Livia Zamfiropol practices in the area of corporate/competition and data protection, being highly knowledgeable in Romanian competition law.

She has more than 18 years of experience in the field in a wide array of industries, including highly regulated sectors (such as telecommunications, pharmaceuticals), e-commerce, IT, media, automotive, retail, food and beverages. She has been involved in complex antitrust investigations concerning abuse of dominance and anti-competitive agreements and in merger cases.

Livia has co-ordinated and implemented a large number of antitrust compliance programmes and has also assisted clients with strategic advice in litigation proceedings involving the challenge to decisions issued by the Romanian Competition Council.

She is a frequent speaker at national and international conferences, including various events to promote competition law organized in cooperation with the Romanian Competition Council.

She authored the chapter "Abuse of dominant position in Romania" in two editions of The Dominance and Monopolies Review (2017 and 2018). She is contributing author to the Trends & Development section of Chambers Global Practice Guide - Cartels, 2018 and 2019. As member of the Competition and State Aid Committee of the American Chamber of Commerce in Romania, she coordinated this committee during amendments to competition law which occurred from 2009–2016.