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A l’occasion de l’ouverture des chambres
commerciales internationales au tribunal
de commerce et à la cour d’appel de Paris,
devant lesquelles les jugements seront
rendus conformément au droit choisi par
les parties, qu’il soit continental ou issu de
la Common Law,

est heureuse de vous proposer,
en partenariat avec :
une formation destinée à compléter la culture juridique des avocats et des magistrats et juges consulaires
afin qu’ils soient en mesure de traiter les contentieux soumis à ces chambres, lorsque les parties ont
soumis leur litige à la Common Law
En effet, les protocoles qui ont été signés entre l’ordre des
avocats, la cour d’appel et le tribunal de commerce de Paris
prévoient que le fond des litiges soumis à ces chambres
pourra être tranché selon le droit choisi par les parties,
ce qui implique que tant les avocats que les magistrats
et juges consulaires concernés devront être familiarisés
avec la Common Law pour les hypothèses où les parties
auront choisi de soumettre leur litige à un doit issu de la
Common Law et non à un droit continental.

Law est impliquée ou souhaitant partir en détachement,
par exemple.

Il débutera par une introduction à l’anglais et aux modes
de rédaction juridiques ainsi que par une introduction
historique et aux concepts majeurs de la Common Law
et se poursuivra par des modules relatifs aux droits
des contrats, des « torts » (responsabilité délictuelle),
des sociétés et commercial avant d’être clôturé par un
cours sur les modes de preuve et le fonctionnement des
Ces protocoles prévoient en outre que les pièces pourront interrogatoires.
être produites en langue anglaise et que les auditions des
parties, témoins, experts et technicien pourront se dérouler L’ensemble de ces enseignements sera dispensé selon
en anglais, ce qui nécessite une maîtrise de l’anglais la formule anglo-américaine, c’est-à-dire avec la mise à
juridique et des modes de preuve très peu usités devant les disposition des participants de matériels leur permettant
juridictions civiles françaises là où ils sont classiquement de préparer chaque cours, lequel devra ainsi permettre aux
intervenants de répondre aux questions que les participants
mis en œuvre dans les pays de Common Law.
auront après une première prise de connaissance des
L’objectif est donc de former les participants aux réflexes, notions qui seront enseignées avant ce cours.
aux concepts et au techniques issus de la Common Law,
de manière à leur permettre d’appréhender les contentieux L’EFB sera heureuse de vous accueillir en ses locaux pour
qu’ils suivront ou auront à trancher quel que soit le droit 10 journées de formation réunissant avocats, magistrats
et juges consulaires et réparties entre les mois de mars et
régissant le litige.
juillet 2019 pour cette première édition.
Ce programme n’est pas limité aux seules personnes
appelées à plaider devant ou à siéger dans les chambres Aliénor Kamara-Cavarroc
commerciales internationales mais s’adresse également
Avocat au barreau de Paris,
aux personnes, avocats ou magistrats, ayant un intérêt pour

Directrice de la pédagogie de l’EFB,
les contentieux internationaux dans lesquels la Common

Directrice du programme.

Informations et inscriptions avocats

Tarif : 1250€ TTC - Les frais d’inscription à cette formation peuvent être pris en charge par le FIF-PL

80

heures
validées

PLANNING
22
MARS

30
MARS

13
AVRIL

9h - 13h :
William Yeago

Legal English and Contracts Drafting

9h - 18h :

22
MARS

5

Nicolas Pralica

AVRIL

Contract Law

MAI

9h - 18h :

17

Nicolas Pralica

MAI

Contract Law

21
JUIN

Lord Goldsmith QC,
Samantha J.Rowe, Patrick Taylor,
William H.Taft V, Ina C. Popova,
Antoine F. Kirry, Alexandre Bisch
Commercial Law

9h - 18h :
Nicolas Pralica
Contract Law

12

JUILLET

History of Common Law, equity, legal
action, philosophy, precedent

9h - 18h :
Jago Chanter
Torts

9h - 18h :

9h - 18h :

18

14h - 18h :
Ruth Sefton-Green

1

JUIN

6

JUILLET

Lord Goldsmith QC,
Samantha J.Rowe, Patrick Taylor,
William H.Taft V, Ina C. Popova,
Antoine F. Kirry, Alexandre Bisch
Business Organizations

