Anaëlle Idjeri participated in a conference on comparative law organized by the International Committee of the Lyon Bar Association on the topic of force majeure in contractual matters in Italy, France, Germany, Latin American countries, Spain, the United Kingdom and the United States.
As people’s awareness of global warming is growing and the struggle to preserve the environment and biodiversity is intensifying, the French Minister of Justice has adopted a circular setting out the principles and objectives to be pursued in the prevention and punishment of environmental crimes.
Principio de igualdad y deber de revelación de los árbitros: Nuevas contribuciones de la Chambre Commerciale Internationale à la Cour d’Appel de Paris
Article authored by Anaëlle idjeri in the publication La Ley Mediación y Arbitraje (April-June 2021 edition, n° 07).
This article is a slightly enhanced version of the article entitled Principle of equality and arbitrators’ duty to disclose: New developments by the International Commercial Chamber of the Paris Court of Appeals published on our Blog in May 2020.
Principle of equality and arbitrators’ duty to disclose: New developments by the International Commercial Chamber of the Paris Court of Appeals
2021 is already shaping up to be a year of new developments on such exciting topics as the principle of equality of the parties in the constitution of the arbitral tribunal and the arbitrators’ duty to disclose.
Indeed, in five rulings handed down between the end of December 2020 and mid-February 2021, the Paris Court of Appeals has ruled on the arbitrator’s duty to disclosure, either by reiterating conventional solutions or by adopting, in the case of the International Commercial Chamber of the Paris Court of Appeals, a more innovative approach.
Anaëlle Idjeri led a webinar on “Critical issues in distribution agreements” organized in the framework of the Series of technical workshops for doing business internationally of the ICC Lyon Metropole on May 6, 2021.
This webinar was intended to identify the critical provisions of international distribution agreements in order to better negotiate these agreements and secure the partnership with the distributor.
CSR: The subcontractor’s failure to comply with the client’s code of ethics justifies the immediate termination of the business relationships with the supplier
Almost ten years after the Rana Plaza scandal and while many voices are being raised about human rights violations in the textile industry, the Paris Court of Appeals has recently issued a particularly interesting ruling combining corporate social responsibility and sudden termination of established business relationships.
Specifically, on March 24, 2021, it held that if a supplier fails to ensure that its subcontractors comply with its client’s code of ethics, the immediate termination of the business relationships cannot be considered as sudden within the meaning of Article L. 442-6 I §5 of the French Commercial Code.