Philippe Leboulanger is the founding partner of Leboulanger & Associés.
An acknowledged expert in international arbitration, Philippe has been a leading practitioner since 1975. He has handled hundreds of commercial and investment arbitration cases with various applicable laws (under civil and common law legal systems) and parties from all over the world. His extensive experience covers various business sectors, notably hotel management, energy, oil and gas, construction and turnkey projects, state contracts, sales, commodities, distributorship, agency, franchising, licensing, corporate, technology, telecommunications, intellectual property, transport, pharmaceuticals, aeronautics, banking and finance.
Philippe has acted as presiding arbitrator, sole arbitrator, co-arbitrator, counsel and legal expert in arbitration cases conducted under the auspices of all major institutions (notably ICC, LCIA, ICSID, PCA, CRCICA, DIAC, CCJA/OHADA, SCAI) as well as in ad hoc arbitrations (notably under the UNCITRAL Rules). He also represents clients in post-arbitration proceedings (setting aside of awards, enforcement proceedings, etc) before the French courts.
In addition, he is the author of numerous publications and is a frequent lecturer and visiting professor in international arbitration at several law schools worldwide.
Philippe also holds key positions within various international arbitration institutions. He is the former president of the Comité français de l’arbitrage (CFA); vice president of the Cairo Regional Centre for International Commercial Arbitration (CRCICA) advisory committee; member of the CRCICA board of trustees; member of the ICC Institute of World Business Law; and member of the ICC French committee.