European State Aid Law
Webinar |
23.04.2020 |
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Language: English

Live Webinar on Applying State Aid Law in the UK Now

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With the UK Government poised to announce a wave of public funded initiatives, a strong understanding of State aid law is now more important than ever. In this interactive workshop, leading State aid experts Jonathan Branton, George Peretz QC and Alexander Rose will work through the current EU State aid rules as they apply in the UK and provide an informed view of future arrangements, including proposals for a UK State aid regime.

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Participation fee: € 190,- (excl. VAT)

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Applying State aid law in the UK now

  • What is State aid law and why does compliance matter?
  • Identifying whether State aid is present (and applying the test to examples);
  • Key cases every practitioner should know about; and
  • Lawfully awarding State aid through block exemptions and the notification route
  • Temporary measures to support businesses in wake of the Coronavirus.

The future of State aid law

  • What are the UK and EU positions;
  • What opportunities are there to improve subsidy control
  • The impact of the Northern Ireland Protocol

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Thursday, 23 April | 12:00 - 13:30 (CET)

12:00

State aid law today

including exercises

  • What is State aid law and why does compliance matter?
  • Identifying whether State aid is present (and applying the test to examples);
  • Key cases every practitioner should know about;
  • Lawfully awarding State aid through block exemptions and the notification route; and
  • Temporary measures to support businesses in wake of the Coronavirus.
Alexander Rose Legal Director, DWF Law LLP, United Kingdom
Jonathan Branton Partner, Head of Public Sector and EU Competition, DWF Law LLP, United Kingdom
12:45

Break

12:50

The future of State aid law

Panel Discussion

  • What are the UK and EU positions;
  • What opportunities are there to improve subsidy control;
  • The impact of the Northern Ireland Protocol
Alexander Rose Legal Director, DWF Law LLP, United Kingdom
Jonathan Branton Partner, Head of Public Sector and EU Competition, DWF Law LLP, United Kingdom
George Peretz QC Monckton Chambers, UK
13:10

Q & A

Alexander Rose Legal Director, DWF Law LLP, United Kingdom
Jonathan Branton Partner, Head of Public Sector and EU Competition, DWF Law LLP, United Kingdom
George Peretz QC Monckton Chambers, UK
13:30

End of the webinar


*Programme may be subject to change.

Speakers

Alexander Rose
Legal Director, DWF Law LLP, United Kingdom

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Jonathan Branton
Partner, Head of Public Sector and EU Competition, DWF Law LLP, United Kingdom

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George Peretz QC
Monckton Chambers, UK

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Webinar | 23.04.2020 | | Language: English

Participation Fee
€ 190,- (excl. VAT)

The VAT will be added depending on the country the registration is made from.

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