8 March - 9 March 2018 | Lisbon, Portugal

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Within the State Aid Modernisation (SAM) package, new guidelines, a new General Block Exemption Regulation and a new procedural regulation have been introduced. The question of third parties’ rights and duties, though, remains to be a procedural aspect of European State aid law that has not yet been clarified sufficiently.

Lexxion is honoured to organise this EStAL intensive workshop that sheds light on exactly this alleged gap: the rights and duties of State aid beneficiaries.
Four sessions will cover various issues, ranging from the intention to grant an aid via judicial protection for competitors to the recovery of aid and judicial protection of the beneficiary.

The workshop will thus contribute to the ongoing debate on the reform of the State aid system by addressing the full scale of procedural questions arising in the implementation of EU State aid law.


State aid experts from EU and Member States’ authorities will elaborate on the practical problems from a comparative perspective - complemented by expert insights from private legal practice and academia. Use this great networking opportunity to receive a maximum of exchange and best practices.

Who should participate?

  • Representatives from public administration on national level
  • Private legal practitioners
  • In-house counsels dealing with State aid law
  • Economists
  • Academics



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