Charlotte Bastin is part of our International Arbitration and Dispute Resolution Practice.
Charlotte assists clients in international arbitrations subject to various laws, among which the laws of the UK, Switzerland, and Kuwait, and under various institutions and rules, including ICC and SIAC.
She handles cross-border disputes and arbitration primarily in the areas of engineering, energy, construction and commercial disputes.
Charlotte holds a Master in Law from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (KU Leuven 2020) where she graduated summa cum laude. She has also studied at King's College London, where she received the prize for best result in company law, and at the University of Michigan Law School, which awarded her a Certificate of Merit.
Charlotte joined Liedekerke in 2020.
Catholic University of Leuven (Master’s degree in Law) 2020
University of Michigan Law School (Exchange program) 2019-2020
King’s College London (One-year exchange program) 2017-2018
Representing a major Middle East contractor, in an ICC arbitration against a German sub-contractor in relation to major defects in the design engineering works on an infrastructure project in Qatar
Representing a major Middle East contractor, in an ICC arbitration in relation to a USD 3 billion infrastructure project in Kuwait with, among others, delay and disruption claims
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Member of the Brussels Bar