The Italian Competition Authority starts investigations against a cartel of lawyers’ association for the first time after decreto Bersani (Ordine degli avvocati di Brescia)

The Italian competition Authority (ICA) starts investigation about a cartel agreed by Consiglio dell'Ordine di Brescia to obstacle the activity of a new established law firm in Milan called A.L.T.(Assistenza Legale per Tutti). In 1997 The ICA was willing to introduce reform to create a competitive system and promoting competition among professionals, but only in 2006 when decree-law n° 223/2006 (better known as Decreto Bersani) was passed in Italy to liberalize the professional categories of workers (lawyers included), competitive principles earlier expressed by the ICA were

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Valeria Graziussi, The Italian Competition Authority starts investigations against a cartel of lawyers’ association for the first time after decreto Bersani (Ordine degli avvocati di Brescia), 6 July 2009, e-Competitions Effect on interstate trade, Art. N° 28034

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