Hogan Lovells (Milan)

Luigi Nascimbene

Hogan Lovells (Milan)
Lawyer (Senior Associate)

Luigi Nascimbene is a Senior Associate with Hogan Lovells in Milan, in the firm’s Antitrust, Competition and Economic Regulation (ACER) practice. He joined Hogan Lovells in October 2016, after gaining more than 10 years of experience in the Italian and Belgian offices of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP. Luigi graduated with honors from the State University of Milan law school in 2001. In 2004, he received an LL.M. degree from U.C. Berkeley – Boalt Hall School of Law on a scholarship awarded by the State University of Milan law school. While at Boalt Hall, he was also a visiting scholar, conducting research on antitrust and intellectual property related matters. At Hogan Lovells, Luigi assists Italian and international clients from a wide range of industries in every major area of antitrust and competition law, including complex multijurisdictional mergers and joint ventures, cartel investigations, abuse of dominance, and restrictive practices cases. He is also helping clients anticipate and avoid antitrust issues, offering on-going advice, compliance audits, and interactive training.

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Articles

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Sabrina Borocci, Luigi Nascimbene, Aurora Muselli, Marina Maccagno, Vanessa Guzzi The Italian Government adopts a Legislative Decree implementing the ECN+ Directive, providing the Competition Authority with increased enforcement powers

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Italy has just enacted the Legislative Decree implementing the ECN Plus Directive so providing the Italian Competition Authority (ICA) with increased enforcement powers. The following sections provide a first overview of the main novelties which include sanctions to natural persons for breach (...)

Sabrina Borocci, Luigi Nascimbene, Aurora Muselli The Italian Government adopts legislation aimed at harmonising the tools and powers at the disposal of the competition authorities of the Member States and empowering them to be more effective enforcers

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Italy has just enacted the Legislative Decree implementing the ECN Plus Directive so providing the Italian Competition Authority (ICA) with increased enforcement powers. The following sections provide a first overview of the main novelties which include sanctions to natural persons for breach (...)

Sabrina Borocci, Christian Di Mauro, Luigi Nascimbene, Claudio Pasina The EU Commission provides helpful guidance to national judges on the disclosure of confidential information in competition law private enforcement cases

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On 20 July 2020 the European Commission has adopted a non-binding Communication providing guidance to national judges on how to handle the disclosure of confidential information in proceedings for competition law private enforcement. The Communication, which contains a non-binding definition (...)

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