Charlotte Van Haute is a member of the firm's EU law practice. Her focus is on EU trade and customs matters, and EU sanctions issues. She works with classification, origin, valuation and GSP issues, as well as providing advice in relation to existing free trade agreements and FTAs currently in negotiation. As part of her work in sanctions/export controls, Charlotte advises multinationals on a wide range of matters including compliance and enforcement of sanctions.
Her experience also includes advising clients in various EU anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigations and several annulment proceedings before the European Court of Justice. She has assisted governments in WTO proceedings related to trade defense measures and the Information Technology Agreement (ITA). Charlotte has also advised producer organizations on a broad range of EU regulatory matters.
LLM, International Economic Law and Policy, University of Barcelona, cum laude, 2009
Master of Laws, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, cum laude, 2008
Publications and Speaking Engagements
"The European Union's sanctions regime", presentation at the ERA conference on WTO and EU Trade law, Trier, 13-14 May 2013
Case T- 498/04- Zhejiang Xinan Chemical Industrial Group Co. Ltd v. Council of the European Union, CFI Judgment of 17 June 2009' (2009) 4 Global Trade and Customs Journal, Issue 11/12, pp. 405–408