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Ms Giulia Carbone
Giulia Carbone, Associate, is a member of International Arbitration team. She acts as counsel in a number of large-scale and complex commercial arbitrations under the rules of various institutions such as the ICC, the LCIA, the DIAC, and ad hoc arbitrations, and in investment arbitrations before the International Center for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID).
She also serves regularly as Administrative Secretary of arbitral tribunals in institutional and ad hoc commercial arbitrations.
She has developed a strong experience in disputes relating to sectors such as energy, oil and gas, construction, telecommunications and defence involving clients in Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
Italian, French, English
Admitted to the bar of Reggio Calabria, Italy in 2009, the England bar and the Wales bar in 2013, and to the Paris bar as an EU Lawyer in 2015
Giulia is a graduate of the University of Cambridge, Trinity College (LL.M. in International Law, 2011), and the Università Commerciale Luigi Bocconi, Milan (J.D. International Business Law, 2006; LLB in Law, 2004).
Bredin Prat has a very strong team led by the highly qualified Louis-Christophe Delanoy, Raëd Fathallah, José María Pérez and Tim Portwood, who are ably supported by counsels Giulia Carbone and Marina Weiss. The firm manages both commercial and investment arbitration disputes, acting for private companies and state entities. Lebanon and Egypt are key clients on and recently secured favourable decisions with the practice at their side. The caseload frequently features construction, post-M&A, and energy and technology infrastructure disputes, especially matters involving Africa, the Middle East and Europe. In January 2022, Laura Fadlallah and Marina Weiss made partner and Shane Daly made counsel.
Bredin Prat handles commercial and investment arbitration disputes, acting for Middle-Eastern and Eastern European states as well as for leading French and international companies from various sectors. The team notably handles construction, post-M&A, and energy and technology infrastructure disputes, with matters often involving African jurisdictions. The practice is co-headed by Louis-Christophe Delanoy, Raëd Fathallah, José María Pérez and Tim Portwood. Also involved are counsels Giulia Carbone and Marina Weiss.
Bredin Prat dispose d’une équipe très solide, dirigée par les très expérimentés Louis-Christophe Delanoy, Raëd Fathallah, José María Pérez et Tim Portwood, qui sont fortement secondés par la counsel Giulia Carbone et Marina Weiss. qui a été promue associée en 2022. Le cabinet traite des arbitrages commerciaux et d’investissement, agissant pour le compte de sociétés privées ou d’entités étatiques. Le Liban et l’Égypte sont deux clients emblématiques de la pratique, au profit desquels le cabinet a récemment obtenu plusieurs décisions favorables. Le volant d’affaires inclut des arbitrages de construction, de post-acquisition et d’infrastructures énergétiques et technologiques, impliquant en particulier l’Afrique, le Moyen-Orient et l’Europe. A noter également, les promotions en janvier 2022, de Laura Fadlallah en qualité d’associée, et de Shane Daly en qualité de counsel.
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