“Clients appreciate Gian Luca’s ability to translate complex legal issues into clear business outcomes.”
Gian Luca Zampa has great competence, extraordinary coordination and organisation skills and an aptitude for solving critical issues with an effective and concrete approach.
Gian Luca Zampa is client-oriented, always available, very market-oriented and has excellent knowledge
Gian Luca Zampa receives praise from interviewees for being "an excellent lawyer" who "quickly understands clients' businesses" and "combines his knowledge of antitrust with business needs"
Gian Luca Zampa regularly represents clients before the Italian Competition Authority and the EC, assisting with abuse of dominance, merger control and cartel cases. Sources praise his litigation skills, with a client highlighting him as "very pragmatic and efficient" counsel
Gianluca Zampa is particularly active in antitrust litigation at national and EU level
Gian Luca Zampa assists clients with a range of competition and antitrust matters. He recently advised Cinven on the merger control issues related to its acquisition of the entire share capital of Ergo Italia. According to interviewees, "he is excellent. When you need his help, his timing is crucial and he responds quickly. He has a very pragmatic approach and provides very close support to the client"
Rivista Italiana di Antitrust (Italian Antitrust Review), No.3, 2015 The conundrum of restrictions “by object”: rationale, scope, impact and a proposal (co-author with Alessandro Di Giò)
Competition law & policy debate, May 2015 Information exchanges, concerted practices by object and financial/commodity trading
Competition Law International, 2013 Hub and spoke practices: Law and Economics of the new antitrust Frontier? (co-author with Paolo Buccirossi)
Dizionario sistematico del diritto della concorrenza (a cura di Pace F.), Jovene, 2013 Il riparto dell’onere della prova ai sensi dell’art. 3 Reg. 1/2003 anche con riferimento all’art. 101 § 3 TFUE (co-author with Giulia Attinà)
Contribution to Study by Lear Economic Consultancy to the Office of Fair Trading, 2012 Can “fair” prices be unfair? A review of price relationship agreements (co-author with Alessandro Di Giò)