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SAVE THE DATE: 14 June – Chillin’ event on State aid (@ Fondation Universitaire, Brussels)

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A Chillin’ event at the Fondation Universitaire (Rue d’Egmont 11, Brussels) will take place on 14 June.

The event will be devoted to State aid. There is a great deal going on in this field (procedurally and substantively, within and outside the EU) and we are convinced it makes sense to have three panels (two in the morning, one in the afternoon) to take stock of these developments.

The event will be possible thanks to the support of my amazing institution, LSE.

We are still finalising some bits of the programme, but we can already confirm the attendance of the following leading experts (to whom we are really grateful for the enthusiastic reaction):

José Luis Buendía Sierra (Partner, Garrigues)
Jacques Derenne (Partner, SheppardMullin)
Juliette Enser (Senior Director, Competition and Markets Authority)
Natura Gracia (Partner, Linklaters)
Christian Jordal (Deputy Director, EFTA Surveillance Authority)
Christina Siaterli (Head of Unit, European Commission)

As we usually do, registrations will open a month or so ahead of the event. Stay tuned! And please come back to us for any questions you may have!


Written by Pablo Ibanez Colomo

12 April 2019 at 9:21 am

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  1. That sounds great. And what an impressive panel! Would you be able to say more specifically when you plan to open registration? (For travel arrangements it would be helpful to be able to book as early as possible).


    30 April 2019 at 9:15 am

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