Ms Christine Artero – New Resident, The Arbitration Chambers

Arbitration Chambers annoncement :

Singapore, 15 October 2018

christine-arteroWe have great pleasure to announce and welcome the addition of Ms Christine Artero, as a full-time arbitrator Resident of The Arbitration Chambers.

Trained in both the civil and common law disciplines, Ms Artero is admitted to the Paris Bar and as a solicitor of England and Wales.

Christine is also arbitrator door tenant of Fountain Court Chambers in London and Singapore.

She has been appointed as arbitrator in several matters administered by the ICC, SIAC as well as in ad hoc arbitrations.  She has also acted as sole arbitrator in expedited proceedings.

Prior to launching her career as independent arbitrator, Ms Artero practised in London and later served as counsel at the London Court of International Arbitration where she oversaw the administration of over 200 arbitrations.  Christine joined The Arbitration Chambers in 2014 where she acted as tribunal secretary to some 80 cases.

She is proficient in French and English.

We are very pleased that her admission adds to the breadth of expertise available for arbitral appointments in our Chambers.

http://www.arbiter.com.sg/members/residents/christine-artero.html

Antitrust in Asia 2017 – Professor Laurence Idot

Professor Laurence IDOT, from Pantheon-Assas University, participated in the conference « Antitrust in Asia : one size fits all? ASEAN, China, Hong-Kong, India…” on April 7th in Hong Kong

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Antitrust in Asia : one size fits all ? ASEAN, China, Hong-Kong, India…


April 2016

Mrs  Laurence Idot, Professor Pantheon-Assas University and Sorbonne – Assas International Law School was the panel moderator of “Leniency, transparency and procedural rules in competition law enforcement in Asia : Is there a need for convergence ?” discussion  at  the second edition of the Antitrust in Asia Conference on “Antitrust in Asia: One size fits all?  ASEAN, China, Hong-Kong, India…” , which was hosted by Sorbonne-ASSAS INTERNATIONAL LAW SCHOOL, ESSEC Business School, and Concurrences Review.

Please find the publication here:

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