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Françoise Labrousse

Jones Day (Paris)

Françoise Labrousse, who is a well-regarded environmental lawyer and litigator in France, focuses on environment, energy, life sciences, consumer products, and health and safety-related issues under French, European, and international law. She co-heads Jones Day’s Government Regulation Practice and in 2019 was named lawyer of the year for environmental law by Global Law Experts.

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Charlotte Breuvart, Françoise Labrousse, Philippe Laconte, Harriet Territt, Philipp Werner, Kerstin Henrich The EU Commission adopts guidelines on State aid for climate, environmental protection and energy "CEEAG"


In Short The Development : The European Commission ("Commission") adopted new Guidelines on State Aid for Climate, Environmental Protection and Energy ("CEEAG") on 27 January 2022. The CEEAG revise criteria that the Commission will now apply to determine whether EU Member State financing to (...)

Françoise Labrousse, Bernard Amory, Renato Antonini, Charles de Navacelle, Kaarli Harry Eichhorn, Eva Monard The EU Commission adopts a proposal for a regulation on foreign subsidies that might be distorting the internal market


In Short The Situation : The European Commission ("Commission") has faced significant pressure from stakeholders to quickly address growing concerns over the distortive effects of foreign subsidies and to ensure a level playing field in the EU. The Result : As anticipated in our recent Alert, (...)

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