Overview

Admitted to the Paris Bar, Joy Kreidi is an associate in the International Arbitration practice of the Paris office.

Joy joined Mayer Brown in 2012 and 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.

Education

University of Oxford, Magister Juris

HEDAC de Versailles, CAPA

Université de Versailles Saint Quentin, Master II "Arbitrage et Commerce International" (with honours)

Université de Versailles Saint Quentin, Master I "Droit Privé" (with honours)

Université de Versailles Saint Quentin, Double-License "Droit-Anglais" (with honours)

Admissions

  • Paris