Baker McKenzie (Brussels)

Nina F. Niejahr

Baker McKenzie (Brussels)
Lawyer (of Counsel)

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. Ms. Niejahr practices EU law, focusing on EU state aid and competition law. She advises clients on defense in EU cartel investigations, structuring distribution networks, competition compliance, and EU state aid law and procedure. She regularly represents clients in procedures before the European Commission and litigates in the European Union Courts in Luxembourg.

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Articles

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Bram Hoorelbeke, Hannelore Wiame, Nina F. Niejahr The EU Commission publishes the fourth amendment to the State aid temporary framework to support the economy in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic

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On 13 October 2020, the Commission decided to extend the coverage of the Temporary Framework and prolong it for six months until 30 June 2021, except for the section on recapitalisation support, which was extended for three months until 30 September 2021 (4th Amendment). In March 2020, the (...)

Alexandros Stratakis, Bram Hoorelbeke, Nina F. Niejahr The EU Commission takes an important step to facilitate State aid due to the COVID-19 crisis by adopting a temporary framework

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Many businesses are increasingly facing severe business disruption and/or liquidity problems as the COVID-19 outbreak spreads. Supply chains are disrupted, workforces quarantined and customer demand is falling. In response, governments across the EU (and the UK) are pledging to do whatever it (...)

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