Andrea Vicari

Our vocation for estate organising and planning has deep roots back in time.

At mid 90’s most people in Italy ignored the existence of trusts. Andrea Vicari, founding partner of Vicari & Associati, driven by the desire to go deeper into both the technical and theoretical profiles of trust law, moved to the United States of America, where he accomplished a master (International Tax Program – Harvard) first and became Doctor of Juridical Science (Cornell) later.

Scientific research has then became applied research.

When the first kernel of Vicari & Associati has been formed back in 2001, these experiences have constituted the foundations for today’s professional practice.

Since that moment, many difficulties have been faced, many estate planning solutions have been realised, many innovative application of trust have been developed, many successes in legal claims re asset protection structures before both national judges and national and international arbitrators have been achieved.

Trust law has remained a pillar of our practice, so much that Andrea Vicari contributed to the drafting of the first law on trusts written in Italian in 2005, the law of the Republic of San Marino, and then he has co-drafted with Professor Maurizio Lupoi its full reform in 2010; Andrea Vicari also collaborated to the drafting of the Constitutional Law for the establishment of the Court for trusts and fiduciary relationships of the Republic of San Marino.

Over time, our practice has taught us to master all the tools of estate planning, consciously developing a working technique unique in the Italian landscape.

Pausing to reflect on the progress we made, we have realised that we have gone further than planned: we aspired to be best experts on trusts, we have became Engineers of Patrimonies, experts in estate organising and planning.

PRACTICE:

Patrimonial engineering takes advantage of the tools offered by both Italian and foreign law, and it is led by precise methodological rules. Each tool must be evaluated regarding its attitude towards producing:

i) PROTECTION WITHIN THE FAMILY, i.e. the ability to make a patrimony indifferent to the matrimonial property regime of both the individual who intends to allocate such patrimony and of its beneficiaries. A structure that pursues such target permits the patrimony to be excluded from the joint estate of the spouses, and not to be evaluated in determining the maintenance allowance if the spouses legally separate or the alimony if they divorce;

ii) PROTECTION WITHIN THE SUCCESSION, i.e. the ability to exclude a patrimony from the estate of both the individual who intends to allocate such patrimony and of its beneficiaries. A structure that pursues such target permits the patrimony to be excluded from the estates of all the subjects involved and therefore prevents the latter from disposing of it by will or devolving it to their relatives according to the rules of forced heirship;

iii) SEGREGATION: to segregate a patrimony means to make it indifferent to the legitimate claims of the creditors of both the subject who owns such patrimony and intends to allocate it, and of its beneficiaries. The segregated patrimony, in fact, is devoted to the destination attributed to it, by the settlor or by the law, and it is legally bound only by the obligations assumed for the pursuing of its purpose;

iv) PLANNING: planning a patrimony means to make it subject to rules and precepts which automatically initiate when some pre- determined events occur; the patrimony is correctly planned where the destination the settlor has attributed to it, abstractly, contemplates every possible circumstance such patrimony has to face, and disciplines the ways it shall react, precisely taking into account the purpose such patrimony has to fulfil. The planning of patrimonies is therefore the dynamic dimension of their organisation.

Raffaele Cavani

Raffaele Cavani is a founding partner of the firm.

Qualified to plead before the Supreme Court, his practice includes both litigation and non-contentious work.

Adjunct professor of European Commercial Law at the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia.

He deals mainly with corporate and commercial law matters, mergers, acquisitions and private equity, international contract issues, anti-trust and competition law.

Education:

University of Modena J.D, graduated cum laude (1988)
University of Chicago Law School, LL.M. (1993)
University of Sassari, Ph. D. Law and Economics (1994)

Languages:

Italian, English, French, Spanish

Selected publications:

“Dispute Resolution 2013” (Italian Chapter) and “Dispute Resolution 2014” (Italian Chapter), published by Law Business Research Ltd. (co-author with Alessandra Fossati and Paolo Preda)

“L’agente e la rappresentanza”, in Contratti di impresa e restrizioni verticali. Agenzia Franchising, Commissione, Mediazione, Spedizione, Milano, 2004

“CRS e tutela dei dati nel codice di condotta: una nuova ricetta in cucina?”, ne Il nuovo diritto aeronautico, Milano, 2002, 767.

“Aiuti per ristrutturazioni nel settore aeronautico: sulla procedura per il controllo comunitario e la prassi della Commissione delle Comunità Europee”, in Studi in Onore di Gustavo Romanelli, Milano, 1997, 224.

