Antonio Capobianco

OECD - Competition Division (Paris)
Acting Head of the Competition Division

Antonio Capobianco is a Senior Expert in Competition Law Enforcement with the OECD Competition Division. He is responsible for the proceedings of the Working Party No. 3 of the Competition Committee on International Co-operation and Antitrust Law Enforcement. Prior to joining the OECD, Mr Capobianco was a Counsel in the Competition Department of WilmerHale LLP, resident in the Brussels office. Mr Capobianco also spent two years with the Italian Competition Authority. He is author of several articles on antitrust issues published on major international law journals specialized in competition law. He also co-edited a textbook on Italian competition law and economics and is a contributor to the book "EC Competition Law, A Critical Assessment" edited by Amato and Ehlermann, Hart Publishing 2007. Mr. Capobianco graduated in law at the L.U.I.S.S. - Guido Carli in Rome and holds post graduate degrees from the New York University School of Law (LL.M. in Trade Regulation and Antitrust) and from the Institute of European Studies of the Université Libre de Bruxelles (Licence Spéciale in European Law).

Auteurs associés

United Kingdom’s Competition Authority - CMA (London)
AlixPartners (Chicago)
United Kingdom’s Competition Authority - CMA (London)
Cornerstone Research (London)
Telefonica (Madrid)
Paul Hastings (Brussels)
Maersk (Copenhagen)
DG COMP (Brussels)

Vidéos

Antonio Capobianco
Antonio Capobianco 12 mai 2016 Paris
Antonio Capobianco - Crossing Merger Control Frontiers : What are the New Borders ?
Antonio Capobianco 30 octobre 2015 Paris

Articles

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Antonio Capobianco, Gabriele Carovano Cooperation between National Competition Authorities : An overview of EU and national case law

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It is the overriding belief that the EU competition rules should be applied uniformly and the European Competition Network (ECN) was established for attaining such aim. While the ECN has functioned successfully during its initial stages and still represents one of the most developed co-operation competition frameworks of the world, this foreword will explore how the Network worked in recent years and whether it is time to update it, also considering the challenges presented by the digitalisation of the economy. This foreword will : (i) describe the ECN working mechanism (section n. 2) ; (ii) report and analyse the main developments and cases affecting/influencing the European competition authorities’ ability to co-operate (section n. 3) ; and (iii) offer a short discussion of areas of possible development for the ECN (section n. 4).

Antonio Capobianco, Stefano Fratta The Italian Competition Authority rules that exchanges of information through a third party between competing insurance companies is anti-competitive regardless of the non-concentrated nature of the market (Iama Consulting)

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In 2004, two cases on exchanges of information between competitors were decided by the Italian competition authority (“AGCM” – the Autorità Garante per la Concorrenza ed il Mercato). This revived a lively debate on the conditions in which these practices should be prohibited and whether they are (...)

Antonio Capobianco, Stefano Fratta The Italian Competition Authority holds that vertical exchange of information between cigarettes manufacturer and its retailers does not infringe competition law though indirectly affects horizontal competition (Philip Morris)

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In 2004, two cases on exchanges of information between competitors were decided by the Italian competition authority (“AGCM” – the Autorità Garante per la Concorrenza ed il Mercato). This revived a lively debate on the conditions in which these practices should be prohibited and whether they are (...)

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