Portolano Cavallo (Paris)

Livia Petrucci

Portolano Cavallo (Paris)
Lawyer (Associate)

Livia began working with the firm in 2018 as an intern. She began her traineeship at Portolano Cavallo in January 2019. Prior to that she earned a law degree cum laude from the University of Trento with a thesis on the safeguarding of personal data titled “Voice Recognition Technology and Medical Data: The Challenges of Artificial Intelligence in Consideration of EU Regulation No. 2016/679” that was published as part of the LawTech Student Paper Series. Livia worked with the eHealth Lab of the Fondazione Bruno Kessler to conduct research related to her thesis. Her main areas include privacy, media law, consumer protection, Internet & e-commerce, and new technologies. She is also involved with legal issues related to Life Sciences. Livia is a member of the firm’s French Desk. In 2018 she participated in the ELSA Winter Law School program and spent time studying in Prague with a focus on the General Data Protection Regulation. In 2017 she earned a Licence 3 en Droit from the Université Paris 13 Sorbonne Paris Nord.

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Articles

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Ernesto Apa, Enzo Marasà, Livia Petrucci, Maria Cristina Michelini The EU Commission publishes a public consultation on the Digital Services Act covering issues such as online safety, freedom of expression and fairness

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On June 2 and 3, 2020, the European Commission launched two public consultations concerning firstly a “Digital Services Act” package and secondly a “New Competition Tool” in order to bring EU legal toolkits in line with the latest economic and technological developments. (...)

Livia Petrucci, Enzo Marasà, Irene Picciano The EU Commission publishes its communication containing a temporary framework for assessing antitrust issues related to business cooperation in response to the COVID-19 pandemic

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On April 8, 2020, the European Commission (“Commission”) published a communication containing a temporary framework for assessing antitrust issues related to business cooperation in response to situations of urgency stemming from the current COVID-19 outbreak (“European Communication”). At the (...)

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