Although there are concerns surrounding slow economic growth in Italy, trademark activity appears to be healthy; the Italian Trademark Office has been busy with an increasing number of filings and has established a support programme to help start-ups protect their intellectual property. The distinction between law firms and IP agencies remains fairly obvious in Italy, but the line is blurring as more law firms expand their prosecution offerings. International firms and modern boutiques are increasing their advantage over traditional outfits and professor-led set-ups, which has gradually transformed the market. SIB Legal – now Spheriens – has gone through a thorough rebranding and has been promoted to the gold tier. A new addition, Nortobartolo & Gervasi earns its debut in the WTR 1000 having received major praise from clients.


  • Hogan Lovells Studio Legale
  • Spheriens
  • Studio Legale Bird & Bird
  • BonelliErede
  • DLA Piper Studio Legale Triubtario Associato
  • Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • IP Law Galli 
  • Martini Manna Avvocati
  • Nctm Studio Legale
  • Studio Legale Jacobacci & Associati
  • Studio Legale Sena e Tarchini
  • Trevisan & Cuonzo
  • Bresner Cammareri Intellectual Property 
  • CREA Avvocati Associati
  • Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale


General practice firm BonelliErede knows all about the business of a brand. Not only does the team sew up licensing agreements seamlessly, it also displays a natural ability in the courtroom. Highly driven to give clients laser-sharp and sector-specific advice, the practice has a newly established focus team, which manages IP and image rights for professional athletes. The strength of the group rests, in no small part, on the abilities of Giovanni Guglielmetti. The proficient litigator “gives top-level advice and is cool and collected under pressure.” He is in hot demand among clients in the fashion and luxury sphere.

Bresner Cammareri Intellectual Property 

Compact IP boutique Bresner Cammareri Intellectual Property has been making waves on the market of late and debuts in the WTR 1000 this year. The firm has the capabilities to assist high-flying clients on either side of the contentious/non-contentious divide but is especially effective in the fight against fakes. “One of the best trademark lawyers in Italy,” Davide Bresner is “excellent at handling and managing anti-counterfeiting cases. He is totally reliable, responsive and easy to work with on complex and stressful matters. He provides comprehensive and on-point reports on all relevant developments and achieves desired outcomes in the most cost-effective way.” Portfolio management and IP transactions are a cinch for Emanuele Cammareri who makes his way into the ranks this year on the back of praise from foreign associates. “Passionate and diligent, his level of knowledge and foresight surpass expectations. Emanuele has a calm demeanour coupled with an ability to power through tasks to reach an amicable solution for both parties.”

CREA Avvocati Associati

Quick off the blocks when trouble brews, the “seriously client-oriented and proactive” IP crew at CREA lead the way in anti-counterfeiting. The outfit has set up a new criminal law department solely focused on counterfeits and piracy-related concerns, and has cultivated excellent relations with Customs and the Financial Guard. The past year saw Daniele Caneva conduct a groundbreaking seizure of over 120,000 imitation products on behalf of L’Orèal, Lancôme, Garnier and Yves Saint Laurent. “Daniele understands the needs of his clients perfectly, gives practical advice and always finds the best solutions, while being flexible on pricing.” Exclusively partnering with IP agency Bugnion, rights holders can feel comfortable knowing that their prosecution needs will be met as well.

DLA Piper Studio Legale Triubtario Associato

Dynamic global law firm DLA Piper provides 360-degree brand protection and has enjoyed a banner year both in prosecution and litigation; instructions on contentious matters in particular have skyrocketed. A stalwart leader in the firm, Gualtiero Dragotti has a birds-eye perspective of the IP and technology division. Being an admitted representative before the Supreme Court, Dragotti has been in his fair share of high-stake disputes for domestic and international clients alike; indeed, the president of the Italian group of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property “knows trademarks inside out”. In a similar vein, colleague Robert Valenti is “extremely pragmatic. He finds the right solution but also knows when to settle.” A dab hand in litigation, he takes on unfair competition and comparative advertising disputes with poise; licensing and transfer agreements are another key strength. Since the arrival of Annamaria Algieri in 2016, the filing practice has benefited from strong leadership, while the portfolio management service offering has gone through the roof.

