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Author: Greta Demartini

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I nuovi orizzonti delle piccole e medie imprese: gli strumenti digitali / la “digitalizzazione”

The current global economic environment poses new challenges to businesses, which are having to accelerate the adoption of information and communication technologies. European Union acts as a guide with the propose of a Digital Agenda for Europe, under the strategy of Europe 2020: the scope is to speed up the roll-out of high-speed internet and reap the benefits of a digital single market for households and firms. According to the Commission, the digital transformation of small and medium-sized enterprises is essential for Europe's economic future. Small and medium-sized businesses need the support of experienced professionals to guide them in this...

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Diritto dell’Unione Europea – novità: la direttiva sul risarcimento del danno da illecito antitrust.

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The Directive 2014/104/EU of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 November 2014 on certain rules governing actions for damages under national law for infringements of the competition law provisions of the Member States and of the European Unioni is in force. Member States shall bring into force the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to comply with this Directive by 27 December 2016. The full effectiveness of Articles 101 and 102 TFEU, and in particular the practical effect of the prohibitions laid down therein, requires that anyone — be they an individual, including consumers and undertakings, or...

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“Portata” delle decisioni della Commissione UE nell’ordinamento giuridico di uno Stato membro. Quali effetti nei confronti delle società consorziate?

According to the article 299 TFUE “Acts of the Council, the Commission or the European Central Bank which impose a pecuniary obligation on persons other than States, shall be enforceable”. These acts shall be recognised as enforceable also in each member State. Whe know that, according to EU law, a decision which specifies those to whom it is addressed, shall be binding only on them. Infact, precisely because of its effects, the decision has to be notified to the recipient, who has two months of time to procede against the act in front of the Court of Justice of the European...

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La Corte di giustizia dell’Unione europea in materia di SOA: le conclusioni dell’Avvocato generale Villalòn in causa C-593/13

On March 10th, the Advocate General Pedro Cruz Villalòn presented his opinions on the case brought before the Court by the Council of State with the partial judgment no. 5213 of October 29th 2013. The judgment was issued in the proceeding instituted by the companies RINA Spa, SOA RINA Spa and RINA Services SpA, assisted by the firm Conte & Giacomini, against the Italian legislation of SOA (DPR 507/2010), that requires such bodies to have their registered offices on the Italian territory. Villalon concluded that article 16 of the Directive 2006/123/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 12 December 2006...

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Box sulla sentenza del 4 settembre 2014 della Corte di giustizia dell’Unione europea sui cd. costi minimi dell’autotrasporto

Con la recente pronuncia del 4 settembre u.s. (in cause riunite da C-184/13 a C-187/13, C-194/13, C-195/13 e C-208/13), i Giudici di Lussemburgo hanno affermato che la normativa comunitaria (e precisamente l’art. 101 TFUE in combinato disposto con l’art. 4 par. 3 TUE) osta “a una normativa nazionale, quale quella controversa nei procedimenti principali, in forza della quale il prezzo dei servizi di autotrasporto delle merci per conto di terzi non può essere inferiore a costi minimi d’esercizio determinati da un organismo composto principalmente da rappresentanti degli operatori economici interessati”. La sentenza deriva da un procedimento di rinvio pregiudiziale instaurato dai...

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La sentenza dei giudici dell’Unione europea in materia di contratti di lavoro a tempo determinato dei lavoratori marittimi

In joined Cases C 362/13, C 363/13 and C 407/13, the Court had to decide on a request for preliminary ruling under Article 267 TFEU coming from the Corte suprema di cassazione about the interpretation of Clauses 3 and 5 of the Framework Agreement on fixed-term work concluded on 18 March 1999 (‘the Framework Agreement’), which is annexed to Council Directive 1999/70/EC of 28 June 1999 concerning the Framework Agreement on fixed-term work concluded by ETUC, UNICE and CEEP. National proceedings were about seamen enrolled in the register of seafarers. The Court has ruled that the Framework Agreement on fixed-term work applies...

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I cd. “costi minimi” davanti ai Giudici dell’Unione europea: l’udienza del 7.04.2014

On Monday, 7 April 2014, in Louxemburg, a hearing was held before European Court of Justice about the preliminary ruling procedure on the subject of minimum road transport costs. The parties attending the procedure were as follows: Confetra, Confindustria, ANCC, Roquette Italia S.p.a, who represented the opinion to prohibit minimum costs. The other side, was represented by Fai-Conftrasporto, Consorzio Trasporti Europei Genova and Semenzin Fabio Autotrasporti, stating that the minimum cost law should not be restrained. The State of Italy hold the same view. European Commission Agent Luigi Malferrari has dealt with some legal issues in...

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Partecipazione in forma associata alle gare d’appalto e tutela della concorrenza.

Temporary Group of Companies (RTI) is a negotiating formula of temporary cooperation between companies, which coordinate their activities for an unit performance and / or participation in a project. Therefore, the group can also has the purpose of participation in tendering procedure of public procurements. Although the RTI is now imposed by the rules of a public procurement for the benefit of competition, designed for a wider participation in the tender procedure as for the benefit of the customers, on the other hand the Italian Competition Authority (AGCM) had considered in the past that the RTI could infringe the antitrust laws. Recent...

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Rinvio alla Corte di Giustizia dei “costi minimi” nel settore dell’autotrasporto

Il 15 marzo scorso, con la pronuncia non definitiva dei giudici del Tar Lazio, si è temporaneamente concluso il procedimento avviato dall’AGCM sulla base dei nuovi poteri attribuiti all’Autorità medesima ai sensi dell’art. 21 bis della legge n. 287/90 avverso le determinazioni dell’Osservatorio sull’attività di autotrasporto che stabiliscono i cd. “costi fissi minimi”. I giudici amministrativi hanno, da un lato, respinto con ampie ed articolate argomentazioni tutte le eccezioni preliminari di inammissibilità e improcedibilità del ricorso sollevate dall’Avvocatura dello Stato e dalle parti intervenienti ad opponendum nei confronti dell’Autorità (tra cui Confartigianato Trasporti, Conftrasporto, Coordinamento Interprovinciale FAI, ecc.), dall’altro, hanno...

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Il CD. “Costi minimi” nel settore dell’autotrasporto

PROFILI DI COMPATIBILITÀ CON LE NORME DI DIRITTO DELL’UNIONE EUROPEA E NAZIONALI IN MATERIA ANTITRUST.
Il settore dell’autotrasporto, negli anni sottoposto a considerevoli trasformazioni con riferimento al sistema di determinazione delle tariffe, è oggi al vaglio sia dell’Autorità antitrust nazionale sia dei giudici del Tar a seguito di un ricorso presentato da Confindustria e da altre Associazioni di industriali contro il provvedimento dell’Osservatorio sulle Attività di Autotrasporto che impone tariffe minime.