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Antonio Bavasso

Partner Co-Head Antitrust


Bavasso Antonio
Antonio Bavasso

Partner Co-Head Antitrust




Allen & Overy LLP
One Bishops Square
E1 6AD

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  • “Communications in EU antitrust law: market power and public interest”, (Kluwer, 2003)
  • Associate editor of Judicial Review in European Law - Liber Amicorum in honour of Lord Slynn of Hadley, O’Keeffe (ed.) (Kluwer, 2000)


  • “Public service broadcasting and state aid rules: between a rock and a hard place”, (27)(3) European Law Review (2002), pp. 340-350

  • “Essential facilities in EC law: the rise of an 'epithet' and the consolidation of a doctrine in the communications sector”, in 21 Yearbook of European Law 2001-2002, Eeckhout and Tridimas (eds.) (Oxford University Press, 2002), pp. 63-106
  • “Four freedom and national competence in search of the dividing line” (with O’Keeffe) in Judicial Review in European Law - Liber Amicorum in honour of Lord Slynn of Hadley, O’Keeffe (ed.), (Kluwer, 2000), pp. 541-556
  • “Gencor: a judicial review of the Commission’s policy: many lights and some shadows”, 22(4) World Competition (1999), pp. 45-65
  • Written Evidence on Multijurisdictional Merger Control in the FM/T&N case, submitted to the International Competition Policy Advisory Committee of the US Attorney General for Antitrust with Mark Friend Final Report published in March 2000
  • Case note, on Verteinigte Familiapress Zeitundsverlags- und vertriebs GmbH v. Heinrich Bauer Verlag, ECR [1997] I-3689, 35 Common Market Law Review (1998), pp. 1413-1426
  • “Boeing McDonnell Douglas: did the Commission fly too high?”, 19 European Competition Law Review (1998), pp. 243-248
  • “Fundamental Rights and the European Citizen”, (with O’Keeffe), in European Citizenship and Institutional Challenge, M. La Torre (ed.), (Kluwer, 1998), pp. 35-53; a revised version published as “Judicial protection of fundamental rights and the European citizen”, in Judicial Protection of Fundamental rights (Editions Bruyland, 1997), pp. 251-265
  • “Il forum non conveniens nell’esperienza giuridica inglese: discrezionalità come strumento e giustizia come fine” (Forum non Conveniens in the English Experience: Discretion as a Means and Justice as a Goal), in Rivista di diritto civile (1997), pp. 607-638