Maud Elezam is an Associate in the International Arbitration Group in Paris.
Her practice focuses on commercial, investment and construction arbitration.
Maud's recent experience includes:
Representing a European state-owned company in ICC proceedings relating to the construction of a nuclear power plant.
Representing a UAE company in ICC proceedings relating to the interpretation of a department store's lease agreement.
Representing a private party in an ICC dispute relating to a construction project in Northern Europe.
Maud has also been involved in the Jessup Moot Court competition.
Prior to joining White & Case, Maud acquired experience in international aviation litigation in a firm in Los Angeles, as well as white collar litigation experience in a major law firm in Paris.
International Jurisdictional Conflicts in Montreal Convention Cases: What are the Consequences for the Doctrine of Forum Non Conveniens, Aircraft Builders Council Law Report, Fall 2012, (co-author with Stephen Tucker)