“The New Italian International Private Law”, European Business Review, 1996, 124.

“Computerized Reservation Systems for Air Transport: Remarks on the European Community Legislation”, Fordham International Law Journal, 1994, 441.

“Linee e sviluppi della disciplina comunitaria sui sistemi telematici di prenotazione per il trasporto aereo”, Il diritto dell’informazione e dell’informatica, 1992, 613.

MUNARI CAVANI STUDIO LEGALE:

We chose a path of independence and professional attention to the quality of work, in a structure that represents us as individuals and in which those who believe in the values of research, culture and versatility, could identify themselves.

The synthesis resulted in an agile, dynamic, creative, working style with select and never oversized teams, in an environment founded on commitment to critical spirit and mutual cooperation among professionals.

 

Calogero Boccadutri

Calogero Boccadutri is the Managing Partner of Boccadutri International Law Firm.Prior to becoming the Managing Partner of Boccadutri, he worked in the law firm of Prof. lawyer Giovanni Pitruzzella, Professor of Constitutional Law at the University of Palermo, dealing in depth with Administrative law and also with a special focus on public tenders for works, supplies and services, public contracts and public services, both in cases involving litigation and assistance and consulting.

He has trial experience in Forex, Personal Injury and Administrative and Insolvency litigation. Calogero has quickly established himself as one of the leading forex dispute resolution lawyer across the globe. His multi-jurisdictional experience combined with contractual related work means he is perfectly placed to assist with these types of issues.

Calogero specializes in complex, difficult, and substantial internet fraud cases and cases under anti-fraud laws for recovery of monies due to internet scam and Forex fraud.

Education & Court Admissions:

Calogero Boccadutri graduated from the University of Palermo with a First Class degree. He continued his studies at the University of Aberdeen in Scotland.He is a member of the Italian Bar and member of the International Bar Association.He speaks Italian, English and Spanish.

Leadership, Membership & Honors:

  • Italian Bar Association, Member;
  • International Bar Association, Member;

Boccadutri Studio Legale:

Boccadutri Law is a leading independent international law firm that is able to serve a world work network of clients with international lawyers located across the globe and offices in PalermoMilanRomeLondonBarcelonaNew YorkBucharestKrakowRosario and Rio de Janeiro.

Boccadutri is an Italian law firm that specialises in assisting international clients with legal matters in Italy. We are able to serve our clients in their native language and also have offices located across the globe that allow clients to meet our lawyers without having to travel to Italy.

Our international offices are located in Palermo, Milan, Rome, London, Barcelona, New York, Bucharest, Krakow, Rosario and Rio de Janeiro. We are also well placed in Italy to attend court hearings and other local matters with our offices in Milan (North) and Palermo (South).

Boccadutri specialises in a wide range of Italian matters such as personal injuryreal estate, civil law, forex, and administrative and criminal litigation matters. All our expert lawyers are fully qualified and specialists in their respective fields.

We understand that the number of multi-jurisdictional disputes and cross-border transactions is increasing all the time.
We also know how complicated dealing with these matters with lawyers from different countries can be.
For this reason, we have built a team of international lawyers located in different countries to allow clients to speak in their native language.

In our team of specialist lawyers, we have mother tongue speakers of English, Italian, Spanish, German, French, Polish, Russian, Romanian and Turkish.

In addition to this, our commitment to offering our international clients exceptional assistance has helped us build solid working relationships with law firms in a further 20 countries. These contacts, accompanied by our existing global presence allow us to fully serve the international community for legal matters in Italy.

International clients choose to instruct Boccadutri for legal matters in Italy instead of law firms from their domestic countries that act as an intermediary. This enables matters to be resolved in a more time efficient matter and reduces costs for clients, as they do not need to pay for a domestic lawyer that will then instruct an Italian firm. Our international presence means that clients are able to directly instruct an Italian law firm from their countries without having to travel to Italy.

This worldwide presence is unrivalled among Italian Law firms and makes Boccadutri a leader in the international market.

 

Paolo Tognolo

Senior Partner at Studio Tributario Tognolo (estabilished by him in November, 2002), Paolo received his Economic’s degree as a Tax Consultant at the Bocconi University of Milan.

He is a member of the State tax consultants association from 1992 (Dottori Commercialisti) and a member of the State Chartered Accountant association (authorising to perform the activity of Statutory Auditor of Italian legal entities).

