Maura Demattè

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Rome)
Lawyer (Associate)

Maura Demattè is an Italian qualified lawyer based in the Rome office of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer. She is a member of the Antitrust, Competition and Trade group. Her specializations cover national and EC competition law, having dealt with the preparation of national and European merger filings, the coordination of multi-jurisdictional merger filings, the analysis of restrictive agreements and abusive conducts as well as with the drafting of antitrust compliance programs. She has also being involved in private antitrust enforcement proceedings and in the drafting of European and Italian leniency applications. Maura attended a Post-Graduate Course in European Law and Economics (SEU - Perugia) and worked in the Brussels competition department of an international law firm. She graduated in law (J.D., magna cum laude) at the University of Rome, Tor Vergata, in 2000 and was admitted to the Italian Bar in 2003. Of Italian mother tongue, she speaks English, French and Spanish.

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Gian Luca Zampa, Maura Demattè The Italian Supreme Court upholds the NCA’s decision fining the energy incumbent € 4.5 M for having restricted independent importers to sell gas (ENI / Blugas-Snam)

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On 6 November 2006, the Italian Supreme Administrative Court (Consiglio di stato) endorsed findings that ENI, the vertically integrated Italian gas incumbent, had failed to comply with the Italian Antitrust Authority (IAA) 2002 decision (Blugas-Snam)whereby ENI was found to have hampered the (...)

Gian Luca Zampa, Maura Demattè The Italian Antitrust Authority fines on the basis of Art. 81 EC pharma companies for bid rigging for supply to the public health system (Prodotti disinfettanti)

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The Italian Antitrust Authority (IAA) has recently completed an Article 81 proceedings against nine suppliers of antiseptic and disinfectants to the public health system levying sanctions totalling approximately € 3.7 million (case I 639). The investigation started in November 2004 and (...)

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