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

Herbert Smith Freehills caught everyone’s attention when it set up shop in 2018. Shining bright in cross-border litigation, the team also has a knack for getting signatures on the bottom line of IP deals and monetising assets to the max. The practice cannily acquired key players from Simmons & Simmons, namely Laura Orlando and Pietro Pouché. “Among the best IP lawyers in Italy, they have a keen grasp of the commercial issues and tailor optimum strategies around them.” Heading up the Italian office, “Laura is super pragmatic and business oriented. She has outstanding technical knowledge and can be relied upon to provide the best legal solutions.” She specialises in the life sciences sector – recently protecting FederFrama.Co’s trademark PROFAR, the largest biomedical product label in the region.

Hogan Lovells Studio Legale

Hogan Lovells is “one of the most powerful firms” in Italy. The IP department operates as a one-stop shop, judiciously drawing on the firm’s wider resources. As well as offering a superb portfolio management service, the team knows how to navigate its way around the courtroom and frequently acts on behalf of big hitters in benchmark litigation. Luigi Mansani is the tip of the spear. “He is the perfect combination of a fantastic lawyer and a great academic. He has a sound business sense, coupled with profound legal and technical knowledge.” Giovanni Ghirardi is the man to call on for pan-European actions; the seasoned litigator and tech guru has been tried and tested in numerous landmark cases. When it comes to strategic brand counselling, Maria Luce Piattelli is the go-to; she knows how to get rights registered and monetised with striking proficiency.

IP Law Galli 

This highly specialised boutique is consistently on the frontline of precedential trademark disputes; it can steer its way through convoluted transnational litigations and has also proved itself superb at negotiating out-of-court resolutions. Leading light of the practice Cesare Galli is a distinguished professor and “one of the top IP lawyers in the country, with the most experience”. “He has a unique and impressive knowledge base coupled with an excellent strategic sense.” Galli “places an importance on teamwork” and has represented Bulgari with executive partner Mariangela Bogni on two important cases relating to unfair competition and selective distribution. Bogni is a toughened litigator with a flair for design matters and shape marks. The past year saw the pair go to the Supreme Court on behalf of Emmentaler Switzerland in a denomination of origin dispute.

Martini Manna Avvocati

Housing refined expertise in intellectual property, Martini Manna makes the best use of its resources and brings solutions to even the most complicated problems. Its dynamic practitioners always keep clients’ commercial goals in mind when executing instructions and look to add value by consistently evolving the firm’s services. Founding partner Elena Martini knows just what to do at every point of the trademark lifecycle. Her colleague Luigi Manna is an all-rounder with a penchant for internet-related matters and domain name disputes; the IT star recently obtained a preliminary injunction on behalf of Jeunesse Global, protecting its trademarks from being used as domain names.

Nctm Studio Legale

Business law firm Nctm Studio Legale “renders a complete and accurate service, leaving you fully satisfied. The work is well organised, punctual and perfectly done.” Deftly advising on all matters in the IP realm, its practitioners shine brightest in the courtroom. Lorenzo Attolico provides strong leadership to the department. With a keen eye for detail, he is the right-hand man for esteemed clients that include Gucci, Nike and mou. Acting for Charlotte Olympia, he recently obtained extensive court recognition of the unique design concepts and shape of its shoes. Another favourite of luxury, design and automotive leaders is Paolo Lazzarino, a “prompt and business-oriented lawyer whose excellent advice comes at a reasonable price”. He took the reins in a successful multi-jurisdictional anti-counterfeiting case on behalf of Supreme NYC, winning full recognition of the validity of both the registered and unregistered rights of its logo. Safeguarding portfolios is another strong suit of Lazzarino’s, and he has been called on to protect brands such as Under Armour and Sky International, which has a portfolio consisting of over 300 marks.

Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale

Portolano Cavallo is perfectly poised to address complex trademark and advertising questions from clients in entertainment and telecoms. The entrepreneurially minded firm gets a buzz out of innovation and has a specific team to assist start-ups in the creation of their business ventures. Captain of the side Lydia Mendola dominates in dispute proceedings and can whip up a licence agreement in no time at all; with over 18 years of experience, she knows how to extract commercial value from intangible asset portfolios. Cross-border litigation specialist and arbitrator Micael Montinari is savvy to the commercial needs of his clients in the fashion and digital fields. The resident life sciences buff is Marco Blei, who applies good business sense negotiating IP-rich deals on behalf of big players in the pharmaceutical industry.


Operating under a new name and a new image, fresh-faced IP ensemble Spheriens – formerly Studio Legale SIB – is the talk of the town. The firm is a force to be reckoned with – it has brought in numerous experts in the field and expanded on its service offering to encompass the entirety of the trademark lifecycle, all of which has brought it into the WTR 1000 gold tier this year. The side has practitioners manning desks in Florence, Milan and Rome, as well as a liaison office in New York, and maintains a roster of esteemed clients. Managing partner Pier Luigi Roncaglia excels at anything cross-border. “A top-notch litigator with an impressive strategic approach, he is extremely pleasant to work with and always sees the big picture.” With fashion as his forte, Roncaglia can be found backing industry giants such as Levi Strauss & Co, whose signature pocket stitching he has enforced. “An expert in the ‘legal fake’ phenomenon, Noemi Parrotta cannot be recommended enough.” Admitted to both the New York and Italian bars, the WTR 1000 newcomer lends her refined skillset to High Speed Productions – owners of the streetwear brand Thrasher – which she is assisting in clearing the Italian market of copycat products. “Noemi knows how to juggle complicated counterfeiting and infringement matters quickly, with vigilance, grace, intelligence and expertise. She can handle multiple disputes at once, across several courts and on multiple levels and still find the time to negotiate settlements with smaller infringers.” Together with Roncaglia, she recently represented Stella McCartney in a design infringement matter that had additional unfair competition elements. The pair successfully obtained a pan-European restraining order and secured a moral damages award from the Court of Milan for the first time. Navigating across the spectrum of brand rights protection, Lorenzo Litta skilfully divides his time between his duties as a European trademark attorney and an attorney at law. With a particular affinity for the sports sector, Litta assisted Arthur Melo in lengthy image rights negotiations to finalise his transfer to FC Barcelona. This year also sees the addition of Carloalberto Giovannetti and Giacomo Moleri to the WTR 1000 thanks to effusive praise from clients. “They are super responsive, personable and communicate extremely well. Both are especially adept at handling matters of conflict in an efficient and conciliatory manner – their work is exceptional and done for a reasonable fee.” “They provide valuable and practical advice and their case handling is extremely professional. They achieve fantastic results and also negotiate great settlements.”

Studio Legale Bird & Bird

“IP specialist Bird & Bird maintains one of the best global trademark practices. Its team in Italy does a particularly stellar job.” For the savvy Milan crew, nothing is off limits when it comes to brands; the team performs routine clearance and filing work with efficiency, manages international portfolios astutely and cost effectively, supervises brand launches with excellent strategic vision and litigates with confidence and poise. Internationally celebrated lawyers Massimiliano Mostardini and Giovanni Galimberti stand shoulder to shoulder as captains of the IP unit. Mostardini is “super empathetic and fantastic at cultivating close relationships with colleagues and clients”. Galimberti is an authority on geographical indications and acts for Italian consortia to protect ‘made in Italy’ products. He enjoyed success on behalf of Consorzio del Prosecco this year, obtaining a preliminary injunction to protect the designation of origin of the bubbly brand. Industry heavyweight Parmigiano Reggiano relies on his skillset on the non-contentious front.

Studio Legale Jacobacci & Associati

With strategically located offices in Milan, Rome, Turin, Paris and Madrid, Jacobacci & Associati is well placed to assist a diverse European clientele. In addition to providing all-inclusive trademark services, its astute lawyers are fluent in adjacent areas such as competition, media and data protection law. Leading lights of the practice Fabrizio Jacobacci and Marco Francetti play a pivotal role here. Polyglot Jacobacci can administer counsel in English, French, German and Italian. The Turin-based lawyer enjoys a superb reputation on the market for his deft handling of intricate matters, including arbitrations. Francetti, who takes the reins in Milan, knows the ins and outs of the Italian court system. With a previous stint at a distinguished law firm in China, he protects and enforces IP rights on the other side of the world with consummate ease.