He is also included in the Register of technical consultants of the Milan tax Courts as expert of international tax matters.

He regularly provides tax advice to several Italian multinational groups and helps a trustful support to foreign multinational groups on Italian and international tax matters. He also performs the statutory auditor’ legal control activities for many relevant Italian legal entities. He is widely experienced in:

  • M&A (structuring and tax due diligence) and IPO (tax side).
  • Streamlining projects and reorganization of European groups;
  • International tax treaties and double taxation aspects;
  • Permanent Establishment;
  • Transfer Pricing (group planning, defence, documentation, benchmarking analysis, unilateral APA, bilateral APA, Patent box regimes);
  • Back-office assistance to companies during the assessment performed by tax authorities and following steps at domestic as well international implications (i.e. EU arbitration convention procedures and Mutual Agreement Procedures);
  • Standard Ruling and Ruling for New Investments;
  • Group business reorganisations (economic analysis, transfer pricing aspects, direct and indirect tax consequences);

Paolo Tognolo is member of International Tax Commission of the Milan’s Tax Consultant associations and he regularly partecipates as relator to Conferences and Matsters organized by the tax law school of the Tax Consultant’s foundation of Milan. He’s also a member of the Company law Board of Assolombarda, of B.I.A.C. (the Business and Industry Advisory Commitee to the OECD) and partner of I.F.A. (International Fiscal Association).

He regularly lectures at external courses, seminars and workshops for several domestic and international organisations on domestic and international tax matters (such as Business International, Sole 24 Ore, International Institute of Research, Learning Resources Associate and Cegos) and at masters in international taxation (CERTI-Bocconi University, Centro Studi Ragionieri and CEGOS).

Studio Tributario Tognolo:

The tax firm Studio Tributario Tognolo was created in 2002 as initiative of its only founder: Paolo Tognolo. It’s an Italian firm of Tax Consultants, Chartered Accountants and Tax Lawyers located in Milan (Italy) dealing with tax, account and company law advice for medium and large Italian legal entities and for Italian and foreign multinational groups.

The firm is not linked to any auditing company, or tax and legal international network. As a consequence it does not incur in any of the limitations or restrictions at present fixed by CONSOB (Italian regulatory Body), Sarbarnes-Oxley American Law, or by any other foreign regulatory Bodies.

In this environment, the firm represents both the interests of Italian investor’s abroad and foreign investors in Italy through the involvement of a selected group of skilled professional around the globe.

Studio Tributario Tognolo has the unique ability to anticipate the potential vulnerabilities of companies’ processes, planning an efficient management in an internationally dynamic context, building based on trustworthiness and partnership lasting in some cases over 15 years.

 

Mauro Rubino-Sammartano

Education

Juris Doctor, Catholic University of Milan (J.D., 1958)

Teaching

Visiting Professor on commercial arbitration law at the University of Milan (1997-1998) and at the University of Padua (2003-2004 and 2005-2006)

Lecturer on international arbitration at the University of Padua (1987-1989)

            Organisation and teaching at courses on arbitration

            Regular lecturer on arbitration

Admittance at Bars as Counsel

Milan Bar (1961)

Italian Court of Cassation (1975)

Paris Bar (1986)

Associate Tenant of Littleton Chambers, London, as an international arbitrator

Honorary Member of the Istanbul and of the Sofia Bar

Arbitration Roles

Chartered Arbitrator, FCIArb

Chairman of the European Court of Arbitration

Chairman of the Mediation Centre of Europe, the Mediterranean and the Middle East

Chairman of the International School of Arbitration and Mediation of the Mediterranean and the Middle East

He sits as chairman, or sole arbitrator, or member of arbitral tribunals in commercial and investment arbitrations.

Approach to Arbitration

His role as an arbitrator is focused on aiming to understand the parties by creating a constructive dialogue, on ensuring that they have the possibility to prove their case and on taking into account the need that the case be decided in a balanced way and in a short time.

