Gloria Lombardo is an associate at Gaillard Banifatemi Shelbaya Disputes.
Gloria has advised and represented companies and State-owned entities in commercial arbitrations under the Rules of the ICC.
Gloria is or was part of the team advising and/or representing:
An international joint venture in an ICC arbitration in Paris against an oil field services provider. The dispute arises from an EPC contract for the construction of upstream facilities in Africa. Issues include liability for delay, additional works and disruption. Over USD 700 million is at stake.
An industrial project development company, owner, in a mediation administered by the ICC between our client and a European company concerning complex engineering issues in relation to the development of a port.
An African petrochemical company on various claims raised in relation to the construction of defulsurization unit in a refinery.
An African NOC in the negotiation of the purchase of a majority stake in an oil services company, the reorganisation of the target company’s debts as well as the associated capital raise.
A European investor in an ICC arbitration in Paris against the Republic of Kosovo. The dispute arose from investments in petrol stations and petrol storage facilities. The claims were brought, inter alia, under the 2014 Kosovo Foreign Investment Law.
Université Panthéon-Assas Paris II, Master in International Business Law (honors)
Université Panthéon-Assas Paris II, Master in Business Law (honors)