Thursday, April 22, 2010
Posted by D. Daniel Sokol
Conference on 10 & 11 June 2010
Regular: € 765,–
Reduced for EStAL-subscribers: € 645,–
reduced for full-time academics: € 495,–
Workshop on 9 June 2010
Regular: € 1.500,–
Reduced for EStAL-subscribers: € 1.400,–
Workshop on 9 June 2010 and Conference on 10 & 11 June 2010
Regular: € 2.095,–
Reduced EStAL-subscribers: € 1.890,–
VAT will be added if applicable.
If you wish to receive a personal invitation please contact Nikola Bock.
The conference agenda centres major recent developments in the field of EC State aid law such as:
• The Reform of the Rules Pertaining to SGEI
• State Aid Control over the Financing of Social Housing and Hospitals
• Fiscal Measures and the Application of the MEIP – Questions Arising from the
Recent Ruling in EdF
• The Exit Strategy from Aids to Banks
Keynote speech: Joaquín Almunia
European Commissioner in charge of Competition and Vice-President of the Commission
The preceding high-level workshop is targeted at a maximum of 25 qualified delegates.
EC competition lawyers working at a competition authority, in-house, or in private practice, private legal practitioners, economists, academics and industry representatives with an interest in the law and economics of European State aid.
Benefits of Attending
Since its launch in 2003 this event has grown to be the leading platform to present and discuss the latest developments in European State aid control. As it has been the case in previous years, private legal practitioners, economists, academics and industry representatives will have the opportunity to benefit from exchanging their views on the rules that will guide European State aid control for the coming years.
The high quality of the presentations as well as the analyses provided by our active participants guarantee a professional update on the most important issues.
Furthermore the prestigious Bibliothèque Solvay - located in Parc Léopold right next to the European Parliament - serves as an excellent venue to get in touch with the decision makers of tomorrow’s State aid law. Overall we expect to welcome delegates from all of the European Union’s 27 Member States – and beyond.