Portolano Cavallo (Milan)

Maria Cristina Michelini

Portolano Cavallo (Milan)
Lawyer (Associate)

Maria Cristina joined Portolano Cavallo in August 2018 as an intern.In 2019 she received her law degree from the Luigi Bocconi University, with a thesis entitled “Artificial Intelligence and European Copyright Law : new challenges and new horizons“. After graduation, she continued practicing law at Portolano Cavallo, mainly focusing on intellectual property, media law and antitrust in both in court and out-of-court matters. During her academic career, Maria Cristina was selected to attend the Transatlantic Intellectual Property Law Summer Academy at the University School of Law (TIPSA) in Cleveland. She also received a scholarship to participate in the extracurricular course “Copyright X option” at the University Harvard School of Law and completed a study abroad at the London School of Economics.

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Maria Cristina Michelini, Irene Picciano The EU Commission publishes a proposal for the Council and the Parliament to eliminate duties on certain products imported in the EU

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On September 8, 2020, the European Commission (“Commission”) published a proposal for a Council and European Parliament regulation to eliminate duties on certain products imported to the European Union (full text accessible here). In return, the United States will reduce its duties on certain EU (...)

Ernesto Apa, Enzo Marasà, Livia Petrucci, Maria Cristina Michelini The EU Commission publishes a public consultation on the Digital Services Act covering issues such as online safety, freedom of expression and fairness

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On June 2 and 3, 2020, the European Commission launched two public consultations concerning firstly a “Digital Services Act” package and secondly a “New Competition Tool” in order to bring EU legal toolkits in line with the latest economic and technological developments. (...)

Irene Picciano, Maria Cristina Michelini The EU Commission adopts a regulation stating that for a period of six weeks the export of goods outside of the EU was subject to an export authorization granted

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In the context of the COVID-19 epidemiological crisis, the demand for personal protective equipment (“PPE”) has increased significantly, with related shortages occurring in several Member States. Production of PPE, such as mouth-protection masks in the European Union, is indeed concentrated in a (...)

Enzo Marasà, Maria Cristina Michelini The Italian Competition Authority investigates an e-commerce company to ascertain whether it had abused its dominant position (Amazon)

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According to the ICA’s preliminary findings, Amazon only granted sellers using Amazon’s own fulfillment and logistics services (FBA) advantages in terms of offer visibility and sales improvement on the Amazon marketplace, in comparison to sellers that are not customers of Amazon’s FBA services and (...)

Enzo Marasà, Maria Cristina Michelini The EU Commission fines €12,5 million a sportswear company for breaching competition rules through its licensing and distribution agreement with resellers (Nike)

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On March 25, 2019, the European Commission announced the € 12,555,000 fine issued to Nike for breaching European Union and European Economic Area (EEA) competition rules through its licensing and distribution agreements with resellers, more specifically for prohibiting merchants from making (...)

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