Hausfeld (London)

Antonio Delussu

Hausfeld (London)

Antonio Delussu joined Hausfeld in 2015 as legal intern. He is now an associate, focusing primarily on competition litigation. He has worked on several multi-million commercial and competition disputes. He is currently part of the legal team representing English and international clients on the renowned Trucks cartel. During his training, he seconded to the consumer association Which? for three months, working in-house on commercial contracts and IP-related advice.

Linked authors

Hausfeld (San Francisco)
Hausfeld (San Francisco)
Hausfeld (Philadelphia)
Hausfeld (London)
Hausfeld (London)


326 Bulletin

Lesley Hannah, Kio Gwilliam, Antonio Delussu The EU Commission publishes legislative measures to promote a borderless single market for digital services and increase responsibility and accountability for digital platforms


The draft Digital Services Act (DSA) is one of two legislative measures proposed by the European Commission (Commission) aimed at promoting a borderless single market for digital services and increasing responsibility and accountability for digital platform; the second being the Digital Markets (...)

Antonio Delussu, William Towell, Anna Morfey The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal rules on which part of the EU Commission’s settlement decision is binding on a defendant and that it is an abuse of process for defendants to deny in follow-on damages claims the findings that are contained in settlements (Trucks Cartel)


In an important judgment for follow- on damages claims, the Competition Appeal Tribunal has ruled that a number of findings made by the European Commission in its Trucks ‘settlement’ Decision are binding on the defendants and the Tribunal; and that, subject to limited exceptions, it is an abuse (...)

Send a message