In its legal column written for the magazine Préventique, the Grenier Avocats law firm wonders about the place of reference that Paris could occupy in the territory of the European Union, in a context of the occurrence of Brexit, with regard specifically to disputes which may arise in commercial matters.
It should be noted that two courts were recently created in Paris : the CIP (Chambres Internationales de Paris). Because of their referral method, the procedure and the scope of their decisions, they have the power to deal with commercial disputes within the EU.
Thus, can these two jurisdictions take power ? How can they work ? Replies with Patrice Grenier (Lawyer, founder of the Grenier Avocats law firm) and Karel Roynette (Lawyer at the Bar in Paris and New York, Grenier Avocats law firm).