Elisabetta M. Lanza is an investigative officer at the Italian Competition Authority (since 2012), where she currently works at the Directorate for Competition. She has been case-handler of several cases, among which: the "Aspen" case dealing with an abuse of dominance for excessive pricing in the pharmaceutical sector; the “Unilever” case related to exclusivity agreements and fidelity-inducing rebates. Before working for the Italian Competition Authority, she was a solicitor in the field of administrative law and civil law. She holds a PhD (University of Ferrara) and has conducted research at Yale Law School. Dr Lanza wrote several publications in the fields of competition law, administrative law and constitutional law.
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