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Zulli swaps Italy and Norton Rose for Brussels and Covington

October 27, 2014, GCR

This article features Andrea Zulli, who recently joined Covington's EU competition group:

Zulli, 40, will work mainly in pharmaceuticals and life sciences sectors in his new firm. He says it was a hard decision to leave Norton Rose – where he was local partner – but ultimately he wanted to return to Brussels – “the heart of antitrust in Europe”. 

“Not only does Covington have a great overall reputation and competition practice, but it is truly a premier firm in the pharma sector,” he says. “From a personal perspective it will be really exciting to work again with Johan Ysewyn, an old friend and mentor from our time together at Linklaters.” 

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