In: Swiss Review of Business and Financial Market Law (SZW/RSDA) 4/2020, pp. 449-459
Caroline Dos SantosAssociate
NationalitySwiss, Brazilian, Italian
LanguagesFrench , Portuguese , English , Spanish
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Caroline dos Santos joined LALIVE in 2017. Her main area of practice is international arbitration, both commercial and investor-state. She is a member of several professional associations, including the Swiss Arbitration Association (ASA) and ASA Below 40.
Prior to joining LALIVE, Caroline dos Santos trained and worked as an associate in litigation in Geneva (2014-2016). She has also worked as a research assistant at the University of Lausanne in commercial law in 2013.
Caroline dos Santos holds an LL.M. (with First Class Honours) from University College London (2017), a Master’s degree (magna cum laude) from the University of Lausanne (2013), and a Certificate of Advanced Studies in Legal Professions from the University of Geneva (2014).
Chronique de jurisprudence suisse – Loi fédérale sur le droit international privé (LDIP) (2011-2019) (2e partie)Jean-Paul Vulliéty, Joséphine Auberjonois, Caroline Dos Santos, Grégoire Geissbühler, Benoît Arthur Mauron, Roxane Pedrazzini, Noémie Raetzo, Simine Sheybani, Sébastien Zulian, Hannes Meyle, 2020
In: Journal du droit international (Clunet)
Revista Brasileira de Arbitragem, Volume XVI, Issue 61, 2019
ASA Bulletin, Volume 37, No. 1, 2019
The RFC Seraing’s saga goes on: arbitration clause contained in FIFA’s statutes held invalid under Belgian lawCaroline Dos Santos, 2018
ASA Bulletin, Volume 36, No. 4, 2018
Swiss Federal Supreme Court Confirms Independence of CAS : Note on Decision 4A_260/2017 of 20 February 2018Caroline Dos Santos, 2018
ASA Bulletin, Volume 36, No. 2, 2018
ASA Bulletin, Volume 35, No. 4, December 2017
In: Leo Staub (Ed.), Beiträge zu aktuellen Themen an der Schnittstelle zwischen Recht und Betriebswirtschaft III, Schultess, Zurich, 2017, pp. 207-231
“Banking and finance disputes: to arbitrate or not to arbitrate, that is the question” An article co-authored by Nicolas Ollivier and Caroline dos Santos
The Swiss Federal Supreme Court partially annuls final award on the ground of ultra petita (Article 190 al. 2 lit. c PILA)