Remy Gerbay joins MoloLamken from Enyo Law

October 16, 2017 (PRLEAP.COM) Business News
(New York) October 16, 2017 MoloLamken LLP, a premier US litigation boutique, announces today that Dr. Remy Gerbay, previously at UK international disputes boutique Enyo Law LLP, has joined its New York office as Counsel.

Dr. Gerbay is an accomplished international arbitration law expert who was previously Deputy Registrar in the London Court of International Arbitration. Prior to that, Dr. Gerbay was an attorney with Herbert Smith Freehills in London and Paris, having started his career at a United Nations agency in Switzerland. Most recently, Dr. Gerbay was named a 2017 "Future Leader" of arbitration by Who's Who Legal (UK).

"Remy is an accomplished advocate and arbitrator. He brings with him a deep understanding of the international and UK arbitration landscapes. He will be a great asset to our clients as we help them navigate the increasingly complex world of international disputes," said partner Steven Molo.

Partner Jeffrey Lamken added: "We are delighted to welcome Remy to the firm. He is considered a rising star in the international arbitration field. His experience and credentials fit well with the outstanding team we are building."

Gerbay commented: "MoloLamken's stellar reputation for advocacy, its lack of conflicts, and its global outlook are compelling. I am excited to be joining such a strong team and pre-eminent firm."

About Dr. Remy Gerbay
Dr. Remy Gerbay's practice focuses on cross-border commercial disputes, international investment disputes, as well as related litigation. He holds a permanent academic appointment in international arbitration law at the University of London (Queen Mary).

He has authored and co-authored several respected books on arbitration, including The Functions of Arbitral Institutions (Kluwer, 2016) and Arbitration under the 2014 LCIA Rules: A User's Guide (Kluwer, 2015).

He is an immediate past Co-Chair of the LCIA's Young International Arbitration Group and a member of the editorial boards of the Journal of International Arbitration and the ICC Bulletin.

Securing Victories and Achieving Growth
MoloLamken continues to build a track record of success in courtrooms across the United States. In July, the firm won reversal of former New York State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver's conviction on public corruption charges in the U.S. Court of Appeals. Earlier in the year, a trial court found for its hedge fund clients in a $500 million dispute concerning the distribution process in a mortgage-backed securities settlement involving Bank of America and Countrywide. It also achieved a major win in the U.S. Supreme Court in Ziglar v. Abbasi, a case involving government officials invoking immunity. The firm also recently won a major arbitration-related victory in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the government of Laos.

MoloLamken also recently announced that highly regarded federal prosecutor Megan Church joined the firm as a partner. Church served in the U.S. Attorney's Office in Chicago for more than nine years, most recently as a deputy chief of the office's Financial Crimes and General Crimes sections. She led a number of high-profile investigations and prosecutions including the case that led to the conviction of a former Chicago Public Schools Chief Executive on public corruption charges.

There are five new associates also joining the firm. They have completed clerkships for judges on the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Second, Fourth, Eighth, District of Columbia, and Federal Circuits.

About MoloLamken
MoloLamken was formed in October 2009 to focus exclusively on representing clients in complex disputes business litigation, intellectual property litigation, white collar criminal and regulatory matters for clients throughout the world. The firm has offices in New York, Chicago, and Washington, D.C.

The firm and its lawyers have been consistently ranked highly by such organizations as Chambers and Partners, Lawdragon, Benchmark Litigation, Super Lawyers, Legal 500, Best Lawyers in America, Leading Lawyers, and Vault. It has been named a top 10 firm on the National Law Journal Litigation Boutiques Hot List.

Founding partners Steven Molo and Jeffrey Lamken developed national reputations based on courtroom successes at large full-service firms. The firm's approach is premised on the belief that complex litigation is most effectively handled by smaller teams comprised of smart, highly experienced lawyers focused on results. Rather than the traditional hourly billing method, MoloLamken prefers value-based fee arrangements that provide clients with predictability and reward the firm for results. Its clients include leading corporations, boards, funds, investors, inventors, executives, individuals, and foreign sovereigns.

"High-powered litigation boutique," Above the Law. "One of the top litigation firms in the U.S.," Benchmark Litigation. "Top-notch attorneys with superlative skills," Legal 500. "All-star litigation shop," Law360. "An elite litigation shop," "One of the country's most prestigious litigation boutiques," Lawdragon.

For more information please visit

Steven Molo, MoloLamken LLP, New York Office, 212-607-8170

Rosh Field, Brunswick Group, London, +44-20-7404-5959

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