Offices held

President, European Court of Arbitration

Président d’Honneur, Union Internationale des Avocats (UIA)

Chairman Emeritus, International Committee of the Milan Bar

Président d’Honneur, Association Internationale des Juristes de langue Italienne

Honorary President of the European Society for Construction Law 

Founder of the Italian Society for Construction Law

Co-Editor of Foro Padano

Council Member, International Bar Association (IBA)

Previous Offices

Recorder of Desio, 1964-1969

Deputy Judge (Court of Monza)

Honorary Consul in Milan of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan

Chairman of SBL’s International Sales and Related Commercial Transaction

SBL Council Member

Member, IBA Publication Committee

IBA Deputy Secretary General for Southern Europe (appointment not served, due to a simultaneous nomination as President of Union Internationale des Avocats, an office which has been held)

Chairman, The Mediterranean and Middle East Institute of Arbitration

President of the European Society for Construction Law

Chairman Emeritus, IBA’s International Construction Projects

Secretary-General Emeritus of the Federation of European Bars

Honours

Grand Cross (Order of the Merit, Portugal)

High Officer (Order of the Merit, Italy)

Cross of Honour (Order of St. Ramon, Spain)

Grand Silver Decoration of Honour (Austria)

Ordem del Derecho, Colombia

Practice Areas

Contract law

International arbitration and litigation

Construction

Mergers and acquisitions

Sales of goods

Major tort issues

Languages

English

French

Italian

Books

International Arbitration: Law and Practice, Juris, 3nd ed. 2014

Appalti d’Opere e Contratti di Servizi (Construction Contracts and Contracts for Services), Cedam, 3rd Ed. 2006

Il Diritto dell’Arbitrato, (Arbitration Law), Cedam, 6th Ed. 2011

Arbitrato, Conciliazione e ADR” (Arbitration, Mediation and ADR), Zanichelli, Ed. 2009

Warranties in Cross Border Acquisitions”, (Gen. Ed.) Graham & Trottman, London, 1994

Public Policy in Transnational Relationships” (Co-Gen. Ed.) Kluwer, 1991

The Section on Italy of “Practitioner’s Handbook on International Arbitration, (Weigand Ed.) Oxford University Press, 2009

The Part on Civil Procedure in Italy of “World Litigation Law and Practice”, (Ed. Myrick) Matthew Bender, New York, 1985

Drafting and Enforcing Contracts in Civil and Common Law Jurisdiction” (Gen. Eds. K. Yelpaala, M. Rubino-Sammartano and D. Campbell) Kluwer, 1986

Bibliographical Dictionary of the Library of the Milan Bar”, Milan, Giuffré, 1970.

Articles

European Court of Arbitration’s Appellate Arbitral Proceedings, Getting the Deal Through – Arbitration 2017, 30

The Role of the Engineer – Myth and Reality, Transnational Dispute Management, 2017, Vol. 14, issue 2

The Arbitrator’s Pledge Launched by the European Court of Arbitration, ARIA, 2015, Vol. 26, no. 4, 599.

A Continuous Search for New Horizons, ARIA, 2012, Vol. 23, no. 2, 335

Investment Arbitration – Substantive and Procedural Issues in Investments, Yearbook on International Arbitration, Vol. II, 2012, Roth/Geistlinger (gen. ds.), NWV Vienna 

Second (Quasi Perfect ?) Storm Also in Arbitration ? Journal of International Arbitration, 34, no. 6 (2017), pp. 925–934

Prejudging in international arbitration: danger or excuse?, Yearbook on International Arbitration, 2010,Vol. 1

The Procedural Rule: from instrument to obstacle to justice, Foro pad. 2010, 3

Third Generation Arbitration, The American Review of International Arbitration, 2010, Vol. 20, No. 4, 513.

The Fall of a Taboo – Review of the Merits of an Award by an Appellate Arbitration Panel and a Proposal for an International Appellate Court, J. Int. Arb. 2003, 20(4), 387-392

Substantive and procedural issues (and perspectives) in investment disputes, International Arbitration: Law and Practice, 2nd edition Kluwer, 2001

Performance Bonds” in “International Business Transactions”, (Eds. Campbell and Proksch), Kluwer, 1988

Lack of Conformity and Various Reliefs in Sales of Moveable Goods to Italy” in “Survey of the International Sale of Goods” (Eds. Campbell, Lafili and Gevurtz) Kluwer, 1985

Commercial Agency in Italy” in “Rights and Liabilities in Commercial Agency”, Kluwer 1984

Commentary in “Defects, Delay, Prices and Subcontracting in Civil Law”, in “Selected Problems of Construction Law: International Approach”, University Press, Fribourg, 1983

The Channel Tunnel and the Tronc Commun Doctrine, J. Intl. Arb., 1993, Vol. 10, No. 3

Amiable Compositeur (Joint Mandate to Settle) and Ex Bono et Aequo, J. Intl. Arb., 1992, Vol. 9, No. 1

