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Stefano Macchi di Cellere - Milan

Via Turati, 16/1820121 Milan, Italy

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Updated: 11/14/2013

Milan Antitrust & Competition Law Lawyer

Overview

Stefano Macchi di Cellere practices international competition law, acting in cross-border M&A and cartel cases before the European antitrust authorities. He represents global enterprises in pre-merger notifications and second phase proceedings, assisting multinational groups on concentrations, joint ventures, and commercial transactions in a wide range of industries and business sectors. He defends clients in dawn-raid investigations, agencies' enforcement actions, and abuse of...

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