Pranvera Këllezi

Këllezi Legal (Geneva)
Attorney at law

Pranvera Këllezi is an attorney at law at KËLLEZI LEGAL (Geneva), which she founded in 2015. She specialises in European and Swiss competition law. She has developed a broad expertise on antitrust matters in all relevant areas of competition law. Her other practice areas cover business law, distribution and contract law, mergers and acquisitions and private equity. She has experience in several industries such as banking sector, broadcasting, media and sports, luxury goods sector, telecommunications, machinery, energy production and distribution, waste management. Before practicing as a lawyer, she worked as in-house counsel specialising in competition and State aid law for European Broadcasting Union and she is therefore well suited to advise corporate clients and trade associations. Pranvera Këllezi is the author of several publications. She holds a PhD in competition law from the University of Geneva and an LL.M. in EU law from the College of Europe, Bruges. She studied law at the University of Geneva, Switzerland, and has a strong background in industrial economics. She has advised the government and the Competition Commission of Albania regarding the drafting, the development and enforcement of its competition laws. Pranvera Këllezi is fluent in French, English and Albanian, and proficient in German and Italian.

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11638 Bulletin

Pranvera Këllezi The Swiss Federal Court confirms the quashing of two merger clearance Competition Commission’s decisions by applying a strict substantive test for merger control (Swissgrid, Berner Zeitung)


The Swiss Federal Court has dismissed two Competition Commission’s appeals relating to merger control (decision of February 13, 2007 (Swissgrid), and of February 22, 2007 (Berner Zeitung). The Swiss Federal Court rulings build a strict standard for merger control in Switzerland by stating the (...)

Pranvera Këllezi Competition law in Albania


Introduction Albania first adopted the law on the protection of competition in 1995 . The law included antitrust rules, unfair competition provisions, and rules on consumer protection. It created the basis for a competition policy in Albania, although it included numerous sectoral exemptions, (...)

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Pranvera Këllezi Switzerland : The Swiss Federal Court confirms the enforcement of the cartel law to the sale of prescription medications and annuls the judgment of the Federal Administrative Court (Pfizer, Bayer, Eli Lilly)


TF Suisse, 28 janv. 2015, aff. 2C_75/2014 (Pfizer), 2C_80/2014 (Bayer (Schweiz)) et 2C_79/2014 (Eli Lilly (Suisse) Le 28 janvier 2015, le Tribunal fédéral suisse s’est prononcé sur une affaire importante concernant l’application de la loi sur les cartels (ci-après LCart ; RS 251) à certaines (...)

Pranvera Këllezi Regulated sectors: The Swiss Federal Administrative Court declares that the Swiss Cartel Act does not apply to certain prescription drugs that are not covered by health insurance (Pfizer, Eli Lilly, Bayer)


Tribunal administratif fédéral, arrêts du 3 décembre 1013, Pfizer, Eli Lilly (Suisse), Bayer (Schweiz) c/ Commission de la concurrence, B-364/2010, B-362/2010 et B-360/2010, DPC 2013/4 704 Dans trois arrêts très attendus, le Tribunal administratif fédéral a admis les recours des trois entreprises (...)

Julia Xoudis, Pranvera Këllezi Switzerland: The Swiss Supreme Court examines the compatibility of competition law sanctions with fundamental rights (Publigroupe)


Introduction Par une majorité de trois voix contre deux, le Tribunal fédéral a rejeté le recours formé par Publigroupe et consorts contre l’arrêt du Tribunal administratif fédéral du 27 avril 2010 (DPC 2010/2 329), qui avait confirmé la décision de la Commission de la concurrence (ci-après “Comco”) (...)

Pranvera Këllezi Albania: Introducing competition law


Albania is in the initial phase of enforcing the new law on the protection of competition entered into force in December 2003. The new law improves the legal framework by introducing a new independent competition authority and detailed rules on agreements, on abuse of dominant position and (...)


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