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On Jan. 5, Mr. Mohammed Chamin – a Member of the European Parliament and the “rapporteur” on the proposed Carbon Border Adjustment Mechanism (CBAM) in the Parliament’s Committee on Environment, Public health and Food Safety (ENVI) – announced that a draft report on the CBAM proposal had been sent to shadow rapporteurs for discussion. This GT Alert covers the five major changes to the proposed CBAM contained in the draft ENVI Report.

Click here to read the full GT Alert.

Special thanks to Jairo Keeldar for his valuable assistance in preparing this GT Alert.

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Photo of Marijn Bodelier Marijn Bodelier

Marijn Bodelier focuses on public law, real estate and environmental law. Marijn has particular experience in litigation in regulatory and real estate related matters. He is regularly involved in international transactions and innovative projects where public law aspects are a key-element.

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Erik de Bie is an attorney-at-law focused on international trade, customs and VAT matters. Erik counsels clients in European trade, export control, sanctions, customs, VAT and excise duty related matters, including litigation. He concentrates his practice on developing and implementing European savings programs…

Erik de Bie is an attorney-at-law focused on international trade, customs and VAT matters. Erik counsels clients in European trade, export control, sanctions, customs, VAT and excise duty related matters, including litigation. He concentrates his practice on developing and implementing European savings programs, setting up and restructuring European distribution and supply chains, improving and structuring customs, excise duty and VAT related compliance, and limiting risks and liabilities. Given the developments in European legislation and the needs of his clients, Erik is frequently involved in cross-border matters, including obtaining certification as Authorized Economic Operator (AEO), implementing customs bonded warehouse regimes and counseling on VAT issues.

Erik represented (and represents) many companies before Dutch Tax and Customs Courts, the Dutch Supreme Court, the European Commission, and the European Court of Justice.

Photo of Robert Hardy Robert Hardy

Dr. Robert Hardy, LL.M. (Harvard) is a Local Partner in the firm’s Amsterdam office. He advises clients on matters spanning a wide spectrum of economic sectors, including consumer products, energy, financial services, manufacturing, life sciences, TMT, and transportation.

Robert focuses his practice on:…

Dr. Robert Hardy, LL.M. (Harvard) is a Local Partner in the firm’s Amsterdam office. He advises clients on matters spanning a wide spectrum of economic sectors, including consumer products, energy, financial services, manufacturing, life sciences, TMT, and transportation.

Robert focuses his practice on:

  • Antitrust Litigation & Competition Regulation
  • International Trade
  • Regulatory & Compliance.
Photo of Paul Schouten Paul Schouten

Paul Schouten is a tax lawyer and attorney-at-law. He focuses his practice on national and international tax structures.

Photo of Nina Mantel Nina Mantel

Nina Mantel is an associate in Greenberg Traurig’s Amsterdam office. She focuses her practice on administrative law, environmental law, real estate related matters and international trade matters.

Nina holds a LL.M. degree in civil law at the Universiteit Leiden and is a member…

Nina Mantel is an associate in Greenberg Traurig’s Amsterdam office. She focuses her practice on administrative law, environmental law, real estate related matters and international trade matters.

Nina holds a LL.M. degree in civil law at the Universiteit Leiden and is a member of the Dutch Bar Association.