Hausfeld (London)

Ginevra Bicciolo

Hausfeld (London)

Ginevra Bicciolo is an associate with Hausfeld in London. She focuses on commercial disputes, competition litigation and human rights/climate change litigation. Ginevra Bicciolo was an intern at Hausfeld between 2017 and 2018 and assisted on some of Hausfeld’s most prominent cases during that time, including Stuart Wall v RBS and Air Cargo. She has been a pivotal part of legal teams across Hausfeld’s practice areas and has considerable case management experience having been involved in proceedings from pre-action stage up to trial and judgment, including ADR and settlement negotiations in some cases. Prior to Hausfeld, Ginevra Bicciolo worked in-house at Lombard Odier Asset Management in London and prior to that undertook a number of legal internships and voluntary/third sector work in multiple jurisdictions. Being passionate about access to justice, Ginny has dedicated much of her free time to providing free legal advice to members of the public, at the Bar Pro Bono Unit (now Advocate) and the Free Representation Unit in London. She possesses advocacy experience before the Social Security and Child Support Tribunal.

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Luke Streatfeild, Jonothan Broadbent, Stella Gartagani, Natalie Jukes, Ginevra Bicciolo The UK Competition Appeal Tribunal receives a class action claim for £7B in damages against an online search giant for allegedly exploiting its market dominance to charge higher prices (Google / Nikki Stopford)


A collective claim against Google was filed in the Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) arguing that the business has used its search engine dominance to shut out competition in mobile search. It is alleged that Google uses its market dominance to raise the prices paid by advertisers for (...)

Lesley Hannah, Ginevra Bicciolo The EU Court of Justice delivers a ruling which sheds more light on non-price abuses under Article 102 TFEU in relation to conduct which constitutes an abuse of dominance and the interpretation of the concept of "competition on the merits" (Servizio Elettrico Nazionale)


Exclusionary non-price abuses under Article 102 TFEU: useful guidance from the CJEU The recent ruling by the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) in C-377/20, Servizio Elettrico Nazionale and Others v Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato is a helpful summary of the (...)

Luke Streatfeild, Kio Gwilliam, Ginevra Bicciolo The UK Competition Authority publishes a market study accusing two Big Tech companies of creating a duopoly in the market for mobile devices (Apple / Google)


Mobile devices, and the ecosystem of products, content, and services associated with them, are already central to our lives. The fundamental importance of these ecosystems, which are international in scope, is only set to increase, as the network of connected products and services extends into (...)


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