Portolano Cavallo (Milan)

Eugenio Foco

Portolano Cavallo (Milan)
Lawyer (Associate)

Eugenio began his collaboration with the firm in June 2018, before completing his education, first as an intern, and later joining the firm as a trainee. In the same year, Eugenio received a degree in Law from Milan’s Bocconi University – School of Law, submitting a dissertation on Communications Law, titled “OTT Platforms and the New Regulatory Framework for Audiovisual Media Services in the European Union”. His areas of expertise are Media, Cinema and Audiovisual Law, Consumer Protection, E-commerce, Internet and New Technologies and Privacy Law. In September 2018 Eugenio enrolled in the LLM in “Law of Internet Technologies” offered by Milan’s Bocconi University – School of Law. While a student, he published a number of articles on “Medialaws”. He is registered as trainee with the Milan Bar Association.

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Articles

270 Bulletin

Fabiana Isceglia, Eugenio Foco The Regional Administrative Court of Lazio rejects an appeal filed against the Communication Authority’s decision concerning transparency obligations regarding ownership structures of a newspaper publishing company (Omissis)

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With its decision of July 8, 2020 the Regional Administrative Court of Lazio (“TAR Lazio”) rejected an appeal filed against a resolution adopted by the Italian Communications Authority (respectively the “AGCOM Resolution” and “AGCOM”) concerning transparency obligations regarding the ownership (...)

Enzo Marasà, Eugenio Foco The EU Court of Justice extends the concept of economic continuity to claims for damages so that entities which have violated competition are subject to sanctions (Vantaa / Skanska Industrial Solutions)

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On March 14, 2019, the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) delivered a landmark judgment in a preliminary referral from the Korkein Oikeus (the Finnish Supreme Court), addressing several pillars of EU competition law (case C-724/17, Vantaa v. Skanska Industrial Solutions and others). (...)

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