Daniele D’Alvia

University of London - School of Economics Birkbeck College
Phd Candidate

Daniele D’Alvia has obtained a MA degree (cum laude) in Corporate Law from University of Rome “Tor Vergata”, Italy, in September 2009, where he discussed a dissertation on “The Transfer of Business”. Upon graduation, he won a special recognition awarded to the 27 top graduate students in law at “Tor Vergata” University. Subsequently, he won a scholarship granted by “Il Sole 24 ORE” Business School to attend a Master’s Degree in Business Law, in Milan. He also had the opportunity to work in the corporate departments of two leading top tier international law firms: Bonelli Erede Pappalardo and Dewey & LeBoeuf LLP. He acquired an extensive knowledge of Corporate Finance, Energy Law and Capital Markets. Subsequently, in 2014 he continued to pursue his studies with an LL.M (Merit) in Commercial and Corporate Law at the Centre for Commercial Law Studies of Queen Mary University of London, and in the meantime he obtained a Graduate Diploma in Law at BPP Law School. Currently, he is a Ph.D. candidate in Capital Markets at Birkbeck University of London, where he has been awarded the Ronnie Warrington Scholarship. He is working as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in European law at Birkbeck University of London. He is an Italian qualified lawyer (Avvocato) and a member of the International Bar Association. He speaks: Italian, English and Spanish.

Linked authors

Clifford Chance (Paris)
University Tor Vergata

Articles

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Daniele D’Alvia The Italian Competition Authority opens an investigation for a possible anticompetitive agreement in relation to the SEDA multilateral inter-bank agreement (Associazione Bancaria Italiana)

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On the 21th of January 2016, the Italian Competition Authority (the “Authority” or “Italian Authority”) opened an investigation against the Italian banks’ association, Associazione Bancaria Italiana (“ABI”) for a possible anticompetitive agreement under Article 101 of the Treaty on the Functioning of (...)

Daniele D’Alvia, Donato Romano The Italian Competition Authority imposes a fine for anticompetitive agreement to two of the most important Italian companies in the insurance industry (Generali Italia / UnipolSai Assicurazioni)

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On the 30th of March 2015 the Italian Competition Authority (the “Authority”) imposed a fine to Generali Italia S.p.A. (“Generali”) and UnipolSai Assicurazioni S.p.A. (“UnipolSai”) for an anticompetitive agreement that was entered into against companies that were in charge of public transport (...)

Daniele D’Alvia The Italian Competition Authority imposes a fine for abuse of dominance to one of the most important undertakings in the aviation industry in Italy (Società Esercizi Areoportuali)

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On the 25th of March 2015 the Italian Competition Authority (the “Authority”) fined SEA – Società Esercizi Areoportuali S.p.A. (“SEA”) for abuse of dominant position due to anticompetitive conducts that were carried out against Cedicor Sociedad Anonima (“Cedicor”) within the context of a public (...)

Daniele D’Alvia The Italian Administrative Court of first instance orders the recommencement of the awarding of a public selection procedure for a breach of competition rules in the maritime sector (Marworld Ship Management and Services / Alilauro / Snav / Rifim)

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On the 5th of June 2014, the Italian Administrative Court of first instance (the “Court”) held a judgment against the Joint-venture formed, inter alia, by Snav S.p.A. and Rifim S.r.l., the Joint-venture formed, inter alia, by Marworld Ship Management and Service S.p.A., and the operator Alilauro (...)

Daniele D’Alvia The Italian Administrative Court of first instance orders the recommencement of the awarding of a public selection procedure for a breach of disclosure duty in the telecommunications sector (Telecom Italia / Fastweb / Vitrociset / Consip)

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On the 13th of May 2014, the Italian Administrative Court of first instance (the “Court”) held a judgment against a Joint-venture that is formed between Fastweb S.p.A. (“Fastweb”) and Vitrociset S.p.A. (“Vitrociset”) for a breach of disclosure duties relating to technical specifications. (...)

Daniele D’Alvia, Julia Collinet The Italian Competition Authority opens an investigation for a possible breach of obligations imposed to prevent anti-competitive effects following a merger clearance in the insurance sector (Unipol Gruppo Finanziario / Premafin Finanziaria / Holding di Partecipazioni)

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On the 19th of February 2014, the Italian Competition Authority (the “Authority” or “Italian Authority”) opened an investigation against Unipol Gruppo Finanziario (“UGF”) and Premafin Finanziaria S.p.A. – Holding di Partecipazioni S.p.A. (“Premafin”) for a possible breach of obligations set forth in (...)

Daniele D’Alvia The Italian Competition Authority fines several undertakings for a breach of obligations to protect competition following a merger clearance in the maritime sector (Compagnia Italiana di Navigazione / Moby)

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On the 20th of December 2013, the Italian Competition Authority (the “Authority”) opened an investigation against Compagnia Italiana di Navigazione S.p.A. (“CIN”) and Moby S.p.A. (“Moby”) for breach of obligations set forth in the decision issued by the Authority on the 21st June 2012. According to (...)

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