Overview

Admitted to the Paris Bar, Joy Kreidi is an associate in the International Arbitration practice of the Paris office. She focuses on international arbitration, including investor/state disputes and commercial arbitration.

In addition to her native French, Joy is fluent in English, Arabic and Spanish.

Spoken Languages

  • English
  • French
  • Arabic
  • Spanish

Experience

Recent or pending arbitration or court proceedings include the representation of:

  • A Canadian contractor in a pending ICC arbitration against a North African company, in relation to a FIDIC-based construction contract and its early termination.
  • A Middle Eastern State in a pending ICSID arbitration against a large multinational corporation in a dispute arising out of a waste management services contract.
  • A Middle Eastern company against a European company in a pending CMAP arbitration in relation to a disputed supply contract in the Middle East.
  • A US investor and his US companies in pending ICSID arbitration proceedings against an Eastern-European State on the basis of a bilateral investment treaty. The dispute relates to the expropriation of the claimants' investments in the press distribution industry as well as in real estate.
  • A Middle Eastern party against an Asian company in a pending ICC arbitration with respect to outstanding legal fees.
  • A French company against an Asian company in an ICC arbitration, in relation to a disputed exclusive distribution agreement in China.
  • A French company in the context of court proceedings in an Asian country upon the validity of an arbitration clause in an international distribution agreement, signed between Asian and French parties.
  • A Middle Eastern company in an ICC arbitration in respect of a joint venture dispute, with an amount in dispute of US$20 million.
  • A Middle Eastern company in an ICC arbitration, against US companies, in relation to a disputed construction contract in a North African State.
  • A British Virgin Island company in an ICC arbitration, against US companies, in relation to a disputed construction contract in a North African State.
  • A French company against an Eastern-European company regarding an action to set aside an ICC award rendered in France.

Perspectives

Education

University of Oxford, Magister Juris

University of Versailles Saint Quentin, Master 2 Arbitration and International Trade

University of Versailles Saint Quentin, Master I Private Law

University of Versailles Saint Quentin, Double Licence English Law

Admissions

  • Paris