Gabriella Muscolo has been a Commissioner at the Italian Competition Authority in May 2014.
Appointed as a Judge in 1985, she sat at the Specialist Section for Intellectual Property and Competition Law in the District Court of Rome and at the Court for Undertakings in Rome.
Commissioner Muscolo was appointed as a member of the Enlarged Board of Appeal-EBA of the European Patent Office-EPO from 2009 to 2014. She has been a Fellow of the Centre of European Law of King’s College London, since 2018.
Since 2019, Commissioner Muscolo has been a member of the Board of Trustees of ERA (Academy of European Law) and of the Advisory Board of the ERA Forum (Journal of the Academy of European Law).
Since 2008, she has been a lecturer of Company Law at the School of Specialisation for Legal Professionals at the University of Rome – La Sapienza.
Commissioner Muscolo has lectured at Italian and foreign Universities such as Université de Strasbourg, CEIPI-Centre d’Étude International de la Propriété Intellectuelle, Technische Universitat Dresden, Universidad de Alicante, Queen Mary University, University of Washington, CASRIP- Center for Advanced Studies and Research in Seattle and Waseda University in Tokio.
Commissioner Muscolo publishes in Italian and English in the fields of Intellectual Property and Competition Law. She co-edited the volumes “Intellectual Property and Competition Law: a European perspective”, “The Pharmaceutical Sector Between Patent Law and Competition Law. An International Perspective” and “The Interplay Between Competition Law and Intellectual Property: An International Perspective”.
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