INTERVIEW: ITALY - COMPETITION POLICY - PRIVATE ENFORCEMENT - COURT OF APPEAL

Marina Tavassi (Milan Court of Appeal): The development of private enforcement in Italy – the experience of a specialised judge

In this interview, President Marina Tavassi tackles several issues in the field of private antitrust enforcement, drawing on the remarkable experience she has gained as a specialised judge in different Italian Courts.

Interview conducted by Ginevra Bruzzone, economist, School of European Political Economy LUISS and Assonime, Rome and Enrico Adriano Raffaelli, lawyer, Rucellai & Raffaelli, Milan. President Tavassi, you are currently the president of the Milan Court of Appeal, as well as the president of the Association of European Competition Law Judges (AECLJ), after having been judge at the Italian Supreme Court and judge, then president of the Chamber specialised in Business Matters of the Tribunal of Milan (Specialised Division of Enterprises) and now of the same Division of the Court of Appeal of Milan. Where does your interest in competition law come from? My interest comes from the European law studies carried out at the university and from the passion that these studies raised for what

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Marina Tavassi, Ginevra Bruzzone, Enrico Adriano Raffaelli, Marina Tavassi (Milan Court of Appeal): The development of private enforcement in Italy – the experience of a specialised judge, November 2019, Concurrences Review N° 4-2019, Art. N° 92001, www.concurrences.com

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