Matthieu de Boisseson

Partner at Linklaters LLP

Matthieu de Boisseson

Matthieu de Boisseson

Partner at Linklaters LLP

Biography

Lawyer, Avocat à la Cour de Paris

Experience

Matthieu de Boisséson has many years of experience as an arbitrator and a counsel in numerous arbitration cases, in various fields such as Corporate Transactions, Construction, Telecoms, Energy, Distribution and other matters. He became a partner at Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier in 1995, and was responsible for the development of the firm’s international arbitration practice before joining Linklaters’ Paris office last November. He also has longstanding connections with the ICC, He is a fellow member of the ICC Institute of International Business Law and Practice, a Board Member of the French Arbitration Committee, and a member of numerous other associations (LCIA, ASA, etc.)..

Matters of significance during the last 3 years where substantial involvement can be disclosed have included:

Arbitration

* counsel for Total v. Russian regions and Russian companies (2010-2014),
* counsel for Casino Group v. Baud (2010)
* counsel for Casino Group v. Diniz (2011-2013)
* counsel in arbitration cases related to defense industry

Professional experience

2013 to date Partner, Linklaters Paris
1996 - 2013 Partner, Darrois, Villey
1985 – 1996 Partner, Gide Loyrette Nouel

Education

1978 - Paris Bar
1977- Master of International Business Law and Private Law
1974 - University of Law Paris II, Sorbonne University Paris IV, Paris (Ph.D. (Agrégation) in literature
1973 - Diploma of the Institute of Public Science

Mr de Boisséson holds Master’s degrees in Business Law (Université Paris II) and in Philosophy (Université Paris IV). He also has an Agrégation in French literature and a diploma from the Institut d’Etudes Politiques de Paris.

Professional Offices

A member of the ICC Institute of World Business Law and of the French Arbitration Committee’s executive committee, Mr de Boisséson is also an honorary member of the Conflict Prevention and Resolution (New York CPR) executive committee, a representative of the ICC French National Committee on the Task Force on the revision of the ICC Arbitration Rules and a member of the Club of Arbitrators of the Chamber of Arbitration of Milan, the French Arbitration Association, the Swiss Arbitration Association, the LCIA and other arbitration centres. He also is a member of the Permanent Arbitration Court for Formula 1-related contracts (Geneva).

Publications

Mr de Boisséson is the author of the book Le Droit Français de l’Arbitrage Interne et International (Joly, Paris, 1990) and of numerous articles on international arbitration. He has spoken at conferences and seminars dealing with various law topics and has also published the following articles: -

* « Le Droit Français de l’Arbitrage Interne et International », (Joly, Paris 1990), and many articles about International Arbitration, A.D.R. and International Business Law, such as : “Anti-Suit Injunctions Issued by National Courts At the Seat of the Arbitration or Elsewhere”, IAI 2005, or “As anti-suit injunction e o princípio da competência-competência-” 2005, Revista de Arbitragem e Mediação n°7 Outubro – dezembro de 2005, Brazil.
* “Evidentiary Privileges in International Arbitration”, ICCA Montreal, 1 June 2006;
* « Les conséquences de l'annulation d'une sentence arbitrale dans l'état de la juridiction du siège de l'arbitrage », Conference Salvador de Bahia 30th October to 1st November 2006 ;
* « Morgan Stanley v. LVMH : Equity research freedom upheld », Guide to the World's Leading Litigation Lawyers, December 2006;
* “New tensions between Arbitrators and Parties in the Conduct of the Arbitral Procedure”, International Law Review Vol. 10 Issue 6, December 2007;
* “Arbitrage et Droit de la Concurrence”, Liber Amicorum Bernardo Cremades, La Ley, Madrid, 2010
* "A nova Lei francesa de Arbitragem 2011”, with Mr Jose Emilio Pinto, Revista de Arbitragem, Sao Paulo, 2012

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2013 - Current

Linklaters LLP is a multinational law firm headquartered in London, United Kingdom. It was founded in 1838 and is a member of the Magic Circle of leading British law firms. It currently employs around 2,600 lawyers and has 29 offices across 20 countries.

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1995 - 2013
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Matthieu de Boisseson is affiliated with Linklaters LLP, Littleton Chambers, Darrois Villey Maillot Brochier

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