Ashurst (Brussels)

Giulia Carnazza

Ashurst (Brussels)
Lawyer (Associate)

Giulia Carnazza is an associate at Ashurst Brussels. She graduated cum laude in Law from LUISS University of Rome (2011) and holds an LLM degree in European Law from ULB (2016). She qualified as a lawyer at the Rome Bar in December 2014. In July 2012 she joined Ashurst Competition team firstly in the Rome office and then joined the Brussels team in October 2015. Giulia is specialised in Competition and Consumer law. She assists clients before the Italian Competition Authority, the EU Commission and Courts in relation to cartel and abuse of dominance cases, as well as in relation to antitrust damages actions. She has also good experience in merger control cases and in drafting competition compliance programmes.

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Articles

1894 Bulletin

Denis Fosselard, Gabriele Accardo, Giulia Carnazza The Italian Supreme Administrative Court upholds the annulment of the National Competition Authority decision to fine broadcasters for an alleged anti-competitive agreement in the pay-TV service sector (Mediaset / Sky Italia / Italian Football League / Infront)

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On 12 December 2020, Italy’s highest administrative court, the Council of State, upheld the annulment of the Italian Competition Authority’s ("ICA") decision to fine broadcasters Mediaset and Sky Italia, the Italian Football League, and marketing agency Infront a total of €66m for an alleged (...)

Denis Fosselard, Giulia Carnazza The Italian Competition Authority fines a consortium for the collection, recycling, and recovery of plastic packaging for abusing its dominant position in the national market for the management of plastic waste services (Corepla)

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On 27 October 2020 the Italian Competition Authority ("AGCM") issued a EUR 27 million fine to the Italian Consortium for the Collection, Recycling and Recovery of Plastic Packaging (COREPLA) for abusing its dominant position in the Italian market for management of plastic waste services. WHAT (...)

Gabriele Accardo, Denis Fosselard, Giulia Carnazza The Italian Administrative Court of First Instance annuls the Competition Authority decision sanctioning a cartel of car manufacturers because of a breach of the parties’ right to a reasonable duration of the proceedings and for failing to characterize the ’by object’ restriction (Car Finance)

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On 21 October 2020 the Italian Administrative Court of First Instance ("TAR Lazio") annulled the decision issued by the Italian Competition Authority ("ICA") on 20 December 2018 sanctioning a number of car manufacturers and their "captive banks" in relation to an alleged cartel concerning car (...)

Denis Fosselard, Giulia Carnazza, Gabriele Accardo The Italian Competition Authority fines three companies active in the energy sector for gun jumping (Acea / Mediterranea Energia / Alma)

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On 15 September 2020 the Italian Competition Authority ("AGCM") fined three companies active in the production and distribution of energy for failure to notify a concentration before its closing, rejecting the parties’ claim that the concentration was interdependent on a second transaction that (...)

Denis Fosselard, Gabriele Accardo, Giulia Carnazza The EU Court of Justice rules that a restriction imposed by Italian law on acquisitions in the broadcasting and audiovisual sectors is contrary to EU Law (Vivendi / Mediaset)

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On 3 September 2020, the European Court of Justice ("ECJ") ruled that a restriction imposed by an Italian law on acquisitions in the broadcasting and audiovisual sectors is contrary to the fundamental EU law principle of the freedom of establishment enshrined in Article 49 of the Treaty on the (...)

Gabriele Accardo, Giulia Carnazza, Zachariah Davies Internet and Antitrust: An overview of EU and national case law

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This foreword on Internet and Antitrust covers lots of interesting articles of the last 3 years on some of the major developments in the Internet space at EU and national levels. Indeed, it is always fascinating to get insights from the many practitioners and enforcers who have contributed to this wealth of knowledge on complex and evolving issues... not least because, in a fast-approaching future, articles may be written by AI authors who will surely tell us ALL we wanted to know about algorithm collusion, big data, etc.

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