9h - 18h :
Jago Chanter
Torts

9h - 18h :
Nicolas Pralica
Contract Law

9h - 18h :
Kami Haeri, Mickael Young QC

Evidentiary rules and taking of evidences in common
law (experts, witnesses, cross-examination)

A l’EFB - 1 rue Pierre-Antoine Berryer 92130 Issy-les-Moulineaux

LEGAL ENGLISH
Legal English and Contract Drafting in Common Law
The course includes :
Legal English terminology, analysis and explanation of drafting
techniques, use of contract terms and provisions, legal
vocabulary and phrases of American/UK Commercial and
Contract Law particular to international contracts in English.
To have a practical understanding of Legal English essential in
litigation and written and oral pleadings and disputes before
the courts.

William Yeago

He is the Head Teacher of the Paris EFB Language Department
and an American attorney at law. He is also an Adjunct
Professor of Law and Legal English at Paris I and II, as well
as a Presenter, Legal Language Education Advisor and coauthor at Cambridge University Assessment and Press.

Vendredi 22 mars 2019 de 9h à 13h à l’EFB

HISTORY OF
COMMON LAW
Introduction to the English Common Law
I - An historical overview
A. Philosophical, moral and linguistic influences
B. Common law and equity
C. Procedural reforms and the court structure
II - Legal actors: the legislator and the judge as law-maker
A. Statutory interpretation
B. Precedent in theory
C. Precedent in practice
III - Judicial reasoning
A. The form of judgments
B. The duty to motivate
C. Dissenting opinions

Dr Ruth Sefton-Green

Literae Humaniores (MA Oxon) is Maître de conférences of comparative private
law at the Université Paris 1 (Panthéon-Sorbonne) where she obtained her PhD
(1997) and teaches English law. Before that she qualified as a solicitor of the
Law Society of England and Wales and was admitted to the Paris bar. She was
Wainwright Senior Fellow at the Faculty of Law, McGill University (winter semester,
2012). She has also taught at Sciences Po, Paris. Her thesis La notion d’obligation
fondamentale: comparaison franco-anglaise (LGJD, 2000) was awarded the LévyUllmann prize for comparative law. She has published numerous articles and been
the editor of several books, singly and collectively, in French, English and European
law books and periodicals, on themes and issues relating to the comparative law of
obligations, remedies, judicial reasoning, legal culture, European private law, social
justice and more recently legal education.

Vendredi 22 mars 2019 de 14h à 18h à l’EFB

CONTRACT LAW
English Contract Law – Curriculum :
- Day 1: Agreement, Consideration, Promissory estoppel and Duress
- Day 2: Terms, Exemptions clauses and Misrepresentation
- Day 3: Discharge of a Contract
- Day 4: Remedies

Nicolas Pralica

He is a dual-qualified Avocat à la Cour and Barrister of England and Wales. He
specialises in international arbitration, public international law and comparative
law.
He currently acts as an assistant to several arbitrators. He was also formally an
associate in the international arbitration team of Dechert (Paris) LLP, and prior
to that, worked in the arbitration teams at Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton and
Three Crowns LLP. As such, he has significant experience in contractual disputes
in the energy, construction and oil & gas sectors.
He also holds a degree in mathematics and economics engineering from Ecole
Polytechnique and ENSAE, and previously worked as a financial analyst at a
consulting firm and as a quantitative analyst in an investment bank. As such, he
is well placed to understand both the technical and legal aspects of the cases he
works on.

Samedis 30 mars et 13 avril, vendredi 21 juin et samedi 6 juillet 2019 de 9h à 18h à l’EFB

TORTS
Common Law Torts – Curriculum :
Day 1 :
- Taxonomy of Common Law Torts;
- Negligence (Breach, Duty, Causation, Remoteness);
- Defences;
- Strict Liability Torts;
- Breach of Confidence and Privacy;
Day 2 :
- Economic Torts – Especially Conspiracy;
- Discharge of Torts;
- Limitation Periods;
- Unjust Enrichment; and
- Remedies.

