Regulatory & International Trade | RIT
Helping Businesses Clear Regulatory Hurdles in Europe
Regulatory & International Trade | RIT
Regulatory & International Trade | RIT
Helping Businesses Clear Regulatory Hurdles in Europe

Sabine Naugès

Sabine Naugès counsels clients on all aspects of public law, including administrative and regulatory, competition and constitutional law. Among other high-profile clients, Sabine has advised telecommunications companies France Télécom and Orange on regulatory matters in cases before administrative and commercial courts, and before EU and French competition authorities. She also regularly represents major companies with interests in a wide range of industries, including aerospace, energy, oil and gas, and public health care, before the French government and in litigation, in a range of regulatory and administrative matters.

French Ministry of Economy Publishes List of New Dual-Use Items & Technologies Subject to Approval Before Export

By on Mar 25, 2024
Posted In Sanctions & Export Control

Regulation (EU) 2021/821 of May 20, 2021 is known as the “Dual-Use Regulation” and its purpose is to establish an EU regime governing the export, brokering, technical assistance, transit and transfer of dual-use items. According to Article 9 of this regulation, EU Member States must, for reasons of public security (e.g. prevention of terrorism, protection...

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European Economic Security Strategy

By on Mar 22, 2024
Posted In Foreign Investment, Outbound Investment

A Step Towards Regulating Outbound Investment in the European Union On June 20, 2023, the European Commission and the High Representative for Foreign and Security Policy published a Joint Communication on a European Economic Security Strategy. The strategy highlighted that new economic security risks are emerging as a result of rising geopolitical tensions and the...

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Public Tenders Under the Foreign Subsidies Regulation: What We Have Learned So Far

By and on Mar 22, 2024
Posted In Foreign Subsidies, Public Procurement, Transport & Logistics

The Foreign Subsidies Regulation (the FSR) sets out rules and procedures for investigating bids in the context of public procurement procedures (PPPs) if foreign financial contributions (FFCs) and tender value thresholds are exceeded. In the case of a mandatory notification, the European Commission (EC) will determine if foreign subsidies granted to the bidder would distort...

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Strengthening Foreign Investment Screening in France

By on Mar 6, 2024
Posted In Foreign Investment, Energy

Decree no. 2023-1293 of December 28, 2023, on foreign investment in France came into force on January 1, 2024. The purpose of the decree is to continue the monitoring of non-European investors exceeding the threshold of 10% of voting rights in companies listed on a regulated market, introduced by Decree No. 2020- 892 of July...

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