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Aline Doussin

Hogan Lovells (London), Hogan Lovells (Paris)

Aline Doussin joined Hogan Lovells in 2018. She heads the UK trade team. As a dual-qualified lawyer (Avocat au Barreau de Paris and Solicitor in England and Wales), she divides her time between Paris and London and assists companies on the full range of international trade law and policy issues, including export control, sanctions, anti-money laundering, customs, trade compliance, trade remedies, and anti-corruption. She helps clients on compliance with EU trade laws, export controls, sanctions and embargoes laws, but also extra-territorial application of foreign laws, incl. ITAR and EAR compliance. She advises, with our U.S. partners, on the application of U.S. sanctions to European clients’ operations, and assists with investigations and disclosure to competent regulators for breaches of sanctions and export control laws. Aline Doussin regularly advises companies and trade associations on all customs-related issues, and Brexit contingency planning. She also focuses on the EU legal framework for free movement of goods and services, and regularly advises on EU internal market laws, including CE marking obligations and the rules that apply to the placement of products on the EU market. Aline Doussin is a member of Hogan Lovells’ Brexit Committee, and a representative of France to the Council of Bars and Law Societies of Europe (CCBE). In 21019, she was appointed by the UK Government to the Department of International Trade ("DIT") – Expert Trade Advisory Group.

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Aline Doussin, Eleni Theodoropoulou, Imogen Brooks, Lourdes Catrain, Falk Schöning The EU Commission issues guidance to Member States concerning foreign direct investment during the COVID-19 outbreak


The disruption linked to COVID-19 already affects the global economy significantly, including M&A transactions in Europe and across the globe. On the regulatory side, many deals face challenges caused by national authorities’ reduced capacities, while some authorities struggle to uphold (...)

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