Some of the events, conferences, publications and projects we have worked on are listed below. Some other projects are not listed as we must respect client confidentiality in sensitive areas.
The HSE-Skolkovo Institute for Law and Development and UCL Centre for Law, Economics and Society will organize the “Second BRICS Competition Law Forum on Global Food Supply Chains and Competition Law” on 18 May 2016 –20 May 2016 in St Petersburg. Read more
Lear is pleased to announce a new technical assistance project on behalf of the World Bank Group, for the analysis of product market regulations (PMR) in Egypt. As a first step, Lear is expected to identify those markets of the Egyptian economy that are currently suffering from anti-competitive regulations. Read more
The note comments on the recent decision by the Administrative Tribunal of Lazio, which overturned the decision n. 25382 by the Italian competition authority (AGCM). The note focuses on two principles outlined by the Tribunal in its decision: Read more
Lear, together with Analysys Mason and DIW Berlin, has been selected by DG Competition for a project on the ex-post evaluation on the “Economic impact of competition policy enforcement on the functioning of telecoms markets in the EU”. Read more
The Administrative Tribunal of Lazio has overturned the decision n. 25382 by the Italian competition authority (ICA), whereby it was found that UnipolSai and Generali had infringed Competition Law by entering into an agreement for the provision of insurance services to local public transport companies. Read more
The study investigates the impact of three mergers between major Dutch supermarket chains, all cleared with divestitures by the Autoriteit Consument & Markt (“ACM”). Read more
On Thursday 11 December, Roberto Cervone and Alessia Marrazzo will present at the Dutch competition authority (Autoriteit Consument & Markt, “ACM”) a report on the ex-post evaluation of three merger decisions in the Dutch grocery sector.
Given the crucial role acquired by on-line intermediation in the digital market over the last decade, the University of Roma TRE in collaboration with’ The Information Law and Informatics’ journal is holding a conference on the emerging issues and challenges relating to competition policy and intermediation in e-commerce. Read more