Silvia D’Alberti

Gattai, Minoli, Agostinelli, Partners (Roma)
Lawyer (Partner)

Silvia D’Alberti leads the antitrust team at Gattai, Minoli, Agostinelli & Partners. She has practiced Italian and EU competition law for more than 20 years. She has extensive experience of counselling and representing clients before the European Commission, the Italian Competition Authority (ICA), EU and Italian courts on complex merger cases, behavioural investigations on restrictive horizontal and vertical practices, cartels, abuses of dominance, consumer protection investigations and antitrust damages litigation. Silvia has been the partner leading the Italian antitrust group at Allen & Overy for 18 years and has also worked for five years at the ICA as an official and case handler. She holds an LLM from Yale Law School.

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Gattai, Minoli, Agostinelli, Partners (Roma)
Paul Hastings (Milan)
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13707 Bulletin

Lucio d’Amario, Silvia d’Alberti The Italian Competition Authority applies for the first time the new leniency programme by granting complete exemption from fine (Produttori di pannelli truciolari in legno)


Four years after the Communication of the Commission on immunities and fines and after almost one year after its implementation in Italy, the Italian Antitrust Authority (IAA) applied the leniency programme for the first time : on 17 May 2007, the IAA decided not to fine the Trombini Group, a (...)

Claudia Cattarin, Francesca Morra, Silvia d’Alberti The Italian Government issues legislation giving, inter alia, power to the Antitrust Authority to impose interim measures (Bersani Decree)


The new legislation Last July, the Italian Government issued legislation (Law Decree of 4 July 2006, named the Bersani Decree after its promoter) which, inter alia, gave the Italian Antitrust Authority (IAA) the power to impose interim measures. In particular, the Bersani Decree amended the (...)

Claudia Cattarin, Silvia d’Alberti The Italian Government issues a law decree aiming at the complete liberalisation of markets and a system of effective competition (Bersani’s Decree Law)


The Italian Government issued Law Decree 4 July 2006, known as Bersani’s Decree from the name of its promoter, inspired by the EC rules which favour fair and transparent access to markets, the removal of the regulatory barriers and the granting of power to the Commission to enforce competition (...)


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