Sabrina Borocci

Hogan Lovells (Milan)
Lawyer (Partner)

Sabrina Borocci leads the Italian Antitrust practice of Hogan Lovells and is a member of the fi rm’s EU-Global Antitrust practice. She is also a professor at Bocconi University. Since the beginning of her career, she has been advising clients with a focus on Italian and European antitrust, competition, and merger control law. Sabrina focuses on cartel and abuse of dominance investigations in various industries and merger control filings.

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Articles

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Myrto Tagara, Aurora Muselli, May Lyn Yuen, Sabrina Borocci, François Brunet The EU Commission and EU Member State Competition Authorities issue a joint statement on the application of competition law during the COVID-19 crisis in the context of the European Competition Network

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Cooperation in the life sciences industry and EU competition law in the context of COVID-19 The life sciences industry is facing unprecedented demands due to COVID-19. From front line carers to researchers and scientists, significant efforts are being put towards caring for those suffering (...)

Christopher Thomas, Raphael Fleischer, Sabrina Borocci, Angus Coulter, Casto Gonzalez-Paramo The EU Commission vets public statements of Eurocommerce for the non-food retailers to take measures against the major crisis due to COVID-19

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In the world of COVID-19, companies must not quarantine competition law compliance. Competition law will not be at the top of companies’ agendas today. COVID-19 presents companies with many challenges. Companies will be looking for whatever solutions they can find to deal with this crisis. But (...)

Falk Schöning, Christopher Thomas, Sabrina Borocci, Myrto Tagara, Suyong Kim, Eric Paroche, Ákos Kovách The EU Commission announces that companies were encouraged to delay new merger notifications until further notice because of the complexities and disruptions caused by the current COVID-19 outbreak

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The current COVID-19 pandemic is posing unprecedented challenges on our public health systems and communities. It is also heavily impacting economic activity, including for companies in the midst of M&A or joint venture transactions. Deals that are subject to merger control review in the (...)

Books

Women & Antitrust - Voices from the Field, Vol. I

Leading competition professionals from around the world present reflections and forecasts on topical issues in antitrust and competition law and policy in this first volume of Women & (...)

Date 12 January 2020
Author(s): Evelina Kurgonaite (Curation & Foreword)
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