Marie-Hélène Bartoli is an attorney in Alerion's Litigation, arbitration and white collar crime practice. She advises and represents clients before domestic courts and arbitral tribunals in relation with commercial disputes, as well as white-collar crime. She has developed a specific expertise in complex international disputes and international commercial arbitration.
Prior to joining Alerion in 2020, Marie-Hélène worked for nine years as an associate in the Dispute Resolution team at Gide Loyrette Nouel.
A member of the Paris Bar, she holds a Master's degree in Litigation, arbitration and ADR from Paris II Panthéon-Assas University and a Master's degree in Business law from Paris Dauphine University.
Marie-Hélène is a member of the ICC Young Arbitrators Forum and the CFA-40, and is a co-winner of the Best Award prize of the 2016 Young Arbitrators Match.
She has written an article titled “Résistances à l’exécution d’une sentence CCI: compétence de l’arbitre pour réparer le préjudice du créancier… amputé des frais de justice générés par l’exécution” published in Revue de l’Arbitrage 2020, 2nd issue.