Valériane Oreamuno

Trained in France, Mrs Oreamuno worked as a Legal Counsel for the trade office of the French Embassy in Mexico before completing her bar qualification and joining a major Swiss law firm specialized in international arbitration in 2010. She was part of the international arbitration team, working on both investment and commercial arbitration cases for over 5 years. She worked on disputes conducted under various applicable laws and administered under various arbitration rules. She joined the Swiss Chambers’ Arbitration Institution (SCAI) in 2016, where she was in charge of the Geneva office of the institution and was named national technical supervisor for the three offices of the Secretariat of the Court of SCAI. Mrs Oreamuno made a career move in early 2019 to join an alternative legal provider, in Switzerland, as a Program Coordinator. She now heads a team of legal researchers spread across five jurisdictions.
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Enforcement of arbitral awards in Switzerland
Practice Note

This Practice Note considers the recognition and enforcement of international arbitral (arbitration) awards in Switzerland under Swiss law. This process may be referred to as: enforcing arbitral awards though the Swiss national courts; recognising and enforcing arbitral awards in Swiss courts; enforcing international arbitration awards in Switzerland; enforcement of foreign commercial awards in Switzerland.

Interim remedies in support of arbitration in Switzerland
Practice Note

This Practice Note sets out the interim remedies (measures or relief; or provisional, conservatory and emergency measures) available in support of arbitration proceedings (the arbitral process) in Switzerland from both the tribunal and the courts and how to apply for those remedies under Swiss law.

Practice areas

Membership

  • CEA-40 (Club Espaol del Arbitraje)
  • ArbitralWomen
  • ASA below 40

Panel

  • Specialist Panel

Education

  • Paris Bar (2010)
  • University of Paris XI 2000-2004 masters in law, specialization: Public European and Internat
  • Geneva Bar (Foreign Lawyer): 2012

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