Chris Scheitterlein 

Associate

Chris Scheitterlein

Ottawa
World Exchange Plaza, Suite 2000
45 O'Connor Street
Ottawa, Ontario K1P 1A4

t: 613.691.6146
e: chris.scheitterlein@mcmillan.ca

overview

Chris Scheitterlein is an associate with McMillan’s Regulatory Group in Ottawa. Chris’s practice focuses primarily on international trade law matters, including compliance with Canadian trade laws on import and export controls, economic sanctions and customs, as well as antidumping and countervailing trade remedy cases before the Canadian International Trade Tribunal and the Canada Border Services Agency.

Chris works with a wide range of domestic, foreign and multi-national clients to help them do business in Canada.

Prior to joining McMillan, Chris developed most of his expertise with federal agencies and departments where he advised internal clients on economic sanctions and export controls, anti-money laundering, corruption, and fraud. In addition to providing training to various teams, he worked on a variety of small-scale export transactions, aerospace financing deals, as well as multi-hundred-million dollar projects in the infrastructure and energy sector. 

Publications

Canada's New Export Brokering Regime
NICARAGUA ALERT - Canada Imposes Sanctions on Certain Nicaraguan Officials

Education

  • Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialist (ACAMS) - 2017
  • Certified Fraud Examiner (ACFE) - 2016
  • University of Ottawa, J.D. - 2014
  • University of Munich, Germany, Master's Degree in International Relations and Law - 2010
  • University of Munich, Germany, Bachelor's Degree in International Relations and Law - 2008

Year Of Call

  • Called to the Ontario bar - 2015

Practices

administrative law
anti-dumping and anti-subsidy remedies
customs regulation
import and export controls and permits
international economic and trade sanctions
international trade

Industries

applied technology
automotive
manufacturing, distribution and retail

Community Involvement

  • Law Help Ontario, volunteer
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Chris Scheitterlein is an associate with McMillan’s Regulatory Group in Ottawa. Chris’s practice focuses primarily on international trade law matters, including compliance with Canadian trade laws on import and export controls, economic sanctions and customs, as well as antidumping and countervailing trade remedy cases before the Canadian International Trade Tribunal and the Canada Border Services Agency.

Chris works with a wide range of domestic, foreign and multi-national clients to help them do business in Canada.

Prior to joining McMillan, Chris developed most of his expertise with federal agencies and departments where he advised internal clients on economic sanctions and export controls, anti-money laundering, corruption, and fraud. In addition to providing training to various teams, he worked on a variety of small-scale export transactions, aerospace financing deals, as well as multi-hundred-million dollar projects in the infrastructure and energy sector. 

August 2019
Canada's New Export Brokering Regime

International Trade Bulletin