No need to travel: Join our live webinars on ‚COVID-19 and State Aid Law‘, ‚Applying State Aid Law in the UK Now‘ and ‚Public Procurement & Digital Agenda‘
Due to global developments and responding to various
requests, Lexxion has created three live webinars to keep you updated on the
latest news regarding the corona virus
and State aid law, State aid law
after Brexit in the UK and public procurement
& digital tools. You can join from wherever you are and receive
high-quality content at your (home) office.
Check out the programmes now:
Apart from public procurement as
an instrument of policy, academic discourse focuses on the position of public
procurement as an instrument of modernisation of public administration – the
ability to have efficient delivery of public services, because procurement is
used as a procedure to carry a contract, relationship towards delivering public
service. The smoother, the faster and the more efficient that procedure is, the
better quality outputs for public services would be.
- Christopher Bovis, Chair in Law and Professor of European Business Law, University of Hull, Hull; Managing Editor of EPPPL
- Michael Varney, Senior Lecturer of Law and School Academic Manager, University of Hull, Hull
- Reforms in Public
- Practical issues
- Future directives and
trends in PP
- Strategic Procurement
- Remedies in PP
- Emerging technologies
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In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, EU Member States are urgently rolling out aid measures to save their economies. At the same time, the European Commission is working to quickly adapt the existing State aid legal framework to address the new reality. The need for clarity and discussion in the current dynamic, emergency situation has lead to this timely webinar.
- Ramona Ianus, Case Handler – State aid at DG Competition, European Commission
- Phedon Nicolaides, Professor at Maastricht University
- Preben Sandberg Pettersson, Head of State Aid Division at Danish Ministry of Industry, Business and Financial Affairs
- Latest rules on State aid during the Covid-19 crisis
- How should governments develop their aid measures to be compliant
- What unknowns/contentious points remain regarding State aid and what are the possible ways forward
- Q & A
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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 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.
- 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
- State aid law today
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;
Temporary measures to support businesses in wake of the Coronavirus.
- 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.
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We hope to welcome you at one of our webinars very soon!
#stayhome and keep well,
the Lexxion team
Established in 2002, Lexxion offers professional journals, books, and events closely related to legal practice. Lexxion’s products cover topics such as Competition law, State aid law, Public Procurement, Public-Private Partnerships, EU Funds, Food Law, Chemical law and Climate Law at the European level. In 2018 we have launched the CoRe Blog as a Lexxion imprint. To find more information about Lexxion and our other products, please visit www.lexxion.eu.
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