Marcello Caramazza's practice focuses on European and Italian antitrust and competition law. He advises clients in the areas of horizontal agreements and cartels, merger control, and State aid.
Marcello's competition law experience includes merger control at the EU and national levels. He has assisted in cross-border mergers involving several industrial sectors including industrial minerals, energy, transportation, and automotive. He has assisted Italian clients in antitrust investigations for anticomptitive agreements and information exchange practices. He also has advised on licensing and distribution agreements and has assisted clients in proceedings for State aids in the banking sector.
Prior to joining Jones Day in 2016, Marcello worked for Italian and international law firms in Milan and Brussels. In addition, he has experience in the European public administration (European Parliament) and consultancy sector.
- April 2019
EU General Court Annuls Commission's Banca Tercas State Aid Decision
- College of Europe, Bruges (LL.M. in European Law 2014: Google Prize for the best thesis on EU competition rules and policy relating to information technology); Università Cattolica, Milan (J.D. 2014): Universidad Carlos III, Madrid (Erasmus exchange, 2008)
- Italian (native), English, French, and Spanish