullelove, Joanne Greenaway (eds), Kluwer, 2013; “The LCIA”, in World Arbitration Reporter, Larry Shore and Loukas Mistelis (eds), Juris (2013); “International Fraud and Asset Tracing – France” (co-authored with Denis Chemla, European Lawyer Reference Series (2011).