McDermott Will & Emery (Paris)

Sabine Naugès

McDermott Will & Emery (Paris)
Lawyer (Partner)

Sabine Naugès is a partner in the law firm of McDermott Will & Emery and is based in the Firm’s Paris office. Her practice focuses on all aspects of public law, including administrative and regulatory law, competition law and constitutional law. In past years, Sabine has advised major telecom operators on regulatory matters and regularly represents these clients in cases before the administrative and commercial courts, as well as before EU and French competition authorities. She has also represented aerospace companies and oil and gas operators in dealing with the French government and in litigation matters. Sabine was educated at the University of Paris Pantheon-Sorbonne where she obtained a Master’s degree in Public Administration, a Master’s degree in Regulatory Law and a Ph.D. in Public Law. She also received an LL.M. degree in Law and Government from the American University, Washington College of Law in 2005. Sabine has taught administrative and regulatory law at the University of Pantheon-Sorbonne where she currently teaches mining and petroleum law at the Master of Energy. Sabine spent three years as in-house counsel in a major publicly-owned company. Before joining McDermott, she practiced in the Paris office of another international law firm. Sabine has written numerous articles for French administrative law reviews. Sabine is a member of the Paris and New York bars.

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Sabine Nauges, Daniel von Brevern, Christian Krohs, Andrea L. Hamilton, David Henry, Wilko Van Weert, Laurent Ayache The EU Commission adopts a temporary framework allowing Member States to grant State aid to businesses to help them face the COVID-19 crisis


On 19 March 2020, the European Commission adopted a temporary framework that allows Member States to grant certain State aid to businesses to help them face the economic and financial consequences of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis. In the wake of this decision—and in a record time of (...)

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