White & Case (Milan)

Veronica Pinotti

White & Case (Milan)
Lawyer (Partner)

Veronica Pinotti has more than 20 years of experience in the area of EU competition and regulatory law. Veronica regularly advises European and international clients before the European Commission, national competition regulatory authorities, as well as civil and administrative courts. Veronica provides strategic advice on the feasibility and authorization of complex joint ventures, mergers and acquisitions. She brings cutting-edge technical skills and creativity to propose tailor-made solutions, coordinating with advisors in various jurisdictions who are involved in international transactions. Veronica assists with the management of distribution networks, cartels, abuse of dominance, state aid and issues related to regulated markets, antitrust audits and risk assessments of potential antitrust liabilities within judicial proceedings and alternative dispute resolution. She also assists clients on consumer protection, unfair competition and misleading advertising, including any potential criminal aspects. Veronica is ranked in Band 3 in Competition European law by Chambers & Partners Europe 2017 and she is also recognized as leading lawyer by The Legal 500. According to Chambers & Partners Europe "She is an experienced professional and proactive in finding the best solution for the client". Veronica is also recommended by Global Competition Review’s GCR 100 country survey on Italy and has been recognized by the Italian legal publication TopLegal as one of the most influential Italian lawyers under 50 of age. Veronica has been awarded as "Best Woman Professional of the Year" by the same publication in 2015, being "one of the most prominent competition & regulatory lawyers in the country."

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Articles

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Veronica Pinotti, Martino Sforza The Italian Competition Authority sends to the government its proposal aiming at removing potential legal or administrative burdens to the opening of markets and ensure the development of competition as well as promoting the economic recovery of the country

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On 23 March 2021, the Italian Competition Authority (“ICA”) sent to the Italian government its proposals for changes to the Italian competition law for inclusion in the “annual law for competition” pursuant to Article 47 of Law 99/2009. The ICA reform proposals affect a broad variety of industries (...)

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