Practice areas

  • International litigation
  • Enforcement of foreign awards and judgments
  • International business law

Martin Brasart specialises in international business litigation.

Admitted to the Paris Bar, Martin advises and represents clients in connection with the recognition and enforcement of arbitral awards and foreign judgments, as well as in support of arbitration or foreign court proceedings.

Prior to joining Archipel as an associate in 2020, Martin worked within the international arbitration and commercial disputes teams of two Anglo-Saxon firms in Paris. He holds a Master degree in Global economic governance from Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne University, and an LLM in International law from the City University of Hong Kong.

Martin speaks French and English.

Recent projects

Counsel of a major European pharmaceutical company for the enforcement in France and Switzerland of an English judgment and freezing orders against fraudsters

Counsel of a North-American financial advisory firm for urgent interim attachments in France to secure the payment of fees relating to an M&A transaction and obtaining a payment order against the debtor

Counsel of a Middle Eastern energy company for the enforcement of an LCIA Award against a French debtor

Counsel of a Northern European Bank for the definition and implementation of an enforcement strategy in France against a group of Middle-Eastern and French individual before the launch of multiple LCIA arbitrations and domestic proceedings (interim measures) and after the awards and judgments have been obtained (enforcement)

Counsel to a South-East Asian steel company for the enforcement of an ICC Award against a European company

Counsel of a Franco-African businessman for the enforcement of an LCIA award against an African state rendered in the context of a dispute relating to the construction a major logistical hub

Counsel of the liquidator of a major bankrupt European tech company for the registration of an interim mortgage over a real estate property located in France to secure the future enforcement of a court order to be issued against a former director of the bankrupt company

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