Latham & Watkins (Brussels)

Alessio Aresu

Latham & Watkins (Brussels)

Alessio Aresu is an Associate in the Antitrust/Competition Department of Latham & Watkins. Previously he was Academic Assistant in the Legal Studies Department of the College of Europe, responsible for the specialization in European Law and Economic Analysis (ELEA). His research concerns, inter alia, private enforcement of competition law, parallel trade, EU competition law and intellectual property, competition and regulation in network industries. He graduated with a BSc and MSc in law from Bocconi University, Milan, and obtained an LL.M. from the College of Europe, Bruges (ELEA specialization), where he was awarded a Rafael Sanz Rodriguez memorial prize for the best thesis in the Legal Studies Department. He was a trainee at the DG COMP of the European Commission, and has gained experience in competition law practice at the Brussels office of Van Bael & Bellis.

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3125 Bulletin

Alessio Aresu Parallel trade : A synthesis of national and EU case laws


Introduction : parallel trade, national cases and EU law This short paper will try to provide a partial overview of the attitude of EU competition law towards limitations to parallel trade. We will briefly refer, in the relevant section, to 18 national cases published on e-Competitions with (...)

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