Carole Maczkovics

DalDeWolf (Brussels)
Partner

Carole is partner at the European and competition law department of DALDEWOLF. She specializes in public economic law and mainly works on EU driven regulatory issues. Her expertise covers regulation, competition law, in particular, State aid, and public contracts with Belgian and EU authorities (subsidies, public procurement, concessions, management contracts, etc.). She has acquired a solid expertise by advising both public institutions or undertakings and private entities on projects of strategic importance. Carole further assists clients in administrative and judicial proceedings on complex State aid, public procurement and regulatory matters before the European Commission as well as before Belgian and EU Courts. Carole is also particularly knowledgeable about regulated network industries, such as transport (railways and airways), telecom, postal services and energy.

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Articles

1218 Bulletin

Johan Ysewyn, Sophie Bertin, Carole Maczkovics The EU Commission adopts a temporary crisis framework for state aid measures to support the economy following the aggression against Ukraine by Russia

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On 23 March 2022, the European Commission (the “Commission”) adopted a Temporary Crisis Framework for State Aid measures to support the economy following the aggression against Ukraine by Russia (the “Framework”). In a similar fashion to the temporary framework that the Commission has adopted to (...)

Johan Ysewyn, Carole Maczkovics, Sophie Bertin The EU Commission adopts its revised communication on the criteria for the analysis of the compatibility with the internal market of State aid to promote the execution of important projects of common European interest “IPCEI”

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On 25 November 2021, the Commission adopted its revised Communication on the Criteria for the analysis of the compatibility with the internal market of State aid to promote the execution of important projects of common European interest (“IPCEI”). This is particularly relevant for companies who (...)

Carole Maczkovics The EU Court of Justice dismisses France’s action against the Commission’s decision declaring an unlimited guarantee incompatible with the internal market (La Poste)

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There is no doubt that undertakings entrusted with
the provision of services of general economic interest (SGIEs) are subject to the rules in the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU), including its state aid rules. However, compensation for providing such public services also (...)

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