Studio Legale Sena e Tarchini

Sena e Tarchini knows everything there is about distinctive signs and the related topics of advertising, competition and antitrust law. Its driving force Giuseppe Sena is “one of the godfathers of Italian intellectual property” – he has been on the frontlines for 65 years and played a significant role in the shaping of the domestic legal landscape. A phenomenal litigator, he has “the deepest understanding of the issues at hand”.

Trevisan & Cuonzo

“One of the most established firms on the market, Trevisan & Cuonzo provides an excellent service.” The outfit offers made-to-measure support to its diverse clients – it registers marks promptly and achieves stellar results in court. This is due in no small part to the consistent efforts of namesake partners Luca Trevisan and Gabriel Cuonzo. Trevisan is renowned internationally having headlined multi-jurisdictional trademark disputes. Cuonzo is a “sophisticated litigator with a particular focus on the domestic market”. With 30 years of experience under his belt, the sharp practitioner is no stranger to high-profile disputes and is often found negotiating intricate asset transfers over international waters. Completing the triad, Julia Holden has been working seamlessly with her team members since the firm’s inception. As a jointly qualified English solicitor and Italian attorney, the anti-counterfeiting specialist stands out from the crowd.



  • Highly recommended
  • Barzanò & Zanardo
  • Bugnion SpA
  • Jacobacci & Partners
  • Società Italiana Brevetti SpA
  • Studio Torta SpA
  • Recommended
  • AKRAN Intellectual Property
  • Botti & Ferrari srl
  • Buzzi Notaro & Antonielli d’Oulx
  • Cantaluppi & Partners
  • De Simone & Partners
  • GLP Intellectual Property Office 
  • Modiano & Partners
  • Notarbartolo & Gervasi 

AKRAN Intellectual Property

Entrepreneurial and dynamic, AKRAN Intellectual Property provides a wonderfully flexible service to a diverse client base that encompasses exciting start-ups and large domestic and multinational corporations. The set has all aspects of the protection of marks on lock, navigates astutely in the digital realm and brings a wealth of civil and criminal litigation expertise to the table thanks to its cadre of lawyers. “Personable and incredibly well prepared,” popular consultant Peter McAleese is a key name for the address book. Fellow attorney Andrea Klein is fluent in domestic and international prosecution.

Barzanò & Zanardo

Barzanò & Zanardo “provides a great service and turns work around rapidly”. With seven outposts spread around the country, the well-oiled machine is in pole position to file with speed and precision. The “extremely bright” Alessandra Tedesco anchors things in Milan. She gives peace of mind to clients thanks to her 30-plus years of trademark and marketing experience and does a neat job tailoring her communication style and advice to meet the needs of each client.

Botti & Ferrari srl

“Super efficient, extremely reliable and enjoyable to work with,” Botti & Ferrari garners warm plaudits from the market. The internationally minded IP firm understands the ingredients that go into a strong and distinctive brand and cooks up excellent protection and commercialisation strategies. One of the group’s best trademark experts is Sabrina Fumagalli, a seasoned prosecution pro and artful performer in oppositions.

Bugnion SpA

“A landmark on the Italian IP landscape,” Bugnion recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. The firm has international clout and maintains 16 offices across Europe and the United States and a staff of over 200 people, including 70 qualified attorneys. The impressive stats do not stop there; the prolific filer manages 27,000 patents and over 45,000 trademarks and acts for a stable of 8,000 clients. Thriving in an environment in which speed and accuracy are crucial are Milan office head Donatella Prandin, “distinguished professional” Simone Verducci Galletti, perceptive strategist Alessandro Mannini and commercially minded former Intel senior attorney Fabio Angelini.

