Charlotte specialises in pre-litigation counselling and domestic and international dispute resolution concerning a broad range of matters, including commercial and contractual matters, tort liability, insurance law, transport law and (international) sale of goods.
Charlotte has detailed experience in drafting different types of commercial agreements, in particular (exclusive) distribution, agency, franchise and brokerage agreements in a national and international context and has in-depth knowledge of the termination of such agreements.
Charlotte also has wide experience in insurance matters, particularly regarding disputes concerning insurance coverage, agreements with insurance intermediaries, and advice on the general and special conditions of insurance undertakings, including reinsurance undertakings.
Charlotte obtained a Master of Laws from the Universiteit Antwerpen. She also holds a Master in Comparative International and European Law from the Universiteit Maastricht. At King’s College, London, she gained an LL.M. in European Union Law.
She participated in the ELSA EMC² Moot Court Competition in 2012.
Selection of publications:
- “Artikelsgewijze commentaar bij artikel 40 – artikel 59 Brussel I – Verordening”, in Internationaal Privaatrecht Duiding, 2014, Gent, Larcier, 89 – 105. (with I. Couwenberg, A. Hansebout and L. Vanfraechem (eds.))
- Artikelsgewijze commentaar bij artikelen 1034bis-1034sexies Ger.W., in Duiding Burgerlijk Procesrecht Deel II, 2017, Gent, Larcier, 328 – 331 (with P. Dauw, Beatrijs Deconinck and B. Wylleman (eds.))
- A. HANSEBOUT and C. VERMEERSCH, “Ceci n’est pas une concession de vente”, RABG 2016, 8 – 9, 565-568