Post-crisis - tackling illegal aid in the courts
|Start Date||July 13 2010|
|Location||113 Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1PL|
|Venue||The Law Society|
|Title||"Post-crisis - tackling illegal aid in the courts"|
|Speaker||See further information below|
|CPD points||2 Hours CPD|
Organised jointly by the Competition Section and the Society's EU Committee
What recourse does your client have if its competitor is the recipient of illegal public aid?
Chaired by John Wotton, Law Society Deputy Vice President and EU Committee Chair, Barbara Brandtner, Head of Unit, State aid Enforcement and Procedural Reform, European Commission, Conor Quigley QC, Brick Court Chambers and Kelyn Bacon, Brick Court Chambers will discuss various related topics, followed by an open discussion:
- Causes of action and remedies available in England and Wales and an overview of the cases brought so far.
- State aid rules in relation to financial services, banking and taxation.
- The work and priorities of the European Commission in the development of private enforcement.
- Hurdles and barriers to bringing actions, prospects for the future and potential reforms.