Is Arbitration to Be Just a Luxury Clinic?, J. Intl. Arb., 1990, Vol. 7, No. 3

An International Arbitral Court of Appeal as an Alternative to Long Attacks and Recognition Proceedings, J. Intl. Arb. 1989, 181

International and Foreign Arbitration, J. Intl. Arb. 1988, Vol. 5, No. 3

Third Generation Arbitration. Appeals to a New Panel Within Arbitration Proceedings?, J. Intl. Arb. 1987, Vol. 4, No. 1

The Keban Arbitration, The Arbitration Journal, 1980, 241

The role of the Engineer, Myth and Reality, International Business Lawyer, 81 (1986)

The Civil Law Approach to Evidence, The Arbitration Journal, 331 (1983)

International Construction Agreements-Employer’s Breach and Consequent Right of the Contractor to Withhold Delivery on Site, Intl. Bus. Law., 1943 (1983)

International Construction Agreements, Extent of the Owner’s Interference and case Where the Agreement Become Null and Void, Intl. Bus. Law., 457 (1981)

 

Andreina Degli Esposti

Born in Bologna in June 1960, she graduated magna cum laude in Law from the University of Bologna in February 1984. She also studied at the University of Münster and was admitted to the bar in 1986. She has been involved in research and lecturing in the department of Constitutional Law at the University of Bologna and the departments of Administrative Law at the Universities of Milan and Pavia, publishing various essays and contributing entries to legal encyclopedias.

Throughout the course of her practice – which covers both judicial (predominantly before the Regional Administrative Tribunals and the Consiglio di Stato) and extrajudicial (stipulating agreements with Public Administrations and providing counsel in the administrative areas of M&A and joint ventures) work – she has gained expertise in the sectors of procurement (also concerning the German legal system), environment, telecommunications and town-planning. She also has extensive experience as a member of the Board of Arbitrators.

Currently, she is involved in the professional network of the online administrative law review “GiustAmm.it” and is a member of the Lombardy Association for Administrative Lawyers.

Chambers Europe and Legal 500 place her among the most prominent Italian lawyers in the field of public law.

Studio Legale Villata, Degli Esposti e Associati:

At Studio Villata, Degli Esposti e Associati, our primary objective is to meet the growing demand for specialist advice from public and private clients operating in the various sectors governed by Administrative Law. Having provided legal counsel across all areas of our expertise over the years, our extensive judicial and extrajudicial experience has shaped the Studio as a key consultancy in the current legal framework. We operate within the ever-strengthening relationship between the Administrative and Civil law sectors, and specialise particularly in Corporate and Financial law. The importance of this relationship has now extended across both national and international markets, particularly due to the influence of key independent authorities that regulate areas such as antitrust material, the Stock Exchange and financial brokerage, as well as other entities operating in the field of public utilities (e.g. energy, water, telecommunications and transport).

The Firm’s practice covers all areas of Public Law, either in courts of law (besides before civil and administrative courts, also in criminal proceedings involving public aspects and before Corte di Conti) or extra-judicially. In particular, the Firm is specialized in: Public tenders and Project financing, Real estate and Building Regulation (Commerce, Industrial sites, Malls, Stores and Infrastructures), Environment, Mergers and Acquisitions (i.e. Due Diligence activity), Energy, Public Utilities, Independent Authorities,  Oil and Gas, Waste, Privatisation;

We consider one of our fundamental strengths to be our ability to continually update and evolve our practice in order to accommodate for a constantly developing legal system. The Studio’s dynamic structure means that our lawyers spread across Milan, Rome and Bologna can satisfy our clients’ every need quickly and efficiently.

The Firm is located also in Rome (00198, Via G. Caccini, 1, Tel.+39 06 48 90 67 66 – Fax +39 06 47 82 16 84) and in Bologna (40122, Galleria G. Marconi, 1, Tel.+39 051 23 11 56 – Fax +39 051 04 20 457).

 

Giancarlo Zoppini

Education:

  • Degree (cum laude) in Law (University of Bologna) 1991
  • Four-year degree from the Italian Tax Police Academy 1988

Membership:

  • Admitted to the Italian Bar Association 1995
  • Admitted to the Supreme Court 2007
  • Italian Accountant Auditor (Revisore Contabile) 1996

Career:

  • Partner of Tremonti Romagnoli Piccardi e Associati since 2000
  • Tremonti Romagnoli Piccardi e Associati since 1993
  • Previous experience in another leading Italian tax firm
  • Tax police officer

Practice:

  • Tax litigation and tax ruling, Corporate and M&A

Publications:

  • Author of many articles published in the main Italian tax scholar magazines

Languages:

  • Italian
  • English

Tax Litigation Practice:

The firm has a long standing and solid tradition of handling tax disputes both nationally and internationally.

