Camille Cretin is an associate within the International Dispute Resolution Practice Group based in the Paris office. He advises and represents clients in commercial litigation, industrial risk and insurance litigation, as well as in international commercial arbitration.

Camille assists companies from varying sectors and industries in resolving their commercial disputes, whether amicably or through representation in courts or arbitration.

He also regularly assists clients in expert appraisal proceedings and represents them in industrial risk litigation matters, involving product liability, environmental liability and insurance issues.

Prior to joining the firm, Camille worked in the litigation and energy and natural resources disputes departments of a global law firm, as well as in the French subsidiary of a major Czech energy company.

Camille is fluent in French, English and Spanish.

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  • Representing a Saudi company in a Paris-seated ICC arbitration brought by a French company under a contract for the construction of a logistics hub and the provision of services in the military sector (claim and counterclaim totaling over €140 million).
  • Regularly advising and representing a French energy company in relation to disputes arising out of contracts for the supply of natural gas.
  • Advising and representing an insurer in multiple cases of fire arising from solar panels, involving complex insurance, product liability and international private law issues.
  • Advising and representing an insurer and its insured in a case arising from a fire at the insured’s industrial plant and involving pollution issues.
  • Representing a French seller in a US$2.2 million claim brought against Canadian purchasers in relation to a Share Purchase Agreement.
  • Assisting the president of an Arbitral Tribunal in the decision-making process and in the drafting of the award and procedural orders in an arbitration under the European Development Funds rules, seated in an African capital, between a Portuguese company and an African state over a highway construction project.


  • University of Montpellier, Master II, International Trade Law, 2019
  • University of Montpellier, Master I, Business Law, 2018


  • Paris, 2022


  • English
  • French
  • Spanish
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