Flore Poloni > Signature Litigation AARPI > Paris, France > Lawyer Profile
Signature Litigation AARPI Offices
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Flore specialises in international commercial arbitration. She has 12 years’ experience representing international companies in pre-litigation, mediation and arbitration proceedings.
Flore focuses on disputes relating to the defense, chemicals and automotive industries. She regularly acts in shareholder disputes and in transactions that span multiple jurisdictions. She also has in-depth experience in the enforcement of arbitral awards in France including asset seizures.
Recently, she has advised several companies in the context of the termination of wide-scale IT projects.
Flore is very involved in the arbitration community in France; she co-founded Paris Very Young Arbitration Practitioners in 2012. She is presently one of the co-chairs of the LCIA-YIAG (Young International Arbitration Group of the London Court of International Arbitration).
Flore has also lectured at Université Paris-Ouest on Contract law and at Université Paris-Est Créteil on Arbitration law.
Associate, Gide Loyrette Nouel, 2008; Secondee – Legal Counsel DCNS 2013; Associate, August Debouzy, 2010; Senior Associate, August Debouzy, 2014; Counsel, August Debouzy, 2018; Partner, Signature Litigation, 2020.
English, French and Japanese.
Co-founder, Paris Very Young Arbitration Practitioners; Co-chair, LCIA-YIAG (Young International Arbitration Group of the London Court of International Arbitration).
Lycée Henri IV, Indian Institute of Management Lucknow, Université Paris X Nanterre, ESCP Europe, Ecole de Formation du Barreau.
Boutique litigation practice Signature Litigation AARPI has continued to grow since its opening in Paris in January 2019 with the arrival of international commercial arbitration specialist Flore Poloni from August Debouzy in September 2020. The firm’s focus on dispute resolution and insurance matters makes it a popular choice for a range of clients in the aviation industry including airlines, constructors, and insurers who benefit from the department’s ability to advise on cross-border matters. With a strong track record in product liability cases relating to high-profile accidents, the group counts several industry leaders including Boeing, Global Aerospace and Rolls Royce as clients. Founding partner Thomas Rouhette is highly regarded for his work on cross-border contentious matters.