Dr. Jan Remy is an international trade lawyer who, over the course of her fifteen year career, has advised governments and private stakeholders on international trade matters, with a focus on dispute settlement under the auspices of the World Trade Organization (WTO). She has also worked closely with government and private clients to promote and defend their interests in the negotiation of international, regional and bilateral trade agreements and through her varied and rich experience, has built an international network comprising legal and economic practitioners, academics and negotiators from across the globe.
Jan Yves’ most recent work experience was at Sidley Austin’s Geneva office, where she worked as a Senior Trade Associate, on partnership track, for a period of five years. Whilst there, she worked closely with other members of the firm’s International Trade and International Arbitration groups on a range of international trade and dispute resolution matters.
Jan Yves’ recent representations included matters involving sovereign governments engaged in high-profile ongoing disputes at the panel and appellate stages of WTO dispute settlement. Jan Yves also provided negotiating and policy advice on the legal and policy implications of Brexit; on the impact of the Donald Trump Presidency; on matters relating to the loss of corresponding banking relationships by some Caribbean banks; on international financial regulatory matters; on the impact of climate change; on the impact of fisheries subsidies.
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