Eric Borysewicz is a senior counsel in the Firm’s Litigation and Arbitration Practice Group in Paris. He represents clients in dispute resolution proceedings before state jurisdictions, as well as internal and international arbitration proceedings under ICC rules and other arbitration institutions. Before joining the Firm, Eric was the managing partner of the dispute resolution/international arbitration practice of Courtois Lebel. He has also worked in the arbitration department of Gide Loyrette Nouel.
Eric focuses his practice on risk management issues, routinely advising on major litigation involving industrial and infrastructure projects, damages and claims as well as product liability litigation. He also assists clients with post-acquisition litigation and unfair competition and reputation piracy and advises on a broad range of transactional matters. He is highly regarded for drafting and negotiating complex industrial and infrastructure project agreements, as well as renegotiating existing agreements following an unforeseen change in circumstances.
- New York~United States (1992)
- Paris~France (1988)
- Columbia Law School (LL.M.) (1985)
- University of Aix-Marseille (DEA Private Law) (1984)
- University of Aix-Marseille (Maitrise in Private Law) (1982)
Eric Borysewicz is the author of International subcontracting and the Act of 31 December 1975: a tricky combination. He has also written numerous articles, whose most of which have been published in the "Law" section of the daily finance and business newspaper Les Echos.
He is a speaker in numerous conferences including in the framework of the ALFA network (American Law Firm Association) principally in the field of product liability and international litigation.