Francesco Mazzocchi > ADVANT Nctm > Milan, Italy > Lawyer Profile

ADVANT Nctm
VIA AGNELLO 12
20121 MILAN
Italy

Work Department

Antitrust and Competition

Position

Francesco Mazzocchi specialises in Antitrust and Competition Law and EU Law.

He assists undertakings involved in proceedings before the European Commission and the EU courts relating to State aid, cartel and abuse of dominant position.

He has gained a significant experience in merger control, especially in multi-jurisdictional filings and regularly advises companies on anticompetitive behavior and in the assessment of cooperation, distribution and licensing agreements.

His expertise covers antitrust litigation, including actions for damages (private enforcement) and appeals of decisions by the Italian competition authority (AGCM) before the administrative courts.

Francesco regularly deals with cases relating to unfair commercial practices and consumer protection, both before the AGCM and the Italian courts.

Moreover, he assists clients on a broad range of EU law-related matters, including the EU Regulation on foreign direct investments and application thereof at a national level.

He is the author of several publications in his areas of expertise.

Languages

Italian, English and French

Education

Master’s course in EU Competition Law, London King’s College, 2010.

Postgraduate Diploma in EU Competition Law, London King’s College, 2009.

Admitted to the Bar of Milan, 2008.

Lawyer Rankings

Italy > EU and competition law

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Francesco Mazzocchi – ADVANT Nctm

ADVANT Nctm‘s Milan-based antitrust and competition practice routinely works alongside the firm’s Rome and Brussels offices. The department also regularly collaborates with the firm’s shipping, international trade, IP, administrative law, public procurement, M&A, corporate, and regulatory and compliance groups. Heading the team, Luca Toffoletti assists with investigative procedures, appeals, antitrust actions, precautionary proceedings and antitrust compliance. Further integral to the practice are Alberto Toffoletto, who frequently acts in private antitrust litigation; and Italian and EU competition law expert Francesco Mazzocchi, a recent hire from Greenberg Traurig Santa Maria.