Peter Camesasca

Covington & Burling (Brussels)
Lawyer (Partner)

Peter D. Camesasca is a partner at Covington & Burlin LLP based in the Brussels office. He has broad experience in all major aspects of EU and national competition law. He has advised US and EU clients across a diverse range of sectors, including aviation, maritime transport, harbors and shipyards, chemicals and pharmaceuticals, electronics and semiconductor industries, as well as telecommunications industries and internet services. His experience includes cases under Articles 101 and 102 TFEU, the antitrust / IP cross-over, national and multijurisdictional merger and joint venture notifications, the antitrust / distribution system management, investigations by multiple enforcement authorities and transatlantic antitrust litigation and monopolisation issues. He counsels clients on Article 101 exposure ranging from pure information exchanges to cartel-like allegations, having represented or still representing clients in the majority of the European Commission’s recent cartel investigations, including Heat Stabilizers, DRAM, SRAM, Calcium Carbide, Air Cargo, Freight Forwarders, TFT-LCD (1&2), Smart Cards, Power Cables, Car Parts, Liner Shipping and various still confidential matters.

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Articles

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Anne-Sophie Choné-Grimaldi, Ashley E. Bass, Florian Bien, Florian Wagner-von Papp, Luis Loras, Miguel Angel Malo, Paul Hitchings, Peter Camesasca, Rafael P. Amaro, Silvia Pietrini La transposition de la Directive 2014/104 relative aux actions en dommages et intérêts pour violation du droit des pratiques anticoncurrentielles

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La directive relative aux actions en dommages-intérêts pour violation du droit des pratiques anticoncurrentielles a été publiée le 26 novembre 2014. Les différentes contributions de ce dossier « Tendances » reviennent sur les difficultés de transposition auxquelles tous les Etats membres seront (...)

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