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02/11/2017
Administrative & European Public Law - Antitrust & Competition Law

Nctm Studio Legale successfully assisted Medov Civitavecchia, Neri and New Borgo Terminal Containers in front of the Transport Regulatory Authority

Nctm Studio Legale successfully assisted Medov Civitavecchia, Neri and Nuovo Borgo Terminal Containers, three companies active, respectively, in the ports of Civitavecchia, Livorno and Genoa, on the procedures initiated by the Transport Regulatory Authority (ART), on administrative, managerial and economic conduct, carried out by the Port Authority (AdSP).

In all three proceedings, at the outcome of the individual investigative phases, ART shared all of the reports, imposing on the AdSP the initiation of procedures aimed at revising the regulation of some of the services in the three ports involved.

These three ART resolutions open a new phase of port regulations. These are the first measures adopted following the reform of the port regulations (Law No. 84/1994), as recently amended by Legislative Decree no. August 4, 2016, no. 169, and contribute to addressing some problems with the Italian port system.

In addition, following the reports submitted by Nctm Studio Legale on behalf of its clients, ART, with resolution no. 40/2017 of 16 March 2017, noted the need to adopt an act of regulation to define a methodological framework and criteria to ensure fair and non-discriminatory access to port infrastructures, with the extension of the entire national port system.

Nctm Studio Legal assisted Medov Civitavecchia, Neri and New Borgo Terminal Containers with a team coordinated by Alberto Torrazza and including Franco Rossi, Lelio Galdieri and Ekaterina Aksenova, for the administrative, regulatory and antitrust profiles.

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