Nunziante Magrone (Rome)

Simone Gambuto

Nunziante Magrone (Rome)

Simone Gambuto is partner at Nunziante Magrone in Rome. His practice focuses on Competition, Regulatory, Public Procurement and Consumer Law. He assists companies in various industrial sectors in Foreign Direct Investment investigations; merger filings; 101 TFEU, 102 TFEU and consumer protection’s investigations before the Italian Competition Authority (AGCM) and the EU Commission; in proceedings before the Communications Regulator (AGCOM) and Transport Regulator (ART), and in the related litigations, as well as before the Civil Courts, in competition stand-alone and follow-on actions. He also aids with Compliance and Antitrust Self-Cleaning Programs and advices on cooperation, distribution, joint venture and license agreements. Simone Gambuto joined Nunziante Magrone in 2021. Previously, he was Visiting Professor of European Law and Antitrust Law & Economics at Chicago Kent College of Law, US, and Professor of Competition Law at the University of Turin, the University of Eastern Piedmont and the University “La Sapienza” of Rome. He holds a Ph.D. in Law & Economics from the University of Siena, School of Economics and was a Senior Research Fellow at the ISAE – Institute for Economic Analysis and Studies, as well as a Visiting Research Fellow at the British Institute of International and Comparative Law in London (BIICL). He obtained an LL.M. - Commercial and Corporate Groups – with merit from the King’s College in London and a Master Science (MSc) in Law & Economics from the University of Siena, School of Economics. He graduated with full marks (110/110) from University of Rome La Sapienza. He’s ranked in Chambers Europe and Toplegal – Antitrust sections - among the best Italians’ practitioners.


1790 Bulletin

Giordana Aquilea, Simone Gambuto The Milan Court of Appeal overturns a judgment on screen scraping and intermediation of online travel agencies and rejects the allegations of abuse of dominance by an airline (Lastminute / Viaggiare / Ryanair)


Introduction With two judgements delivered on June 2015 regarding cases brought by S.r.l. and Viaggiare S.r.l. respectively against Ryanair , the Court of Appeal of Milan held that Ryanair’s refusal to grant travel agencies the right of intermediating its tickets does not (...)

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