Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Rome)

Giorgio Candeloro

Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer (Rome)
Lawyer (Associate)

Giorgio Candeloro is an associate of both the Antitrust, Competition and Trade and the Energy natural resources and infrastructures groups. In relation to the latter, his work involves competition and regulatory issues related to all public utilities sectors. Before joining the firm in 2006, he worked in the Antitrust and Regulatory department of another international law firm based in Rome, specialising in energy issues. He was also an assistant professor at the University of Rome, Faculty of Law. Previously he has also worked for the International Development Law Organization, in relation to domestic regulatory systems involved in global business transactions. He graduated in law (J.D., magna cum laude) from the University of Rome in 2003. He also studied at the King’s College of London, the London School of Economics and the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies in the course of 2003. He then obtained a Professional Legal School degree from the University of Rome in 2005. In 2006 he received a master of economics in Antitrust and Public Utilities Regulation from the University of Rome (energy area) and was admitted to the Italian Bar. Of Italian mother tongue, he speaks English fluently and has some knowledge of French.

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Giorgio Candeloro, Riccardo Franceschi The Italian Antitrust Authority approves subject to remedies the airlines merger to monopoly take off: the Alitalia privatization saga nears its conclusion (CAI / Alitalia / Airone)


On 3 December 2008, the Italian Antitrust Authority (IAA) approved the transaction through which Compagnia Aerea Italiana S.p.a. (CAI) will acquire the operating assets of Alitalia Linee Aeree Italiane S.p.a. (Alitalia) as well as sole control over AirOne S.p.A. (AirOne). Alitalia is the (...)

Elena Gilardi, Giorgio Candeloro The Italian Competition Authority closes the investigation for abuse of dominance in the Italian postal sector following commitments (Poste Italiane)


On 27 February 2008, the Italian Antitrust Authority (IAA) conclusively accepted the commitments proposed by Poste Italiane (PI), the former monopolist of postal services in Italy) in relation to the investigation opened in August 2007 for the alleged breach of article 82 of the EC Treaty. The (...)

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