Jago Chanter

He is an English solicitor, registered with the Paris Bar, who works at Dechert
LLP. He focuses his practice on international arbitration and English law.
Mr. Chanter has experience in the construction, telecommunications,
defense, energy, and gaming sectors, and has advised on proceedings in
the English Courts, proceedings under the ICC, LCIA, ICSID, and UNCITRAL
arbitral rules, as well as pre-arbitral DAB disputes under FIDIC contracts.
Mr. Chanter acts as counsel for a wide range of clients, and also sits as
secretary in arbitral proceedings. He holds a first class degree from the
University of Bristol, and a masters degree from Harvard Law School. Prior
to moving to Paris, Mr. Chanter worked at two leading London law firms,
where he concentrated on international litigation and competition law, and
completed two secondments to international banks.

Vendredi 5 avril et samedi 1er juin 2019 de 9h à 18h à l’EFB

BUSINESS
ORGANIZATIONS AND
COMMERCIAL LAW (1/2)
Day 1 : Business Organizations

- Types of Business Organizations (Corporations, Partnerships, LLCs)
- Principles of Corporate Governance
- Fiduciary Duties
- Common Issues in Business Disputes (standing; alter ego claims; corporate conspiracies)
- Common Transactions Explained and Distinguished

Day 2 : Commercial Law

- Sources of Law in Commercial Cases
- Guide to Identifying Relevant Precedent in Commercial Cases
- Claim Preclusion and Issue Preclusion
- Problems of Parallel Jurisdiction in Cross-Border Cases
- Frequently Litigated Issues Involved the Law of Sales and Complex Financial Products

Lord Goldsmith QC

He is QC, London Co-Managing Partner and Chair of European and Asian
Litigation, joined Debevoise in 2007. Lord Goldsmith served as the UK’s Attorney General
from 2001–2007, prior to which he was in private practice as one of the leading barristers in
London. He is a graduate in law from Cambridge University with double first–class honours
and a master’s from University College London. He was admitted to he Bar of England &
Wales in 1972 and New South Wales in 2010.

Samantha J.Rowe

She is a partner in the International Dispute Resolution and Business Integrity Groups,
whose practice focuses on international arbitration and public international law. She
advises clients on a broad range of international law issues, including the international
protection of investments, and represents her clients in associated disputes. Ms. Rowe
received her B.A. (Hons.) with First Class Honors in English Law and French Law from the
University of Oxford, Wadham College, a Certificat Supérieur de Droit Français from the
Université de Paris II Panthéon-Assas, and an LL.M. in International Legal Studies from
New York University. She was a scholar of Wadham College and received a Dean’s Graduate
Award at NYU.

Patrick Taylor

He is is a partner in the International Dispute Resolution Group. Mr. Taylor graduated with
an LL.B. honours law degree from Cambridge University in 2001 and was admitted as a
solicitor in England & Wales in 2005 and in Ireland in 2017. He is bi-lingual English/French,
and has a working knowledge of Spanish.
suite ...

Vendredi 17 mai et samedi 18 mai 2019 de 9h à 18h à l’EFB

BUSINESS
ORGANIZATIONS AND
COMMERCIAL LAW (2/2)
William H. Taft V

He based in the firm’s New York office, is a partner in the Litigation Department. His practice
focuses on commercial and corporate governance litigation and international arbitration.
Mr. Taft was admitted to the New York Bar in 2005. He is a member of the American Society
of International Law and has served on the International Disputes Committee of the New
York City Bar Association (2010–2013). He currently serves on the Corporation Law
Committee of the New York City Bar Association, the Program Committee of the Federal
Bar Council, the board of The Fund For Modern Courts, and the board of Manhattan Legal
Services.

Ina C. Popova

She is a partner in the firm’s International Dispute Resolution Group who focuses on
international arbitration and litigation and public international law. Ms. Popova is admitted
to practice in Paris and New York and holds advanced degrees in English law. In addition
to graduate degrees from Harvard Law School and from the University of Cambridge,
Ms. Popova received her B.A. (Hons.)(Cantab.) with First Class Honours in Law (Double
Maîtrise) from the University of Cambridge, Trinity College, and her Maîtrise en droit
comparé, mention droits anglais et français with high honors from the Université de Paris II
Panthéon-Assas. She is a Senior Scholar of Trinity College and was a Hollond Fund Scholar
at Harvard Law School.
She is a member of the Bar in Paris and in New York and is admitted to appear before the
United States District Courts for the Southern and Eastern Districts of New York.

