Team

Taoufik Lachheb

Taoufik is a graduate of the Ecole Polytechnique and has experience in managing large international projects in the shipbuilding, nuclear and mining sectors.

For the past ten years, he has been regularly appointed as an expert for parties in the context of international arbitrations, particularly on the issues of quantifying the damage resulting from delays or losses of productivity. He thus assists project owners, prime contractors, and general contractors throughout the process of prevention and/or resolution of their disputes.

Taoufik is an accredited mediator by the Paris Mediation and Arbitration Centre and also acts as a moderator or facilitator in order to provide objective insight into the technical and non-technical issues that constitute the complexity of the construction dispute.

Biography

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Frédéric has extensive experience in dispute management in construction, energy, and IT. After working as a project manager and then as a planning manager in the construction and industry sectors, he has devoted himself to Contract & Claim Management and to delay and quantum expertise.

Frédéric is involved throughout the contractual cycle: from the upstream phase (risk analyses, contractual strategy, assistance in drafting contracts) to the implementation phase (notifications, contractual monitoring, coaching), as well as assistance in the event of disputes and litigation.

Mediator at the Paris Appeal Court (2018) and inter-company mediator at CMAP (Centre de Médiation et d’Arbitrage de Paris) since 2010, he puts his cultural experiences and projects at the service of dispute resolution.

He is regularly called upon as an independent expert in international arbitrations, for forensic analysis of delays and evaluation of financial damages.

Frederic Berjot

Khalid Lachheb

Khalid is an engineer from the Ecole Polytechnique and regularly acts in international arbitration proceedings as a delay or quantum expert (i.e. financial loss).

He assists actors involved in complex projects in the prevention and management of risks and critical situations throughout the project life cycle (pre-project, execution, or operation). As a result, he can act as an advisor, auditor, negotiator, or adjudicator.