Buzzi Notaro & Antonielli d’Oulx

Buzzi Notaro & Antonielli d’Oulx serves up “targeted and pragmatic advice” in plenitude. The versatile IP set is highly regarded for its meticulous execution of prosecution instructions but is not just an adept filer – it manoeuvres deftly in opposition proceedings and litigations as well. Active on all fronts, Enrico Antonielli d’Oulx is “one of the best and most strategic trademark practitioners in Italy”. Alessandra Romeo is another protean professional – she frequently handles extrajudicial litigation and IP-driven transactions alongside her filing and prosecution practice. Making this a dream team is Livia Pasqualigo, an “extremely hard-working attorney” with a thorough knowledge of trademark and copyright law, and abundant domain name expertise.

Cantaluppi & Partners

Cantaluppi & Partners protects trademarks to the hilt – not just in Italy, but across the globe. Far from focusing simply on getting rights on the register, the commercially minded IP firm looks to build valuable portfolios that underpin clients’ long-term business success. Making his debut in the WTR 1000 this year is Stefano Cantaluppi, who is endorsed by foreign associates as a “highly intelligent and sophisticated operator”. The English, French, German and Italian speaker is a senior figure in Italian patent practice who also knows a thing or two about trademarks too.

De Simone & Partners

De Simone & Partners is a prime destination for companies with diverse IP portfolios who want to take advantage of the efficiencies that one-stop shopping can bring. Active across all major industry sectors from digital media to luxury goods and life sciences, the erudite crew drafts watertight patent and trademark applications and sees them through to grant with a minimum of fuss. If clients get into scrapes, the team has the litigation and anti-counterfeiting wherewithal to get them out. Sagacious legal professional Massimo Cimoli is the name to know.

GLP Intellectual Property Office 

A major player on the European IP scene, GLP places a heavy emphasis on pragmatism, efficiency and commerciality and is always in hot demand as a result. Nothing fazes the agency, whether it faces a voluminous and time-sensitive filing project or a major online brand enforcement effort. In charge of the legal department is Davide Luigi Petraz, who flexes a sophisticated international understanding of intellectual property. He handles anything contentious and oversees IP commercialisation efforts with poise – and also finds time to teach, publish and speak on IP topics.

Jacobacci & Partners

Jacobacci & Partners, together with its sister law firm, thinks holistically about brands and provides rigorous advice, whatever comes up. The unit is highly rated for its prosecution capabilities and is one of the busiest EU trademark filers; it manages large global portfolios elegantly, too. Many clients flock to the well-rounded Franca Acuto, a “quick and effective expert who always delivers on time”, or to Elena Monte who is appreciated for her “pragmatism and efficiency”. Prosecution and opposition are Acuto’s metiers, while Monte focuses on strategic planning and enforcement. “One of the best agents in the country,” Enrico Riccardino is a “down-to-earth and reliable contact whose advice gets straight to the point”. He is a repository of trust for leading Italian brand owners with portfolios to manage and deals to close. A strategic sounding board for them all – as well as for the firm’s richly varied client base – is luminary Guido Jacobacci.

Modiano & Partners

With boots on the ground in Italy, Germany and Switzerland, Modiano & Partners is well placed to sew up pan-European IP protection for its clients. With a team of over 50 trademark attorneys and 10-plus lawyers, the resource-rich outfit and top EUIPO filer can despatch any trademark instruction. It has a particularly strong following in the luxury goods sector. Impressive managing partner Gabriella Modiano has infinite wisdom encompassing both patents and trademarks, and is a talented linguist – she speaks English, French, German, Italian, Romanian and Spanish.

Notarbartolo & Gervasi 

Notarbartolo & Gervasi makes its first appearance in the WTR 1000 for 2019 and does so with style, thanks to the effusive feedback garnered by head of the trademark practice Raffaele Ranieri. “A consummate professional and truly passionate IP enthusiast, he gives invaluable and well-considered guidance on strategy. He is deeply experienced when it comes to complex litigation and demonstrates an excellent ability to think outside the box – his solutions are stunningly unique and creative. He is internationally minded, responsive and quick, and speaks the business language of his clients.” Ranieri and his team have the magic touch when it comes to obtaining IP assets and realising their commercial potential.

