Riccardo Sciaudone

Grimaldi Studio Legale (Rome)
Lawyer (Partner)

Riccardo Sciaudone is a partner of the Grimaldi Studio Legale EU and regulatory department in Rome. Riccardo Sciaudone advises on European Union law, Italian and European competition law (e.g. merger control, anti-competitive agreements, cartels, abuse of dominance, State aid) and international law. He assists clients before the European and Italian administrative authorities, the Italian civil and administrative courts, the Court of Justice of the European Union and the European Court of Human Rights. Prior to joining the Firm in 2002 and contributing to the opening of its Brussels office in 2003, where he was responsible for its management for nearly 10 years, Mr Sciaudone worked for the European Commission Competition Directorate on State aid cases and Directorate EuropeAid on tenders financed by the European Union under its external relations policy. After a law degree at the Università degli Studi di Napoli “Federico II” in 1995 and a postgraduate degree in Law and Economics of the European Community from the same University, Mr Sciaudone became a member of the Naples Bar in 2002. He is a frequent contributor to prominent Italian and international law journals, Co-Founder of the Competition Law Observatory (www.competitionlawobservatory.eu) and Editor of the European Civil Law Observatory (www.eclo.eu).

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Riccardo Sciaudone Disciplina antitrust e illecito civile

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European competition law can be enforced by both public authorities (European Commission, national competition authorities) and private parties (competitors, suppliers, consumers). In recent years, much attention has been given to private enforcement of competition law, and much has been (...)

Riccardo Sciaudone I contratti nella concorrenza

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Edited by Antonio Catricalà, former President of the Italian Antitrust Authority and currently Undersecretary to the Presidency of the Council of the Italian Government, and Enrico Gabrielli, Professor of Civil Law at the Law Faculty of Rome, “Tor Vergata”, the book under review, looks, from the (...)

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