Stockholm Centre for Commercial Law

Marco Corradi

Universitetslektor /


Resumé

Erfarenhet

2018 – Senior Research Fellow – SCCL

-2017-2018 – Visiting Professor in EU Substantive Law – Europa-Kolleg – Hamburg University

-2016-2018 – Senior Lecturer in Law – Lund University – Faculty of Law

-2013 – Internship at the Court of Justice of the EU; Cabinet of Judge Anthony Borg Barthet

-2009-2012 – Lecturer in Law – Oriel College (Oxford) – Centre for Business Law (CBL) International Summer Program

-2011 – Research Fellow Law and Finance – Columbia University – NYC

-2005 – 2013 – Barrister/Attorney at Law (‘Avvocato’) – Court of Appeal of Bologna

-2004 –2005 – Judge School, Dr. Marco D’Orazi, Bologna

-2003-2004 – Legal Consultant – Studio Legale Rossi – Bologna

-2002-2004 – Notary Pupillage – Studio Notarile Fiorentini & Corradi – Imola

-2002-2006 – Teaching Assistant in Commercial Law University of Trento – Faculty of Economics

-2001-2008 – Teaching Assistant in Commercial Law University of Bologna – Faculty of Law

-2001-2003 – Barrister Pupillage – Studio Legale Associato Ponzi Folli Minzoni – Imola

Scholarships and Research Grant

 

    • Doctoral scholarship from the Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research (2001-2004)
    • Research Grant by the Italian Ministry of University and Scientific Research for studying the Implementation of EU Regulation 1/2003 within the Italian Jurisdiction (2003)
    • Research grant (shared with the other participants) by the Oxford-Beijing Cairncross Foundation for a Policy Research on EU and Chinese Competition Law (2009
    • Research Grant by the Soederbergs Foundation for researching on The anti-competitive effects of non-controlling financial holdings (2017-2019

Prizes 

 

  • Prize for the Best Competition Law Performance in BCL/MJUR (2009)
  • Monckton Chambers, London
  • First Prize for the Best Italian Student in Law (2001)
  • Guida al diritto/Il Sole 24 ore, Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, Rome
  • Prix de la Paix et de l’Entente Mondiale (1992)Rotary International, Paris and Charente

Publikationer

Monographs and Contributions to Edited Monographs

 

CHINESE (Translated from English into Chinese)

– 欧洲国家援助法发展历程 (The Development of EU State Aid Law from a Policy Perspective), in William Kovacic and o (eds), 以竞争促增长:国际视角 (Accelerating China’s Growth by Strengthening Competition) (中信出版社, Citic, Beijing, 2017) 97-162 [Chapter in Book]

 

ENGLISH

– Corporate Opportunities: a Law and Economics Analysis (Hart, Oxford, 2019) (peer reviewed)

A law and economics analysis of corporate opportunities doctrines from a comparative perspective (University of Oxford, 2015 – DPHIL Thesis – 437 pages)

– With and without Prejudice: on the Case of Cross-Border Mergers for Large Multinational Firms and SMEs (with Julian Nowag) forthcoming on Steef Bartman (ed) Cross-border Mergers Directive: EU perspectives and national experiences (forthcoming 2018) [Chapter in Book]

 

– Corporate opportunities: a comparative view of the allocation of business opportunities within a corporation: British and Italian company law from a positive perspective (University of Oxford, 2010 – MPHIL Thesis – 136 pages).

 

 

Articles

 

ENGLISH

Justum Pretium Theory and Practice in Medieval Italy: Lessons for Modern Antitrust Price Theory? forthcoming on (2018) 63 Antitrust Bulletin (Special Issue 2018, edited by Barry Hawk) (peer reviewed)

– Securing Corporate Opportunities in Europe – Comparative Notes on Monetary Remedies and on their Potential Evolution, forthcoming on (2018) 18 Journal of Corporate Law Studies (peer reviewed)

– Corporate Law Incentives to Directors’ Technological Innovations – A Comparative Analysis (Accepted – YCC Business Law Workshop – Fordham Law School 2018) (peer reviewed)

– Active and Passive Institutional Investors and New Antitrust Challenges: Is EU Competition Law Ready? (with Anna Tzanaki) on Antitrust Chronicles – June 2017 (peer reviewed)

– Bridging the Gap in the Shifting Sands of Non-Controlling Financial Holdings? (2016) 39(2) World Competition 239-266 (peer reviewed)

– ‘Corporate Opportunities’ Tested in the Light of the Theory of the Firm – a European (and US) Comparative Perspective (2016) European Business Law Review 755-819 (peer reviewed)

Corporate Opportunities and the Theory of the Firm’, accepted for the Advances in Business-Related Scientific Research Conference 2013 (ABSRC 2013; Venice).

