Hogan Lovells (Milan)

Aurora Muselli

Hogan Lovells (Milan)
Lawyer (Associate)

Aurora joined Hogan Lovells in July 2019, after an in-house experience in the antitrust unit of a leading energy company. She was previously an associate in the antitrust department of major national and international law firms. Aurora graduated with honours from the State University of Siena in 2006. She holds a LL.M from the College of Europe (2010) and a Ph.D. from the Bocconi University (2017). Her practice focuses on European and Italian antitrust law, unfair commercial practices and abuse of economic dependence where she assisted companies in a wide range of sectors.

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Articles

707 Bulletin

Sabrina Borocci, Luigi Nascimbene, Aurora Muselli, Marina Maccagno, Vanessa Guzzi The Italian Government adopts a Legislative Decree implementing the ECN+ Directive, which in turn provides the Competition Authority with increased enforcement powers

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Italy has just enacted the Legislative Decree implementing the ECN Plus Directive so providing the Italian Competition Authority (ICA) with increased enforcement powers. The following sections provide a first overview of the main novelties which include sanctions to natural persons for breach (...)

Sabrina Borocci, Luigi Nascimbene, Aurora Muselli The Italian Government adopts legislation aimed at harmonising the tools and powers at the disposal of the competition authorities of the Member States and empowering them to be more effective enforcers

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Italy has just enacted the Legislative Decree implementing the ECN Plus Directive so providing the Italian Competition Authority (ICA) with increased enforcement powers. The following sections provide a first overview of the main novelties which include sanctions to natural persons for breach (...)

Myrto Tagara, Aurora Muselli, May Lyn Yuen, Sabrina Borocci, François Brunet The EU Commission and EU Member State Competition Authorities issue a joint statement on the application of competition law during the COVID-19 crisis in the context of the European Competition Network

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Cooperation in the life sciences industry and EU competition law in the context of COVID-19 The life sciences industry is facing unprecedented demands due to COVID-19. From front line carers to researchers and scientists, significant efforts are being put towards caring for those suffering (...)

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