All the firm’s lawyers and accountants participate in resolving tax controversies both during the audit process and in cases where litigation is unavoidable, such cases being handled by litigators who are tax lawyers, fully experienced in transactional planning as well as in litigation procedures, up to and including those heard before the Italian Supreme Court.

 

Eugenio Briguglio

Graduated in Law cum laude in 1984 at Messina University.

Enrolled in the Register of Lawyers since 1989, qualified for representation before the Supreme Court since 2001. Joined the firm in 1992, Partner since 1998.

Expertise

Tax litigation. Assistance during the pre-litigation phase. Advice on direct and indirect taxation.

Appointed as “permanent visitor” in the tax committee of Confindustria (Italian entrepreneurs association) from 2012 to 2014.

Formerly honorary vice-prosecutor in Milan from 1989 until 1991.

Speaker in seminars, author of many articles and publications, teacher in post-graduation courses on tax matters.

Languages

Italian, English.

 

Salvatore Di Salvatore

Our Partners, starting from our founding partner, Mr. Salvatore di Salvatore, through our junior partners such as Ms. Silvia Verona and senior associates such as Mr. Luca Colageo offer experienced legal and tax advices and bring professional representation to your case. In court we are effective advocates, professional, elegant, and fair.

Copyright, Trademarks, Patents & Design:

ACCOMPLY provides advices on intellectual property law, focusing on Copyright, Trademarks, Patents and Design areas including professional services to private and public businesses for their intellectual property matter in Italy and worldwide. Our practice includes all aspects of patent, trademark, copyright, design, including counselling, assignment and licensing providing a full range of contentious and non-contentious legal advice. We help our clients, register, protect and capitalize on their intellectual property. We work with our client to help them handle their acquisition of intellectual property rights and the enforcement of those rights. We advise on all aspects of branding from assisting at concept phase, copyright and database ownership as well as infringement matters. We also draft assignment and licensing agreements to support co-branding and similar ventures. Copyright protected works of authorship include literary works, motion pictures, musical works, sound recordings, software, data bases, architectural works, and drawings amongst others. Key services of ACCOMPLY include: Trademark, copyright and design protection advice, commercial advice including drafting commercial agreements. is dedicated to protecting the ideas and innovations that drive businesses around the worldwide. We also represent clients on IP issues related to international trade, portfolio management, the Internet, e-commerce and domain name.

ACCOMPLY:

ACCOMPLY is committed to constantly contribute to the actual success of individual clients and the related companies.

Our lawyers and tax advisors analyze a case and provide the tools necessary to achieve the specific goals, perfectly in line with the assignment.

With offices in New York, Milan, Rome, London and Paris, ACCOMPLY enjoys a privileged, solid network. We can work together with professional counselors of all the relevant industries throughout the world.

 

Luciano Castelli

Luciano has recently joined Sanzo e Associati Law Firm. A boutique law firm, made of 16 professionals, specialized in dispute resolution, company and bankruptcy law.

Luciano Castelli, previously the founding partner of Mariconda e Associati, has decades of experience in litigation, acquired assisting multinational and Italian companies, particularly in the civil and commercial law. He followed important national disputes and is often appointed arbitrator from colleagues both from institutional bodies (i.e. Milan Chamber of Arbitration and Order of Chartered Accountants of Milan).

Since September 2009, new private law at the Catholic University of Sacred Heart in Milan and, since December 2011, PhD student in Civil Procedural Law at the University of Milan. Before starting to work with the lawyer. prof. Vincenzo Mariconda in 2009, played his professional activities at Studio Legale Gramellini and Leonelli. He previously worked in the legal department and the department of asset management, division of South America, the Geneva office of Safdié Bank (formerly Bank Multi-Commercial). Since 2012, collaborates with the Group Ipsoa – Wolters Kluwer, the magazine online Contracts (Articles. 1719-1822) and has updated the Civil Code Commented by Guido Alpa and Vincenzo Mariconda (Articles. 2643-2807 ).

Education: University of Milan (JD), University of Finance Geneva – IFGP (Course of Finance), University of Milan (PhD student in procedural law Civil), University of Milan (Corso specialization in Financial Markets Law)