• We have a specialist subsidy control practice advising on the full range of advisory and contentious subsidy control matters.

    We advise all tiers and areas of government and public bodies as well as private sector organisations who have or could benefit from public subsidy.

    Alongside our on-going advisory and contentious work we are providing extensive support to our public and private sector clients on the implications of state aid being replaced by the new subsidy control regime.

    Further information on the implications of the UK’s withdrawal from the EU and the replacement of the EU state aid regime can be viewed on our Insight Information Hub

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