Van Bael & Bellis (Brussels)

Charlotte Nassogne

Van Bael & Bellis (Brussels)
Senior Counsel

Charlotte Nassogne is senior counsel in Van Bael & Bellis’ Brussels office. Charlotte’s practice focuses on competition law. She advises on a wide variety of competition law matters, including dominant market positions, compliance programmes, cartel investigations, merger control and other commercial arrangements (such as distribution, technology licensing, R&D, joint ventures and cooperation agreements). Her practice covers a broad range of sectors, including basic industries, automotive, retail and food, building materials, chemicals and financial services, among others. Charlotte regularly represents international clients before the European Commission and national competition authorities in Belgium and France. She also played a key role in the development of a competition compliance training DVD entitled “Complying with EU competition law”, a practical training tool which is used as part of a complete compliance programme and which won first prize in the “Training and Education” category at the 2005 International Creusot Festival. Charlotte Nassogne speaks English and French.

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408 Bulletin

Elias Olsson, Margot Vogels, Charlotte Nassogne The EU Court of Justice clarifies the scope of the right to full compensation and the recourse to judicial estimation of damages under the Damages Directive (Tráficos Manuel Ferrer)


On 16 February 2023, the Court of Justice of the European Union (“ECJ”) handed down a preliminary ruling in Case C-312/21 (Tráficos Manuel Ferrer) which clarified the circumstances under which the exercise of the right to full compensation is rendered ‘practically impossible or excessively (...)

Margot Vogels, Charlotte Nassogne The EU Court of Justice rules that ‘relevant evidence’ under the Damages Directive is not limited to pre-existing documents (PACCAR / DAF Trucks / AD and others)


On 10 November 2022, the European Court of Justice (“ECJ”) clarified the meaning of ‘relevant evidence’ within the meaning of Directive 2014/104/EU of 26 November 2014 on certain rules governing actions for damages under national law for infringements of the competition law provisions (“Damages (...)

Charlotte Nassogne The Belgian Competition Council adopts new fining guidelines


In a press release issued on 6 January 2012, the Belgian Competition Council announced the adoption on 19 December 2011 of new Guidelines regarding the calculation of fines for EU and Belgian competition law infringements (the “Guidelines”). The Guidelines describe the methodology that the (...)

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