École de droit, Master Droit économique
tit, Théorie de l'arbitrage (1998) ; Emmanuel Gaillard, The Representations of International Arbitration (2010)..
TRANSNATIONAL PROCEEDINGS : HOW TO GATHER EVIDENCE ?
Semester : Autumn Number of hours : 8 Language of tuition : English
Teachers : Carine DUPEYRON (Avocat associé). Pedagogical format : Workshop Course validation : The quality of the preparation, the strategy that will be set up and the oral arguments will be assessed. Workload : The case will be handed over prior to class, together with several articles on the various procedures that the students will have to present. Five to 8 hours of preparatory work is expected. Course Description : This workshop will, on the basis of a real-life case, provide the students with the opportunity of elaborating a multijurisdictional litigation strategy to gather evidence in the context of various proceedings conducted in different fora, for the purpose of establishing their case before an arbitral tribunal. Speciﬁcally, the students will be requested to successively plead or defend (i) before a French judge a request for pre-trial discovery under French law, under article 145 of the French code of civil procedure, (ii) before a US judge, a request for document production and deposition of witnesses in aid of foreign proceedings under USC 1782 and (iii) before an arbitral tribunal, a Redfern schedule for obtaining various documents. All oral arguments shall be in English, but for the pleadings before French courts based upon article 145 CPC. Required reading : Mesures d'instruction in futurum et arbitrage, A. Hory, Revue de l'arbitrage, 1996, Issue 2, pp. 191-222 ; L'article 145 du Code de procédure civile : le préparer… et s'y préparer…, Le Monde du droit, 24 septembre 2015, http://www.lemondedudroit.fr/le-mondedu-droit-le-quotidien-des-juristes-daffaires/ publications/dossiers/194417-larticle-145-ducode-de-procedure-civile-le-preparer-et-sy-preparer.html ?showall=1 ; 28 U.S.C §1782 and the
Evolution of International Judicial Assistance in the United States Courts, Michael Campion Miller, Alejandro G. Rosenberg and Michael Stoll, The Federal Lawyer, May 2012, pp. 44-47, http:// www.steptoe.com/assets/htmldocuments/28%20 U%20S%20C%201782%20and%20the%20Evolution%20of%20International%20Judicial%20 Assistance%20in%20U%20S%20Courts.pdf ; Les outils judiciaires de recherche de preuve au service de l'arbitrage : Etude comparée de l'art. 145 du Code de procédure civile français et de la section 28 USC §1782 aux Etats-Unis, Carine Dupeyron et Marie Valentini, http://www.augustdebouzy.com/mailing/RDAI-CDU%20MAVA1213.pdf ; Règles de l'IBA sur l'administration de la preuve dans l'arbitrage international, IBA 2010, http://www.ibanet.org/Document/Default. aspx ?DocumentUid=86999C8C-BE3E-426DA0C5-FC8E56FF0CE1.
US TRADE REMEDIES LAWS
Semester : Spring Number of hours : 24 Language of tuition : English
Opened to the exchange program
Teachers : Eliza PATTERSON (Adjunct Professor of International and Public Affairs - Columbia University). Pedagogical format : Seminar Course validation : 50% Final exam In class, open book ; 50% Midterm exam in class, open book. Course Description : This course covers US laws related to the application of antidumping and countervailing duties and safeguard measures. These so-called trade remedy laws are based on and consistent with the rules of the WTO. The course however does not discuss the WTO rules related to dumping, countervailing duties or safeguard measures except as they are directly relevant to the US laws. Trade remedy laws are arguably the most important, and most controversial, single area of US trade law. Certainly they are of primary importance to US industry, US importers and foreign exporters to the US. As such they are a major source of work for private law ﬁrms and the fed1779