Baker McKenzie’s Sanctions Blog published the alert titled European Union: Amended temporary state aid crisis framework (Ukraine) regarding renewable energy and decarbonization on 2 August 2022. Read the article via the link here. Please also visit our Sanctions Blog for the most recent updates.
Nina Niejahr is a counsel in the Firm’s European & Competition Law Practice in Brussels and co-chair of the European State Aid Group. She is an active participant in the State Aid Working Group of the European Competition Lawyers Forum. Ms. Niejahr has published extensively and speaks regularly at seminars and conferences on a variety of EU competition and state aid law topics. She is the author of the chapter on EU legal protection in state aid cases, published in the 2011 Münchener Kommentar zum Wettbewerbsrecht (Kartellrecht) and in the 2016 Säcker/Montag European State Aid Law: A Commentary.
Bram Hoorelbeke is a counsel in Baker McKenzie's European Competition & Regulatory Affairs Practice in Brussels. He started his career in 2007 as a lawyer in the EU, Competition and Regulatory department of a highly regarded Benelux law firm. Bram joined Baker McKenzie in 2017 and is the assistant editor of Competitio, the leading review on Belgian Competition law.
Samuel Verschraegen is an associate at the European & Competition Law Practice in the Baker McKenzie Brussels office. He joined Baker McKenzie in 2021. Before joining the Brussels Bar in 2018, Samuel spent three years as an academic assistant at the College of Europe in Bruges, where he developed a keen interest for European energy law and policy. In addition to his professional activities, he is a scientific collaborator at the Catholic University of Louvain and gives yearly courses on energy law at the University of Strasbourg.