Carlotta Frascoli

Rucellai & Raffaelli (Milan)
Lawyer (Associate)

Carlotta Frascoli is an Associate of Rucellai & Raffaelli Law Firm, joined in 2016 and registered to the Bar Association of Milan. She graduated with maximum marks at the University of Milan in 2016, with a dissertation in European Union law and relevant study experiences abroad. Her main areas of practice are competition law, both Italian and European: her expertise in the antitrust field focuses on the assistance in proceedings before the IAA and the European Commission, in private antitrust actions before judicial bodies; in concentrations proceedings between undertakings. She collaborates in the designing and implementation of customized antitrust compliance programs and in the organization of training courses and conferences regarding competition themes. She has also expertise in the consumer protection field.

Articles

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Carlotta Frascoli The Italian Council of State confirms the national Antitrust Authority’s fine of €180 million to a pharmaceutical company for having “artificially differentiated” their medicinal products when entering into an anticompetitive agreement by object (Roche / Novartis)

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1. Introduction The Italian Council of State, with its judgment No. 4990 of 2019, rejected the appeal proposed by F. Hoffmann-La Roche Ltd, Roche S.p.A., Novartis AG and Novartis Farma S.p.A. against the first-instance judgement by which the Regional Administrative Court of Latium (the (...)

Carlotta Frascoli The Milan Court provides guidance on the application of the Italian Code of Civil Procedure to a private enforcement action following the decision of the EU Commission imposing fines on a truck cartel (Torchiani / Tecnofoodpack / Iveco)

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1.- Introduction After the adoption of the European Commission Decision, on 19 July 2016, imposing fines of over 2.9 billion Euro on the most important truck manufacturers (i.e. the so-called case AT.39824 – Trucks), a copious series of antitrust damages actions have been promoted all over (...)

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