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.
EU Merger Control and Harm to Innovation—A Long Walk to Freedom (from the Chains of Causation), Antitrust Bulletin, I-20
- February 2019
The German Facebook Case – Towards an Increasing Symbiosis Between Competition and Data Protection Laws?, Competition Policy International
- College of Europe, Belgium (LL.M. in European Law magna cum laude 2014); West University Timisoara, Romania (LL.B. 2013; Valedictorian); Université Montpellier I, France (Exchange student, 2012)
- Brussels Bar (E-list) and Romanian Bar
- Legal & Policy Advisor, European Parliament (2015-2016) and Blue Book trainee, European Commission (2014-2015)
- Romanian (native), English, German, French, and Spanish