Brexit has had a significant impact on how the UK regulates subsidies (formerly referred to as State aid) to commercial organisations. Gaining a firmer understanding of how subsidies will be administered and regulated will be essential for organisations which give or receive state funding.
Our Understanding Subsidy Control Law training course gives you the guidance and knowledge on the relevant regulation and legislation, such as the changes that will be brought about by the Subsidy Control Act.
Attend this Understanding Subsidy Control Law training course to gain an overview of the new UK subsidy control regime and how it works within the public sector, learn what has changed due to Brexit, gain a firmer understanding of subsidy procedures and relevant enforcement measures.
Through relevant case studies, learn how to be best comply with subsidy control legislation and procedures.
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With nearly 20 years of experience, Duncan is an established solicitor specialising in all aspects of EU law competition and regulatory law.
Mr Gillespie was a Partner in a major international law firm in the City of London for nearly 10 years, where he specialised in EU and competition law. He now practices as an independent legal consultant specialising in all aspects of commercial law, including technology and engineering contracts, competition law, data protection and regulatory law.
A primary focus of Duncan’s work is State aid law, where he advises public sector bodies, private companies under ...