Covington & Burling (Brussels)

Andrea Zulli

Covington & Burling (Brussels)
Lawyer (of Counsel)

Andrea Zulli joined Covington from Norton Rose in January 2014. He has joined the growing European competition group and will be based in Brussels and London. Andrea specialises in EU, Italian and UK competition law, and his practice covers advising clients in relation to national and international merger control as well as cartels, other restrictive agreements and behavioural matters, abuses of a dominant position, unfair commercial practices and antitrust compliance. Andrea is an Italian Avvocato and a Solicitor of the Senior Courts of England and Wales. He obtained an LL.M. from the University of Stockholm and a J.D. from L.U.I.S.S. (Libera Università Internazionale degli Studi Sociali) in Rome. Andrea is a native Italian speaker, fluent in English and has a comprehensive knowledge of French.

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Articles

1402 Bulletin

Johan Ysewyn, Andrea Zulli, Kevin Coates The EU Commission launches a sector inquiry into the consumer-related devices and services that are connected through a network and can be controlled wirelessly (IoT)

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On July 16, 2020, the European Commission (“Commission”) announced that it has launched an antitrust sector inquiry into "consumer-related products and services that are connected to a network and can be controlled at a distance, for example via a voice assistant or mobile device." Commission (...)

Alexander Leitch, Peter D. Camesasca, Andrea Zulli, Ashley E. Bass, Jonathan Gimblett, Robert D. Wick, Alan M. Wiseman The UK Parliament introduces a class action mechanism for antitrust damages

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The UK has introduced a class action mechanism that could lead to an increase in antitrust litigation. Most significantly, the new mechanism will enable opt-out class actions, which are potentially effective in aggregating individually low value claims, into a single high value, and (...)

Johan Ysewyn, Peter D. Camesasca, Andrea Zulli, Alexander Leitch, Robert D. Wick, Derek Ludwin, Anita F. Stork The EU Court of Justice rules on the expansion of jurisdiction to impose fines based on foreign sales of cartelized components (Innolux)

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On July 9, 2015, the EU’s top court, the EU Court of Justice (CJEU), rendered its long-awaited ruling in the Innolux - LCD cartel appeal. The Innolux case is effectively the EU counterpart of the U.S. Motorola litigation in that it concerns fundamental issues of antitrust jurisdiction over (...)

Andrea Zulli, Elisabetta Grassi The Italian Supreme Administrative Court upholds the NCA’s decision fining leader in construction markets for abuse of a dominant position on the market for plasterboard (Saint Gobain)

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With its judgment of 12 February 2013, the Italian Supreme Administrative Court (Consiglio di Stato) upheld the judgment of the Italian Administrative Court of First Instance (TAR Lazio) confirming the 2010 decision[[ Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato, decision No. 21297 of 30 (...)

Andrea Zulli, Elisabetta Grassi The Italian Supreme Administrative Court reinstates the Competition Authority’s decision finning a pharmaceutical group for abuse of dominant position in the market for the production and commercialisation of fosetyl-based fungicides against downy mildew in grapes (Bayer)

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With decision of 11 January 2013, the Italian Supreme Administrative Court (Consiglio di Stato) quashed a judgment of the Italian Administrative Court of First Instance (TAR Lazio) and upheld the 2011 Italian Competition Authority’s (ICA) decision[[ Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del (...)

Andrea Bozza, Andrea Zulli The Italian Administrative Court of First Instance annuls the NCA’s decision fining 15 shipping agents’ firms and two trade associations for a cartel at the port of Genoa (Servizi di Agenzia Marittima)

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With the judgment published on 15 January 2013, the Italian administrative court of first instance with jurisdiction on antitrust cases (TAR Lazio) annulled the Italian Competition Authority’s (ICA) decision fining 15 firms and two trade associations for taking part in a cartel whose aim was to (...)

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