Lucia StefaniaStoican

Associate

(T) + 32.2.645.14.34 (F) + 32.2.645.14.45

Lucia Stoican's practice principally focuses on the areas of EU and German competition law, as well as telecom regulatory matters. Her practice covers EU and national merger control, including the filing of transactions before the European Commission and the Bundeskartellamt. She also assists clients on operational practices that can infringe competition laws, including vertical agreements, information sharing, competitive benchmarking, and pricing matters.

Lucia's most recent telecoms regulatory experience includes advising telecom clients in access issues and regulation of digital markets under the European Electronic Communications Code.

She also counsels clients on privacy and data compliance, such as identifying strategies for international data transfers and conducting privacy impact assessments.

At the start of her career, Lucia worked as a legal advisor for a member of the European Parliament, and prior to that she completed a legal traineeship at the European Commission.

Experience

  • Transportation company seeks advice in merger of Siemens and AlstomJones Day assisted a transportation company in relation to the merger of Siemens AG's Mobility Division with Alstom SA.
  • GE sells Intelligent Platforms business to EmersonJones Day served as antitrust counsel to General Electric Company in the sale of Intelligent Platforms, a division of General Electric, to Emerson Electric Co.
  • UPL acquires Arysta LifeScience from Platform Specialty Products Corporation for $4.2 billionJones Day advised UPL Limited ("UPL"), a leading global generic agrochemical company based in India, in connection with its subsidiary, UPL Corporation Limited’s, US$4.2 billion acquisition and related $3 billion term financing of Arysta Lifescience Inc. (“Arysta”), a global provider of crop protection solutions, including bio-solutions and seed treatment, from NYSE listed Platform Specialty Products Corporation (“Platform”).
  • Baker Hughes sells A-C Compressor business to Rotating Machinery ServicesJones Day advised Baker Hughes, a GE company, in the sale of its A-C Compressor service and repair business to Rotating Machinery Services, Inc. ("RMS").
  • Confidential client responds to Italian antitrust proceedingsJones Day is advising a confidential client in connection with Italian Competition Authority proceedings related to alleged abuse of dominance in maintenance services for medical devices.
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