Portolano Cavallo (Milan)

Francesco Tognato

Portolano Cavallo (Milan)
Lawyer (Associate)

Francesco joined Portolano Cavallo in 2021 after participating in a digital internship program based on remote work. In 2021 he earned a law degree from the University of Milan with a European Union competition law thesis titled “The Google Saga and What It Teaches about Implementing and Developing Regulation of Abuse of Dominant Position.” He works with Italian and foreign companies in the areas of intellectual property and antitrust, both in court and out. During his university career he spent a semester in the law department at the Université Reims Champagne – Ardenne, in France. Francesco participated in the twenty-seventh Willem C. Vis International Commercial Arbitration Moot. He is currently a junior coach for the University of Milan team. In 2020, he worked with the Centre of Research on European and Transnational Dispute Settlement of the University of Milan.

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Articles

571 Bulletin

Francesco Tognato, Irene Picciano, Enzo Marasà The Italian Competition Authority fines an e-commerce company €1.128 billion for abuse of dominance by making exclusive advantages for its online marketplace conditional upon the purchase of its logistics services (Amazon)

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On December 9, 2021, the Italian competition authority (the “ICA” or “AGCM”) has levied its highest ever administrative fine—€1.128 billion—on Amazon Europe Core S.à r.l., Amazon Services Europe S.à .r.l., Amazon EU S.à r.l., Amazon Italia Services S.r.l., and Amazon Italia Logistica S.r.l. (...)

Enzo Marasà, Irene Picciano, Francesco Tognato The EU Court of Justice issues a long-awaited judgment clarifying the extent of an undertaking’s liability in follow-on actions (Sumal / Mercedes Benz Trucks España)

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On October 6, 2021, the Grand Chamber of the Court of Justice of the European Union (the “ECJ” or “Court”) issued a long-awaited decision in case C-882/19, Sumal SL (“Sumal”) v Mercedes Benz Trucks España SL (“MBTE”). The judgment shed light on whether, under EU competition law, the victim of an (...)

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