Three Crowns’ Paris office has been recognised in Le Point’s guide to the leading law firms in France for 2022. The firm was awarded the highest ranking of five stars for international arbitration.
Le Point, in partnership with Statista, publishes an independent annual guide to the leading law firms based on the recommendations of 5,000 lawyers, clients, and jurists.
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ABOUT GEORGIOS PETROCHILOS QC
Georgios has a broad practice spanning more than two decades and covering inter-State, investment, and commercial disputes. He has represented States, international organisations, and private parties in more than 70 disputes, including several appearances in the International Court of Justice. Georgios has published extensively on international law and international arbitration.
ABOUT TODD WETMORE
Qualified in civil and common law, Todd has over 25 years of experience handling some of the largest and most complex commercial cases. He regularly acts as counsel in the oil & gas, technology, manufacturing, mining, and commodities sectors, and is a recognised specialist in infrastructure and construction disputes. Todd is a Vice-President of the ICC Court of Arbitration.
ABOUT KATHRYN KHAMSI
Kathryn acts for corporate clients and States in all types of disputes. She is particularly sought after in high value disputes that raise complex issues of fact and law. Kathryn also sits as arbitrator and was recently appointed to the ICSID Panel of Arbitrators. She has lectured and published extensively on questions of international arbitration and public international law.
ABOUT SHAPARAK SALEH
Shaparak has acted as counsel in a large number of commercial arbitrations both ad hoc and institutional. Her experience includes post-M&A disputes, and disputes in the construction, energy, aeronautics, space, telecommunications, food, chemicals, and pharmaceutical sectors, relating to projects in Asia, the Middle East, Africa, and Europe. Shaparak also has broad experience in pre- and post-arbitration litigation before the French courts.« Back