– Agency costs in the shadow of the European Stock Exchanges: a comparative assessment of the British and Italian Law on Related Party Transactions and on Corporate Opportunities (2012) Journal of Comparative Law 23-50 (peer reviewed)

-Partial Cross Ownership and Tacit Collusion: A Comment (with Corrado Corradi) (2003) RSEC 27-34 (peer reviewed)

The Adjusted Knaster Procedure Under Unequal Entitlements (with Valentina Corradi) (2002) Decisions in Economics and Finance 157-160 (peer reviewed)

 

FRENCH

– Les opportunités d’affaires saisies par les administrateurs de la société en violation du devoir de loyauté, on Bull. Joly Sociétés 2011.

 

ITALIAN

– Commento all’art. 120 T.U.F., in: “Commentario T.U.F. – Decreto Legislativo 24 febbraio 1998, n. 58 e successive modificazioni”, F. Vella (ed), G. Giappichelli Editore, Torino, 2012, 1243 ff.

– Commento all’art. 121 T.U.F., in: “Commentario T.U.F. – Decreto Legislativo 24 febbraio 1998, n. 58 e successive modificazioni”, F. Vella (ed), G. Giappichelli Editore, Torino, 2012, 1256 ff.- Le opportunità di affari all’ultimo comma dell’art. 2391 c.c.: profili interpretativi tra ‘società’ ed ‘impresa’, Giurisprudenza commerciale, 2011, 597 ff.

Le opportunità di affari all’ultimo comma dell’art. 2391 c.c.: profili interpretativi tra ‘società’ ed ‘impresa’, Giurisprudenza Commerciale, 2011, I, p. 597 ff. (peer reviewed)

– L’applicazione del diritto antitrust nazionale e comunitario a norma dell’art. 134 c.p.i.: note minime, in Rivista Trimestrale di Diritto e Procedura Civile, 2009, 709 ff (peer reviewed)

– La proporzionalità tra partecipazione e “potere di controllo” nell’art. 2449 c.c., in Giurisprudenza Commerciale, 2008, II, 932 ff (peer reviewed)

– GlaxoSmithKline: il diritto antitrust comunitario alla deriva e la necessità di un “salvagente della forma”, in Giurisprudenza Commerciale, 2008, II, 87 ff

– Le partecipazioni societarie che non veicolano il controllo: riflessioni di economia e diritto antitrust, in Rivista del Diritto Commerciale e del Diritto Generale delle Obbligazioni, 2007, 363 ff

– Gli investitori istituzionali italiani e la corporate governance delle società quotate dopo la riforma del 1998: un’analisi del ruolo potenziale dei gestori di fondi comuni, in Banca, Impresa Società, 2002, 397 ff (with Marcello Bianchi and Luca Enriques)

– Validità ed efficacia di una clausola di prelazione nell’ambito di una vendita coattiva, in Giurisprudenza Commerciale, 2002, II, 591 ff

– Conflitto di interessi, azione sociale di responsabilità e impugnazione di deliberazioni negative, in Giurisprudenza commerciale, 2001, II, 832 ff

 

Working Papers
Recent – 2017 (Submitted or Accepted Papers)

Comparative and European Corporate Law

-A Cross-Border Look to Venture Capital in the Light of Corporate Opportunities Doctrines and Directors’ Duty not to Compete

European Competition/ Corporate Law:

– The ‘Corpetition’ Challenge – On the Difficulties in Giving Account of the Connections between Corporate and Competition Theory in the EU Legislation (Oxford blog contribution 2018)

-Enforcing Corporate Opportunities Rules: the Hidden Antitrust Risk’ (October 2017) (with Julian Nowag) (Presented at the NYU Global Antitrust Conference- NYC 2018)


Utbildning

-2016 Post-Doc in Comparative and European Corporate Law – Max Planck Institute for Comparative and International Private Law – Hamburg (Stipendiat 09/10-16)

-2011-2016 PHD (DPhil) – Comparative and European Corporate Law (awarded 04/06/16) University of Oxford – Jesus College (supervisor Professor Paul Davies). Thesis:2016 Corporate Opportunities

-2010 MPHIL – Comparative and European Corporate Law University of Oxford – St Catherine’s College
Thesis: Corporate Opportunities

-2009 LLM (MJUR) Magister Juris – Distinction + Merit Award University of Oxford – St Catherine’s College
Thesis: Related Party Transactions

-2002 -2007 PHD – Law and Economics (awarded 28/08/2008)

Richard Goodwin School of Economics – University of Siena 2003- Thesis: Minority Share and Bond-holdings and Passive Investments in EU and Italian Competition Law

-2001-2002 MSC – Law and Economics Richard Goodwin School of Economics – University of Siena

-1996-2001 JD Magna Cum Laude in each of the 22 qualifying examination
(30/30) – final result: 110/110 Summa cum Laude + National Merit Award 2001 – University of BolognaThesis: Il socio in conflitto di interessi (Shareholders’
Conflict of Interests)

-1991-1996 – Liceo Scientifico Statale Rambaldi-Valeriani –Imola – Scientific Studies – Final