Società Italiana Brevetti SpA

“For the best advice on delicate matters, go to Società Italiana Brevetti – it’s the first choice for trademark prosecution and opposition work in Italy.” Clients are full of praise for the firm’s “highly trained” professionals: “Efficient and swift, they understand your real needs and guide you to the best possible outcomes thanks to their high-level expertise. They are also consistently proactive in following up matters. The group in Milan takes its cue from Mara Mondolfo, an “excellent, experienced practitioner who provides prompt, precise and reliable strategic advice as well as effective representation in oppositions”. “Always there with a solution to a problem,” perceptive portfolio manager Elisabetta D’Amore is also respected.

Studio Torta SpA

With 140 years’ experience in the game, Studio Torta has pretty much seen and done it all when it comes to trademarks. It offers a comprehensive suite of services and is accomplished on all aspects of trademark practice. A cultured crew flourishes under the leadership of Maria Cristina Baldini; she gives cast-iron protection to her clients’ marquee brands and is noted as an authority on the wine industry. Counterfeiters, meanwhile, meet their match when they come up against border measures expert Raffaella Barbuto, a partner here for over 15 years. The firm has a new face in the listings this year in Elisa Tricerri, a reference for Asian clients in need of assistance in Italy and Europe. Tricerri speaks Japanese and spent several years working for an IP firm in Japan. She sits on INTA’s Emerging Issues Committee, which puts her at the heart of the discussion of the future of trademark law and practice.

Other recommended experts

Margherita Barié takes care of all things intellectual property at Carnelutti. The award-winning lawyer strikes all the right notes, whether advocating in court, representing clients in oppositions or serving as alternative dispute resolution counsel. Lately she has won oppositions for Italian cosmetics company Pyke and stayed the course in long and difficult negotiations for the International Nutrition Research Centre to settle two court disputes against Italian complementary and biological medicine companies. When it comes to pan-European disputes Stefania Bergia swoops in to save the day. Recently moving to Simmons & Simmons, she is an “excellent lawyer” who is “keen on building good relationships with both clients and opposing counsel”. Over at Chiomenti Studio Legale you will find WTR 1000 newcomer Paolo Bertoni. Solid as a rock, he dispenses wise counsel on intricate cross-border trademark and technology matters. Recently he represented Velux Italia in one of the few AdWords disputes to reach the Milan Court of Appeal. “Giovanni Francesco Casucci is a tremendous litigator with great business acumen, and a quick thinker with excellent foresight.” He captains the ship at Dentons. Anti-counterfeiting specialist Veronica Raffi delves into her well of knowledge and expertise to come up with the best solutions for domestic and international clients. The seasoned trademark attorney practices her craft at PGA Intellectual Property. Rapisardi Intellectual Property is home to Mariacristina Rapisardi – Supreme Court lawyer, trademark attorney and astute strategist. “One of the most experienced Italian lawyers, Monica Riva is focused, well prepared and a tough litigator.” From her base at Clifford Chance she represents leading companies in the consumer goods and fashion industries. “Proactive, smart and entrepreneurial,” Sylvain Rousseau is the brains behind ipSO. “A savvy negotiator who is always available, he enthusiastically identifies the best solutions for clients large and small. An excellent lawyer with a keen business sense, his work is precise and delivered crisply, cleanly and succinctly. He is also extremely cost effective.” Moving his trade from Studio Legale Vanzetti e Associati to Simmons & Simmons, Giulio Enrico Sironi knows how to get the job done in hard-core litigation proceedings. Leading the charge at Rapisardi Intellectual Property, Gianluigi Volonte knows how to monetise intellectual property assets and create ironclad protections around them.

