Sara Lembo

Expertise

  • European Union law, antitrust law and regulatory law, with particular focus on advising companies before administrative and judicial authorities on:
    • anti-competitive agreements including bid rigging
    • abuse of dominant position
    • antitrust compliance programs
    • actions for damages deriving from antitrust offences
    • control of corporate concentrations
    • state aid
    • adjustment
    • unfair trading practices
    • abuse of economic dependence

 

  • Key sectors:
    • inter alias
    • pharmaceuticals
    • fashion, luxury goods, design and online platforms
    • banking
    • telecommunications
    • transport

 

  • Foreign languages: English, French and Spanish

Background

  • Joined the firm in 2006
  • Member of the Healthcare and Life Sciences Focus Team
  • Member of the Public International Law & Economic Diplomacy Focus Team
  • Worked for an Italian law firm and for an English law firm, dealing mainly with matters of European law
  • Trained at the Italian embassy in Dakar, Senegal and the UN
  • Author of a number of publications
  • Speaker for advanced courses in European Union law and competition law

Testimonials

She is very competent, very thorough, and incredibly intelligent in adapting the regulatory context to the specific situation. Clients are glad to work with her

(AcritasStars, 2019)

 

She as an ability to deal with complex filings and has great autonomy

(Associate to watch – Chambers and Partners Europe, 2019)

 

Sara Lembo is well thought of by pears in the competition space and has an impressive practice advising both domestic and international clients on matters including abuse of dominance, state aid and merger control

(Who’s Who Legal Italy, 2018)

 

Very active and well known

(Chambers and Partners Europe, 2019)

Qualifications

  • Member of the Italian Bar
  • Member of the Santa Cruz de Tenerife
  • PhD in national and international arbitration from LUISS University of Rome
  • LLM in European Union and competition law from the College of Europe (Bruges)
  • Master’s in international studies from LUISS University of Rome
  • Law degree from Federico II University of Naples

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