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State aid - getting the basics right

2 March 2020

Many of our clients provide or receive funding and support which will be classed as state aid. From local authorities making grants to local charities, to government agencies providing national funding programmes and universities applying for R&D funding, it is crucial for funders and recipients to comply with state aid law. 

This webinar sets out the basics of state aid rules and is accessible to lawyers and non-lawyers. Practical examples are discussed and tips are provided on how state aid assessments can be streamlined to avoid the delays and disruptions often associated with state aid compliance.

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Our speakers

Alex Kynoch

Alex Kynoch

Legal Director

Alex specialises in public procurement, subsidy control and complex public sector commercial projects, with a particular interest in regeneration and energy projects.

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