Individuals: enforcement and litigation

  • Gabriel Cuonzo - Trevisan & Cuonzo
  • Giovanni Galimberti - Studio Legale Bird & Bird
  • Cesare Galli - IP Law Galli 
  • Giovanni Ghirardi - Hogan Lovells Studio Legale
  • Giovanni Guglielmetti - BonelliErede
  • Luigi Mansani - Hogan Lovells Studio Legale
  • Massimiliano Mostardini - Studio Legale Bird & Bird
  • Luca Trevisan - Trevisan & Cuonzo
  • Fabio Angelini - Bugnion SpA
  • Margherita Barié - Carnelutti Studio Legale Associato
  • Giovanni Francesco Casucci - Dentons
  • Gualtiero Dragotti - DLA Piper Studio Legale Tributario Associato
  • Carloalberto Giovannetti - Spheriens
  • Julia Holden - Trevisan & Cuonzo
  • Fabrizio Jacobacci - Studio Legale Jacobacci & Associati
  • Paolo Lazzarino - Nctm Studio Legale
  • Lorenzo Litta - Spheriens
  • Elena Martini - Martini Manna Avvocati
  • Laura Orlando - Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • Monica Riva - Clifford Chance Studio Legale Associato
  • Pier Luigi Roncaglia - Spheriens
  • Roberto Valenti - DLA Piper Studio Legale Tributario Associato
  • Lorenzo Attolico - Nctm Studio Legale
  • Maria Cristina Baldini - Studio Torta SpA
  • Stefania Bergia - Studio Legale Associato in affiliation with Simmons & Simmons LLP
  • Paolo Bertoni - Chiomenti Studio Legale
  • Marco Blei - Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale
  • Mariangela Bogni - IP Law Galli
  • Davide Bresner - Bresner Cammareri Intellectual Property 
  • Daniele Caneva - CREA Avvocati Associati
  • Marco Francetti - Studio Legale Jacobacci & Associati
  • Luigi Manna - Martini Manna Avvocati
  • Lydia Mendola - Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale
  • Giacomo Moleri - Spheriens
  • Micael Montinari - Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale
  • Noemi Parrotta - Spheriens
  • Pietro Pouchè - Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • Mariacristina Rapisardi - Rapisardi Intellectual Property
  • Giulio Enrico Sironi - Studio Legale Associato in affiliation with Simmons & Simmons LLP

Individuals: prosecution and strategy

  • Franca Acuto - Jacobacci & Partners
  • Annamaria Algieri - DLA Piper Studio Legale Tributario Associato
  • Fabio Angelini - Bugnion SpA
  • Enrico Antonielli d'Oulx - Buzzi Notaro & Antonielli d’Oulx
  • Maria Cristina Baldini - Studio Torta SpA
  • Raffaella Barbuto - Studio Torta SpA
  • Emanuele Cammareri - Bresner Cammareri Intellectual Property 
  • Stefano Cantaluppi - Cantaluppi & Partners
  • Massimo Cimoli - De Simone & Partners
  • Elisabetta D'Amore - Società Italiana Brevetti SpA
  • Marco Francetti - Studio Legale Jacobacci & Associati
  • Sabrina Fumagalli - Botti & Ferrari srl
  • Giovanni Guglielmetti - BonelliErede
  • Fabrizio Jacobacci - Studio Legale Jacobacci & Associati
  • Andrea Klein - AKRAN Intellectual Property
  • Alessandro Mannini - Bugnion SpA
  • Luigi Mansani - Hogan Lovells Studio Legale
  • Peter McAleese - AKRAN Intellectual Property
  • Gabriella Modiano - Modiano & Partners
  • Mara Mondolfo - Società Italiana Brevetti SpA
  • Elena Monte - Jacobacci & Partners
  • Livia Pasqualigo - Buzzi Notaro & Antonielli d’Oulx
  • Davide Luigi Petraz - GLP Intellectual Property Office 
  • Maria Luce Piattelli - Hogan Lovells Studio Legale
  • Pietro Pouchè - Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • Donatella Prandin - Bugnion SpA
  • Veronica Raffi - PGA Intellectual Property
  • Raffaele Ranieri - Notarbartolo & Gervasi 
  • Mariacristina Rapisardi - Rapisardi Intellectual Property
  • Enrico Riccardino - Jacobacci & Partners
  • Alessandra Romeo - Buzzi Notaro & Antonielli d’Oulx
  • Sylvain Rousseau - IpSO srl
  • Alessandra Tedesco - Barzanò & Zanardo
  • Elisa Tricerri - Studio Torta SpA
  • Simone Verducci Galletti - Bugnion SpA
  • Gianluigi Volonte - Rapisardi Intellectual Property


  • Guido Jacobacci - Jacobacci & Partners
  • Giuseppe Sena - Studio Legale Sena e Tarchini