Critical Analysis of Developments in State Aid 2018
State Aid Uncovered is now in its sixth volume, bringing analysis of themain developments in the field of State aid in 2018.Prof. Nicolaides identifies the major State aid judgments and Decisionsof the year, as well as new rules and legislation, critically analysing theirmost salient features. Among them are the perennial issue of distinguishing economic and non-economic activities, public authorities claiming to be acting as private investors, the evolution of the concept of selectivity, and (in)compatibiliy with the internal market.
Transparency and Non-Discrimination Requirements for Online Platforms: Competition Law & Regulation
06.06.2019 | Brussels
During this symposium, leading experts from the European Commission, national competition authorities and regulators, industry, private practice and academia will discuss the pros and cons of regulatory and competition law intervention against online platforms favouring their own goods and services....read more
EStALI Interactive Forum on EU State Aid Law (2019)
06.06.2019 - 07.06.2019 | Vienna
Day 1: Workshop | Day 2: Forum
The Interactive Forum offers a platform to discuss and exchange on current developments in EU State aid law. Expert panels and fictitious case studies with leading practitioners invite participants to get actively involved in the debates, exchange experiences and receive guidance on particular questions and cases. A great networking opportunity!...read more
Public Procurement from A to Z (2019)
04.09.2019 - 06.09.2019 | Rome
Our Summer Course will give you a comprehensive overview of the essential of public procurement and enhance your knowledge on Public Procurement Proceedings in Theory, applying public procurement rules in different sectors as well as covering topics such as fraud, corruption and collusive tendering.
Each day, the experts’ presentations will be enriched by working group exercises, best practices examples and interactive case studies....read more
Study Visit – Programming and Implementation of Financial Instruments in Practice
04.09.2019 - 06.09.2019 | Warsaw - Poznan - Gdansk
Our latest and most innovative format “Study-Visit” is designed to share expertise between bodies that manage EU funding. It combines intensive trainings with very practical on-the-spot project visits so you can see and analyse various projects co-financed from EU Funds .
We help managing authorities exchange knowledge, good practice and practical solutions to concrete problems thus improving their administrative capacity and ensuring better results for the EU investments.
With the study visit, FI stakeholders now have a new tool to share and explore information....read more
Ausgabe 1/2019 – Brexit und REACH, Korean-REACH und Zulassungsverfahren für Pflanzenschutzmittel
Widemann untersucht in ihrem einleitenden Aufsatz den Status „BREXIT und REACH“ auf Basis der aktuellen […]
Issue 1/2019 – Implementation of a Globally Harmonized System, Biobased Chemicals and Developments in the US and South Korea
As always, the latest issue of ICRL features contributions from across the globe on the […]
Issue 1/2019 – Affirming Existing Climate Solutions
With its track record of climate disruption and unabated emissions growth, 2018 might sow doubt […]
Issue 1/2019 – Ethical Machine Learning, Human vs Artificial Intelligence and Game World Dynamics
Launched at the end of 2018, the first issue of Delphi set the stage for […]
Issue 1/2019 – Special Issue on Monitoring and Indicators
Monitoring the progress of ESIF programmes is a perennially challenging task for managing authorities. The […]
Issue 1/2019 – AI and Pharma: What are the legal Challenges?
As in previous issues of EPLR, Issue 1/2019 tracks the latest legal and regulatory developments […]
Ausgabe 1/2019 – Emissionshandel in der 4. Handelsperiode
Im Rahmen der Novellierung der Abfallrahmenrichtlinie wurde der Begriff des Siedlungsabfalls erstmals legaldefiniert, wodurch Klärschlamm […]
Ausgabe 1/2019 – Wasserwirtschaftliche Planung im 3. Bewirtschaftungszyklus
Es ist mittlerweile hinlänglich bekannt, dass der von der WRRL geforderte gute Gewässerzustand in vielen […]
Issue 1/2019 – Hub and spoke cartels, roaming charges and the Energy Community
Issue 1/2019 of the European Competition and Regulatory Law Review (CoRe) offers the classic ‘CoRe […]
Issue 1/2019 – Eventful Start of 2019 for Data Protection Law in Europe and Beyond
The world of data protection law is buzzing with activity as the reader of the […]
Issue 1/2019 – Risk, Civil Society and Innovation in Public Procurement
The European Procurement & Public Private Partnership Law Review greets 2019 with its first issue, […]