DG COMP (Brussels)

Roberto Amore

DG COMP (Brussels)
Lawyer (Case Handler)

Roberto is an independent lawyer based in Milan and Rome since 2014. His main practice areas are antitrust/competition law, EU law, administrative law, regulatory law, and consumer protection. He has experience in various industries, such as energy and natural resources, infrastructures and transport, automotive, media, telecommunications, IT, chemical and healthcare, pharmaceutical, consumer products and retail. Roberto was an associate in the Antitrust, Competition and Trade Department in Freshfield’s Rome office between 2008 and 2014. Before joining Freshfields, he practiced in the EU & Competition Department at SJ Berwin, focusing in particular on Italian and EU merger control and abuse of dominance cases, and in the Corporate Department at Clifford Chance, where he was involved in various international transactions, including mergers and acquisitions and IPOs. From 2005 to 2006 he was a research fellow at the American Antitrust Institute (AAI) in Washington D.C.; in this capacity, he focused on ’single firm conduct’ cases, collective dominance and cartels. Roberto holds a J.D. from the University of Milan, Italy, an LL.M in Law & Economics from the George Mason University School of Law, VA and was a visiting scholar at the University of California, Berkeley, School of Law (Boalt Hall). Roberto is a member of the Bars in Italy and New York (USA). He is a native Italian speaker and is fluent in English.

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Articles

2902 Bulletin

Gian Luca Zampa, Roberto Amore The Italian competition authority fines more than € 3 M Rome and Milan airport managers for abuse of dominant position (Aeroporti di Roma-Tariffe Aeroportuali / SEA/Tariffe aeroportuali)

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ADR (Rome) and SEA (Milan) have been fined for overcharging competitors for refuelling services; ADR has also been fined for excessive prices for access services to Fiumicino’s cargo infrastructures and office space, while SEA has been sanctioned for excessive charges for the provision of common (...)

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