2011 Investment Arbitration Law – Arbitration Academy – Paris

2007 Summer School in Competition Law – London School of Economics – London

2002 Models of Economic Rationality in L&E and in the Theory of Incomplete Contracts – Trento Summer School, Trento

2002 Doctoral Course in Corporate Law – Stiftung der Schweizerischen Nationalbank-Gerzensee

-2001 Summer Session in Comparative Company Law -
Wake Forest University School of Law -Venice

Didactic

-2010 – PLTO Teaching Diploma (Training for lecturing in UK Universities) – University of Oxford – Faculty of Law

-2016 -2017 Supervision of 9 Master Thesis and examiner in one PHD intermediate defense


Uppdrag

Visiting Research Positions

– 2015 Visiting Research Scholar at Humboldt University, Berlin

– 2014 Visiting Research Scholar, Fordham University, New York

– 2011 Visiting Scholar, Max Planck Institute, Hamburg

– 2011 Visiting Scholar, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Madrid

– 2011 Visiting Scholar, Centre de Recherches Sorbonne Affaires, Paris I, Paris

 

Policy Research

-2014-2016 Policy Research on ‘European State Aid Policy’ Commissioned by the Chinese Antitrust 2014- Authority and Cairncross Foundation to Professor Sir Derek Morris: Responsible of the section on 2016 ‘EU State Aid law’ (Beijing and Oxford)

-2013 – PBP Oxford Consultancy to the Georgian Government for the Reform of Competition Law – Responsible for the section on sanctions and remedies (Oxford)

-2011-2016 -Policy Research on USA and EU Competition and Free Trade Law, Commissioned by the Chinese Antitrust Authority and Cairncross Foundation to Professor Thomas Cheng & Peter Freeman (judge) (Beijing; Hong Kong and Oxford)

-2005 – National Ministerial Research Project (PRIN) – ‘Antitrust and Regulatory Competition’ (Rome)

 

 

Seminars and Conferences

 

As Organizer

 

-26&27.06.2018 – First International Conference on the Relationships between Corporate Law and Antitrust Law, Lund (2018) (with Julian Nowag, co-organizer)

 

As Speaker

 

-01.02.2018 – NYC – American Society of Comparative Law YCC Workshop on Comparative Business and Financial Law
Corporate Law Incentives to Directors’ Technological Innovations – A Comparative Analysis

-26.01.2018 – NYC – NYU Next Generation of Antitrust Scholars Conference Enforcing Corporate Opportunities Rules: Antitrust Risks and Antitrust Failures

-07.08.17 – Nicosia (Cyprus) – First Conference on Cross-border Mergers Directive: EU perspectives and national experiences
With and without Prejudice: on the Case of Cross-Border Mergers for Large Multinational Firms and SMEs

-08.06.17 – Salt Lake City (USA) – 8th National Business Law Scholar Conference
Bargaining over Corporate Opportunities: Disclosure, Negotiation and Residual Allocative Effects

-21.04.16 – Bergen (Norway) – Bergen Centre for Competition Law and Economics – ‘2nd Annual Conference on Competition Policy’ 
Enforcing Corporate Opportunities Rules: the Hidden Antitrust Risk (with Julian Nowag)

-02.07.2015 – Berlin (Germany) – Humboldt University – Großbritannien-Zentrum – ‚British Studies 
Research Colloquium’ 
An Evolutionary and Comparative Perspective on the ‘Market’ for Corporate Opportunities in the United Kingdom

-24.04.2015 – Bergen (Norway) – Bergen Centre for Competition Law and Economics – ‘1st Annual Conference on Competition Policy’
Bridging the Gap in the ‘Shifting Sands’ of Non-Controlling Financial Holdings?

-29.01.2015 – Brussels (Belgium) – ULB
Corporate Opportunities Doctrines and the Theories of the Firm

-21.01.2015 – Tilburg (Netherlands) –TILEC
Legislative Options for an Efficient Allocation of Corporate Opportunities.

-12.11.2014 – NYC (USA) – Fordham Law School – VSRF Seminar Series Minority Equity and Debt Holdings in EU Competition Law

-25.06.2014 – NYC (USA) – Fordham Law School – VSRF Seminar Series Solomonic bargaining in corporate law

-26.04.2010 – Oxford UK) – Oxford Graduate Legal Research Conference Program
Corporate Opportunity Rules in a comparative perspective: individuating a correct ‘tertium comparationis’

-06.03.2010 – Oxford (UK)– Corporate & Financial Law Reading Group
Corporate law rules for the allocation of the entitlements to exploit new business opportunities: notes from an economic perspective


Medlemskap

-2013 -Academic member of the European Corporate Governance Institute (ECGI)

-2017 – Academic Associate of the American Society of Comparative Law

-2013 – Member of ARBIT (Italian Young Arbitrators Association)

-2013 – Accredited Civil and Business Mediator – ADR Chambers – London

-2005 – Avvocato (Attorney at Law; Barrister), Bologna Bar Association – Bologna


Språk

Italian (native); English and French (both business fluent); German (B2 certificate; good in reading); Spanish (spoken: basic, reading very good); Portuguese (only reading); Swedish (beginner/on-going studies)