Daniel Cohen is an associate professor at the University of Paris II (Panthéon-Assas), where he is the director of the Master 2 International Economic Relations Law and the Llm International Business Law (Paris-Singapore), and teaches corporate law, international trade law and international arbitration. He is the author of numerous publications (Arbitrage et société, Lgdj, 1993 ; "Arbitrage et groupes de contrats", Rev. arb. 1997 ; "L’engagement des sociétés à l’arbitrage", ibid. 2006 ; "Indépendance des arbitres et conflits d’intérêts", ibid. 2011 ; etc. ; notes de jurisprudence), and is a member of the French Committee of Private International Law and the French National Committee of the International Chamber of Commerce. He frequently acts as chairman, co-arbitrator or sole arbitrator (ICC, UNCITRAL, AFA, CEPANI, etc. ; ad hoc) ; domestic or international ; in French or English.