Mathieu GRANGES, Dr. iur.

Associate
Languages
    French, English, German, Italian
Bar admission

Geneva Bar (2015)

Contact details

mgranges@pplex.ch

+41 22 702 15 15

+41 22 702 14 43

Specialized in arbitration and litigation with good skills in international private law, Mathieu also has strong expertise in commercial cases, in particular in commercial contracts law, labor law, real estate and lease law. In connection with insolvency law, he provides advice and assistance notably in asset freezing proceedings, composition proceedings and bankruptcy stay proceedings.

Education

  • University of Geneva (Ph.D., 2009-2013)
  • University of Geneva (Certificate of Advanced Studies in the Legal Profession, 2013)
  • University of Cambridge (Visiting Scholar, 2012-2013)
  • University of Geneva and the University of Basel (Bilingual Masters degree, Magna Cum Laude, 2008)
  • University of Geneva including an exchange (ERASMUS) at the Humboldt University of Berlin (Bachelors of Law, 2007)

Positions Held

  • Secondee Associate, Clyde & Co LLP, London (2017)
  • Associate, PYTHON (2015 to date)
  • Trainee, PYTHON (2014 to 2015)
  • Research and Teaching Assistant at Geneva University’s Law Faculty, Department of International Private Law and Support for the Geneva Master in International Dispute Settlement (2008 to 2013)
  • Internship, Ahnefeld und Kollegen, Legal Services, Berlin (2007)

Memberships

  • Geneva Bar Association
  • Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA) and ASA below 40
  • Member of the Counsel of the Geneva University’s Law Faculty, Representation of the Research and Teaching Assistants (2010-2013)

Selected Publications

  • Les intérêts moratoires en arbitrage international, PhD Thesis, Schulthess / LGDJ, Collection genevoise, 2014, p. 343

Speeches

  • Jurisdiction over set-off defenses arising out of contracts that are subject to another arbitration clause  (cf. 4A_482/2010) – Practical Application and Solutions, ASA below 40, Seminar, Swiss Case Law Series, September 14th, 2018
  • The conflict of characterizations of the concept of interest in international arbitration, in PhD school in International Private Law: the third French speaking Cycle, organized by the Swiss western University Conference (CUSO), March 24th, 2011, Neuchâtel