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Google under investigation in Italy
  • Squire Patton Boggs
  • Italy
  • September 30 2009

Following a complaint filed by the Italian Federation of Newspapers Editors (FIEG), the Italian Antitrust Authority decided on 26 August 2009 to launch an antitrust investigation against Google Italy, which was subsequently dawn raided on 27 August


Commission confirms sending Statement of Objections to ENI concerning the Italian gas market
  • Squire Patton Boggs
  • European Union, Italy
  • March 23 2009

The European Commission has confirmed that it has sent a Statement of Objections under EU antitrust rules to the Italian ENI group


Commission approves 46 million regional aid to Fiat for investment project in Sicily
  • Squire Patton Boggs
  • European Union, Italy
  • May 7 2009

The European Commission has authorised, under EC Treaty State aid rules, 46 million of regional investment aid, which the Italian authorities intend to grant to Fiat for an investment project for the production of a new car model in Sicily


Commission approves extension of Italian bank guarantee scheme
  • Squire Patton Boggs
  • European Union, Italy
  • June 23 2009

The European Commission has authorised, under EC Treaty State aid rules, the prolongation of an Italian guarantee scheme for banks


Commission refers Italy to court for failure to respect court ruling to recover illegal aid
  • Squire Patton Boggs
  • European Union, Italy
  • July 1 2009

The Commission has decided to refer Italy to the ECJ for failure to implement a 2004 ruling by the ECJ confirming a Commission decision of 1999 finding that Italy had granted illegal and incompatible aid and ordering its recovery


Commission accepts ENI settlement in Italian gas market competition case
  • Squire Patton Boggs
  • Italy
  • October 19 2010

On 19 March 2009 the Commission notified it's preliminary view to ENI that ENI may be abusing its dominant position by refusing to grant competitors access to capacity available on the Italian gas supply network; granting access in an impractical manner; and strategically limiting investment in its international transmission pipeline system


Soccer league: the Antitrust Authority accepts commitments, one new package for Series A and three new packages for Series B
  • Squire Patton Boggs
  • Italy
  • January 30 2010

The proceeding began on 22 July 2009, to investigate possible abuses of dominant position by the League in its centralised marketing of broadcasting rights


Antitrust Authority launches investigation into possible collusion among guardrail manufacturers
  • Squire Patton Boggs
  • Italy
  • January 30 2010

In a meeting on 13 January 2010, the Italian Competition Authority (the "Antitrust Authority") launched an investigation to determine whether the seven main producers of guardrails established an agreement restricting competition in order to alter competitive dynamics in the awarding of contracts and the supply of metal crash barriers to installation services


Italian football governing body to be investigated for suspected abuse of dominance
  • Squire Patton Boggs
  • Italy
  • August 17 2009

The Italian Competition Authority (the AGCM), on 22 July 2009, indicated that it will open an investigation into whether Lega Calcio (the Italian Football League), abused its dominant position in the centralised marketing of its rights relating to the preparation of "packets" of Serie A TV rights for the 2010-2011 and 2011-2012 seasons, respectively


Commission approves Italian state aid for a new combined freight transport service
  • Squire Patton Boggs
  • European Union, Italy
  • June 23 2009

The European Commission announced that it has decided to approve Italian State aid for a new combined freight transport service