Antoine F. Kirry

He is a partner based in the Paris office and a member of the firm’s Litigation
Group. Mr. Kirry has substantial litigation and arbitration experience, with particular
emphasis on M&A-related disputes. Mr. Kirry received a Licence d’Histoire and a
Maîtrise en Droit des Affaires in 1981 and a D.E.A. en Droit Privé in 1982 from the
University of Strasbourg, and a LL.M. from Columbia Law School in 1986. He is a
member of the Paris and New York Bars.

Alexandre Bisch

He is an international Counsel. Mr. Bisch has experience in complex domestic and
international commercial litigations.
Mr. Bisch is a graduate of ESSEC business school (2010) and holds a Masters in
Business Law from the University of Paris I-Panthéon Sorbonne (2006).
Mr. Bisch is a member of the Paris Bar. His native language is French and he is
fluent in English.

Vendredi 17 mai et samedi 18 mai 2019 de 9h à 18h à l’EFB

EVIDENTIARY RULES

EVIDENTIARY RULES AND TAKING OF EVIDENCES IN COMMON LAW :
EXPERTS, WITNESSES, CROSS-EXAMINATION
Evidence collection and disclosure is one of the main areas of procedural and cultural diversity between civil
law and common law systems. Differing approaches to key elements, such as the balance between inquisitorial
or adversarial methods, or the requirement of an adversarial testimony, have a major impact on proceedings
and their conduct.
The international chamber of the Paris Court of Appeals has undertaken to develop procedures inspired by the
common law systems. This is a key feature of its attractiveness as an international forum.
The purpose of this training session is to introduce participants to the typology and rules for the taking of
evidence in common law systems and to initiate them, through practical exercises, to the main procedures
and techniques used at hearings, including the examination of witnesses and experts (direct examination and
cross-examination).
This training session is given by partners of Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan whose practice involves using
these common law techniques on a daily basis.

Kami Haeri

He is a Partner Paris Office. Kami Haeri joined the firm’s Paris office in 2017 as Chair of Commercial
Litigation and White Collar prac-tices. Previously, he chaired August Debouzy’s Litigation,
Arbitration, and White Collar Practice. In 1997, Kami was appointed to the prestigious Conférence
du Stage, the French Bar’s 200+ year old moot court competition, which annually selects the
12 best candidates out of more than 150 applicants. Kami is a former member of the Paris Bar
council, where he served from 2011 to 2013. Kami also regularly serves on the faculty of several
Universities and Institutions: he teaches “Dispute Resolution” at Sciences-Po Paris, “Litigation
Strategies and Tactics” at the Paris Bar School and “Criminal Procedure” at the University of Cergy.
As an attorney, Kami has lectured on a variety of subjects including compliance, criminal liability of
entities, class actions, digital transformation in the legal professions, trial practice and cri-minal law.
In October 2016, French Minister of Justice Jean-Jacques Urvoas commissioned Kami to draft a
comprehensive report on “The Future of French Lawyers”. The 130-page report includes 50 proposals
covering topics such as legal education, ethics, digital transformation, management of law firms and
has garnered much praise within the legal community in France and across Europe.

Michael Young

He is a Partner and Queen’s Counsel specialising in international arbitration. He is one of the leading
practitioners in the market worldwide, joining Quinn Emanuel in 2017 from Allen & Overy LLP (where he
was Global Co-Head of their arbitration practice). He is a first-class law graduate of both Cambridge
and Oxford Universities, and acts as a Vice-President of the ICC Court of Arbitration. He is a leading
advocate – re-gularly arguing cases before arbitral tribunals and experts – and has been on the
Executive Committee of the Federation for International Arbitration Advocacy since its inception
(where he has taught advocacy classes around the world). Michael sits frequently as an arbitrator
himself. He has also written and spoken widely on arbitration issues, as well as teaching at the
Faculty of Law at Sciences Po in Paris and at the University of London LLM arbitration programme.

Vendredi 12 juillet 2019 de 9h à 18h à l’EFB


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