Jones Day (Brussels)

Eva Monard

Jones Day (Brussels)
Lawyer (Associate)

Eva Monard has 10 years of experience assisting clients in more than 60 anti-dumping, anti-subsidy, and safeguard investigations in over 10 jurisdictions. She advises clients on obligations under EU export control laws and sanctions, assisting them in setting up compliance policies and assessing the compliance of specific transactions with their obligations to dual-use goods and sanctions. Eva defends the interests of clients such as Jindal Saw before EU institutions such as the European Commission, other administrative authorities, and before the EU courts. She successfully assisted Changshu City Standard Parts Factory and Ningbo Jinding Fastener before the Court of Justice of the European Union, obtaining an annulment of the anti-dumping duties imposed on fasteners. Eva assists governments during all stages of WTO dispute settlement proceedings before panels and the Appellate Body. In addition, she advises clients on the compatibility of legislation with WTO law and with respect to free trade agreements. Eva’s practice focuses on WTO law, EU trade law, export controls, sanctions, foreign investment screening, customs law, and EU competition law. With regard to competition law matters, she focuses particularly on cartels and merger control. Eva has been hailed in Chambers as "probably the best trade lawyer of her generation" and for her "open and straightforward style of presenting that makes people like her instantly." According to Who’s Who, Eva "stands out for her exceptional technical expertise, and is highly sought after by clients for her ‘diligent and hard-working approach’."

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Françoise Labrousse, Bernard Amory, Renato Antonini, Charles de Navacelle, Kaarli Harry Eichhorn, Eva Monard The EU Commission adopts a proposal for a regulation on foreign subsidies that might be distorting the internal market

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In Short The Situation: The European Commission ("Commission") has faced significant pressure from stakeholders to quickly address growing concerns over the distortive effects of foreign subsidies and to ensure a level playing field in the EU. The Result: As anticipated in our recent Alert, (...)

Renato Antonini, Dr. Jürgen Beninca, Matt Evans, Nicolas Brice, Eva Monard The German Government tightens foreign direct investment control in light of COVID-19 following the guidance from the EU Commission on a possible increased risk of attempts to acquire healthcare capacities

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On May 20, 2020, the German Federal government adopted the 15th amendment to the Foreign Trade and Payments Ordinance (AWV). The changes to the AWV will be effective shortly, after publication in the Federal Gazette. Prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic, the amendment expands the scope of (...)

Yvan N. Desmedt, Laurent de Muyter, Eva Monard, Alexandre G. Verheyden The EU Commission endorses the toolbox of mitigating measures aiming to secure 5G network in the Union due to alleged ties between certain telecom equipment suppliers and foreign governments

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In January 2020, the European Commission endorsed the Toolbox of mitigating measures agreed by the Member States of the European Union to address security risks related to the rollout of 5G. The protection of national security, and cybersecurity in particular, are unquestionably legitimate (...)

Renato Antonini, Dr. Jürgen Beninca, Nicolas Brice, Eva Monard, Stefano Crosio, Byron Maniatis, Federico Merino The EU Parliament establishes a framework for the screening of foreign direct investments into the EU

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On 21 March 2019, Regulation (EU) 2019/452 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 19 March 2019 establishing a framework for the screening of foreign direct investments into the Union (“FDI Regulation”) was published in the Official Journal of the European Union. The FDI Regulation (...)

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