Charlotte Nassogne possesses "excellent client-handling and analytic skills" and is "very quick and responsive", say sources.
Charlotte Nassogne is senior counsel in Van Bael & Bellis' Brussels office. Her practice focuses on EU competition law.
Charlotte advises on a wide variety of competition law matters, including dominant market positions, compliance programmes, cartel investigations, private damages actions, merger control and other commercial arrangements (such as distribution, technology licensing, R&D, joint ventures and cooperation agreements).
Recent work highlights include assisting a large Japanese multinational in securing full immunity from fines under the Commission's leniency programme. This involved assisting the client through the Commission's settlement procedure during the European Commission's investigation into the automotive bearings cartel and coordinating the defence of follow-on damages claims in various jurisdictions. Charlotte was also on the team that represented the Umicore group in the French Competition Authority's investigation into allegations of anticompetitive practices and abuse of dominant position in the building products sector.
Her practice covers a broad range of sectors, including basic industries, automotive, retail and food, building materials, chemicals and financial services, among others.
She regularly represents international clients before the European Commission and national competition authorities in Belgium and France.
Charlotte completed her LLM in European Union business law at the University of Amsterdam. She also holds a Certificate in Legal Studies from the University of Aberdeen and a Master of Laws from the University of Brussels. She is a member of the Brussels Bar.