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We are an international business law firm based in Milan, established in 1965.
Our firm comprises a multi-disciplinary practice of lawyers and tax accountants, with a diverse range of skills and backgrounds. Our team includes dual-qualified Italian and English lawyers together with Italian Dottori Commercialisti (qualified tax practitioners).
Many of our clients are fast growing and several are leaders in their industry sectors.
With established relationships with selected law firms in important business centres across the US, Europe and Asia, we provide our clients with a combination of in-depth local knowledge and a unique global perspective.
We are organized around the following practice areas: corporate and commercial (including M&A), corporate compliance, banking and finance, insolvency and restructuring, tax, life sciences, project finance, employment, administrative law and real estate, litigation and arbitration, and intellectual property.
Administrative and real estate Francesca Masotti
Administrative and real estate Carlo Piatti
Banking and finance Mascia Cassella
Corporate and commercial Luca Masotti
Corporate compliance Mascia Cassella
Employment Barbara Cassol
Insolvency and restructuring Mascia Cassella
Insolvency and restructuring Francesca Masotti
Life sciences Luca Masotti
Litigation and arbitration Luca Masotti
Litigation and arbitration Carlo Piatti
Project finance and energy Mascia Cassella
Tax Francesca Maso
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