Antonio focuses primarily on competition litigation.
At Hausfeld, Antonio has worked on several multi-million commercial and competition disputes. He is currently part of the legal team representing English and international clients on the renowned Trucks cartel. Antonio commenced his legal career with an internship at Hausfeld, where he also trained to qualify as a solicitor. During his training, he seconded to the consumer association Which? for three months, working in-house on commercial contracts and IP-related advice.
As a native Italian speaker, he assists with business development in Italy. He frequently liaises with Italian counsel and clients on losses caused by competition law infringements across Europe.
At Hausfeld, Antonio has been an integral part of the legal team working on the following:
During his time at Hausfeld, Antonio has assisted with the following cases:
Antonio volunteered at a not-for-profit organisation, Street Law, which informs people about law and human rights (2015).
In 2019, The Lawyer nominated the Trucks cartel case as one of their Top 20 Cases for 2019. In the UK, Hausfeld represents Wolseley UK Ltd & Ors, Suez Groupe SAS & Ors and Veolia Environnement S.A. & Ors. “The trucks litigation is one of the most significant follow-on damages cases being heard in the English courts”, said The Lawyer, “Lining up to defend the manufacturers from further damages are some of biggest names in litigation.”
Hausfeld acted for Stuart Wall (owner of Opal Property Group) in a £670 million interest rate swap mis-selling claim against RBS, alleging the bank caused the failure of Wall’s business. The case was listed as one of The Lawyer’s Top 20 Cases for 2017.
Legal Practice Course, University of Law, London
Graduate Diploma in Law, University of Law, London
Student Exchange Programme, University of Sydney, Australia
MA, Political Philosophy, University of Pavia/Ghislieri College, Italy
Erasmus Programme, Trinity College, Dublin
BA, Philosophy, University of Pavia/Ghislieri College, Italy
Solicitor, England and Wales, 2019
Possible New Evidence in Okpabi v Shell Supreme Court Litigation
Greater Than the Sum of Its Parts: the Jurisdictional Reach of EU Competition Law After Intel
False Dawn? How the 2015 CAT Rules Have Managed to Tie Themselves in a Knot
Trucks Litigation: Competition Appeal Tribunal Issues Judgment on Binding Recitals and Abuse of Process
Competition Litigation in the UK - 2019 in Review