Vincenzo Volpe joined the London antitrust department as an associate in January 2018. Prior to joining Ropes & Gray, Vincenzo worked as a trainee at the European Commission, DG Competition, and in the Brussels office of a leading international law firm.
Vincenzo advises clients on EU and UK competition and regulatory law matters. He has a broad range of experience, including inquiries and investigations before the EU Commission and UK Competition and Markets Authority as well as advising on mergers and acquisitions. Vincenzo has counselled clients across a variety of industries, including pharmaceuticals, energy, media, aviation and consumer products.
- Advising Medtronic on the CMA review of its preferred partnership with Animas Corporation
Notable transactions in which Vincenzo has been involved prior to joining the firm include:
- Represented Liberty Media Corporation in national merger control approvals of its acquisition of Formula One.
- Advised Halliburton in seeking to receive EU merger control approval of its US$28 billion proposed acquisition of Baker Hughes.
- Acted for Dresser-Rand in EU and other merger control approvals of its US$7.8 billion merger with Siemens.
- Advised one of the largest pharmaceuticals companies in relation to its potential exposure to EU and national merger control laws.
- Advised a leading electronic commerce and cloud computing company on the compliance of its business strategy with EU competition law.
- Advised a major airline in the context of state aid litigation before the General Court of the EU.
- Cited, P. Lugard “IP and Antitrust: The Importance of Due Process and the ICC Best Practices,” Competition Policy International, Antitrust Chronicles, Volume 2 (November 2017)
- “Fighting the Challenge of Cross-Border Insolvency at ‘Home’: A Global Approach to the Failure of Multinational Enterprise Groups,” International Corporate Rescue, Volume 10 (2013), Issue 1
- Presenter, “The Grand Project: Reform of the European Insolvency Regulation,” INSOL Europe Academic Forum Annual Conference, Paris, France (25-26 September 2013)