Enrico Adriano Raffaelli is founding partner of Rucellai & Raffaelli which now counts around 70 lawyers among the Milan, Rome and Bologna offices.
His main areas of practice are Italian and EU competition law, unfair competition and IPR.
He is frequent lecturer on intellectual and industrial property rights, EU law and EU and national competition law at conferences and seminars; among the major conferences, the most important of the recent years were those held at the Italian Antitrust Association, the Fordham University of New York, the Italian Patent and Trademark Office and the Centre de recherche sur le droit des affaires (Creda) de Paris. He taught European Law at the Milan Catholic University for several years and his articles are published on leading journals.
He is Honorary President of the European Lawyers Union and also President of the Competition Law Commission of the same association. He is member of the Scientific Committee of LIDC (Ligue International du Droit de la Concurrence), of the board of the Associazione Italiana per la tutela della concorrenza, the Italian Section of LIDC, as well as member of various associations. He has been promoting the organisation of all the editions of the Treviso Biennial Conference on “Antitrust between EU Law and national Law” (the XIV edition took take place on 29 October 2020).
He received the "excellence award" at the Legalcommunity's IP & TMT Awards 2016.