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Prof. Gianluca Faella

Prof. Gianluca Faella
L&E LAB Senior Research Fellow

Prof. Gianluca Faella is Associate Professor of Comparative Private Law at Link Campus University of Rome, where he teaches Industrial Law and Comparative Public Law. In 2013 he obtained the national scientific qualification as associate professor in Law on Economy, Financial Markets and Agro-food and Navigation. He was adjunct professor at LUISS “Guido Carli” University of Rome (Competition & Antitrust Regulation, Competition Law & Economics, Competition & High-tech Markets, Economic & Financial law, Law & Economics), University of Siena (Competition Law & Policy), University of Naples Federico II (Law & Economics), Alma Mater Studiorum - University of Bologna (Intellectual Property). Research fellow at LUISS in 2008-2012, Ph.D. in Law and Economics at LUISS and research scholar at the New York Law School in 2005, Senior Research Fellow at the Law & Economics LAB since 2003. He obtained an LL.M. degree in Competition Law & Economics from the Erasmus Universiteit of Rotterdam in 2003.

He is Counsel of Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton LLP, resident in the Rome office since 2005. He focuses on EU and Italian competition law and regulation and assisted Italian and foreign companies in several proceedings before the European Commission, the Italian Competition Authority, the Italian Communications Authority and administrative and civil courts. He delivered speeches at numerous conferences in Italy and abroad. He authored a book on discount policies of dominant firms (“Politiche di Sconti delle Imprese Dominanti”, Ed. Giappichelli, Turin, 2012) and several articles and essays on competition law, intellectual property, unfair competition and civil law.

E-mail: gfaella@luiss.it
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