Van Bael & Bellis (Brussels)

Fabrizio Di Gianni

Van Bael & Bellis (Brussels)
Lawyer (Partner)

Fabrizio Di Gianni practises EU and international trade law and EU as well as Italian competition law. He also assists clients on other aspects of EU law, including free movement of goods and regulatory law, with a particular focus on the car industry. Fabrizio regularly assists clients in major EU anti-dumping and anti-subsidy cases as well as safeguard investigations. He also has a wealth of experience assisting clients involved in investigations initiated by third countries worldwide. His expertise extends to trade-related matters involving the WTO, marks of origin, export controls and customs investigations before the European Commission and Member State customs authorities. He advises a wide range of clients, including governments, industry associations, companies, producers and importers. His activities focus on representing the interests of clients’ at all stages of the proceedings before the investigating authorities as well as litigating before the competent jurisdictional bodies. Fabrizio also assists public bodies and individuals targeted by EU sanctions. Fabrizio advises clients on matters involving EU and Italian competition law. His range of experience includes cartel investigations as well as mergers and acquisitions before the Commission and the Italian Antitrust Authority. In the area of State aid, he assists clients in Commission investigations in which he has acted as counsel for complainants and alleged beneficiaries as well as public authorities suspected of having granted State aid. Fabrizio also regularly represents clients before the European Commission and the EU Court of Justice as well as the Italian Antitrust Authority and the Italian Civil and Administrative Courts (TAR and Consiglio di Stato).

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Aldo Scalini, Fabrizio Di Gianni, Francesco Pili The Italian Government adopts a decree laying down additional measures to support companies negatively affected by the economic consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak


On 6 April 2020, the Italian Government adopted a Law Decree (so-called “Decreto Liquidità”) laying down additional measures to support companies negatively affected by the economic consequences of the Covid-19 outbreak. These measures aim at alleviating the devastating effects of the outbreak on (...)

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