From 2018 to 2021 Enzo has been mentioned by The Legal 500 EMEA among the leading EU and Competition Law experts in Italy. Clients report that “Enzo Marasà is an excellent lawyer. He is very responsive and provides very helpful and practical advice.” (Legal 500 EMEA 2022). He is also “Recommended” by Who’s Who Legal in the Italy 2022 guide (“Competition” chapter).
Over his nearly twenty year career, Enzo has continuously assisted national and multinational companies on some of the most complex issues of competition and EU law, such as merger control, anti-competitive agreements, abuses of a dominant position, private antitrust litigation, restrictive regulatory measures on the free movement in the single market, distribution or cooperation agreements between competitors, technology transfers, implementation of antitrust compliance programs, etc.
He has particular experience in the following sectors: telecommunications and Internet, electronic payment services, e-commerce, fashion and luxury, and pharmaceutical and biomedical. Enzo represents clients before the Italian Competition Authority, the European Commission and the Courts of the European Union.
Before joining Portolano Cavallo, Enzo collaborated, among others, with Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliff in Brussels and BonelliErede, in Brussels and Milan.
Enzo was awarded a Law Degree in 2003 and a post-graduate diploma in 2004 National and EU Competition Law, both by Università degli Studi di Milano Statale.
He authored numerous articles and publications on the main national newspapers and prestigious international legal journals in the field of competition law and is regularly invited as a speaker at some of the most important Italian and international conferences in the antitrust field.
Foreign languages: English
Enzo a member of the Bergamo Bar Association (1443) and he is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of Cassation.
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