Since its inception, the law firm BETTO SERAGLINI has aspired to excellence in the field of international dispute resolution, in both arbitration and international commercial litigation, by offering a high value-added and personalised service for our clients. This dedication to excellence is present in every facet of its know-how and encapsulates the founding values of the firm: hard work, refined sectoral expertise, strategic tenacity, a strong commitment to its clients and the utmost respect for confidentiality.
This tradition of excellence rests equally on the considerable experience of the team in handling both sensitive and complex matters. This experience has conferred on the team an expertise in conducting proceedings before International Arbitral institutions and the French Courts.
Driven by experts with complementary skill sets, the boutique firm comprises twenty specialists, six of whom are partners: Jean-Georges Betto is recognized by the legal press as a market leader. Professor Christophe Seraglini is an author of various publications in the areas of law at the core of the firm’s activity. Gaëlle Le Quillec is considered by her peers to be amongst the best Lawyers of her generation and has generated recognized practices in arbitration and litigation. Julien Fouret is especially known for his work in investment arbitration. BETTO SERAGLINI welcomed as partners former French Minister of Justice Dominique Perben in 2017 and Gaëlle Filhol in 2018 and confirms its positioning as a specialist of complex international disputes.
BETTO SERAGLINI works with members of Quadrant Chambers, a leading set of barristers specialized in arbitration, on cases with a need for common law expertise.
BETTO SERAGLINI has particular competence in the fields of engineering, construction, defense, aviation, infrastructures, energy and reinsurance, and is proud that many leading international companies in these sectors have chosen to place their trust in our firm.
We do not accept cases adverse to the interests of our clients. The firm invoices only pre-agreed fixed fees, and offers free training to in-house counsel on international arbitration and civil procedures.