Although Italy was hit hard by the covid-19 pandemic, it is refreshing to see the buoyancy of its IP landscape and the can-do attitude of local practitioners. The trademark community is abuzz with several threads of conversation – one in particular relating to marchi storici, marks specifically intended to denote the national historical significance of culturally relevant brand names. As of 16 April 2020, these new marks are open for public registration to those eligible. Rights holders are also encouraged to be extra vigilant when operating on online platforms, which are being flooded with fakes at an alarming pace. Amazon’s establishment of a new Counterfeit Crimes Unit, dedicated to bringing counterfeiters to justice, should also significantly assist local enforcement efforts. Another talking point is the arrival of international consultancy group Dennemeyer through its acquisition of De Simone & Partners. Overall, there has been a push for practices to diversify their offerings as competition continues to heat up and the line between traditional law firms and trademark attorney firms blurs even further.


Firms: trademark attorneys

AKRAN Intellectual Property

Nimble outfit AKRAN Intellectual Property aids its patrons from the very outset of ideation and brings their vision to life, all while identifying potential pitfalls and opportunities along the way. The dynamic group has a flair for getting non-conventional marks on the register and a cadre of lawyers to defend them when necessary. Dynamic duo and “super-skilled trademark agents” Andrea Klein and Peter McAleese “are absolutely wonderful and always come up with fresh ideas”. Portfolio enhancement strategies come naturally to Klein; while McAleese is a great sounding board for brands looking to launch newproducts.

Barzanò & Zanardo

“A thoroughly experienced and incredible firm, Barzanò & Zanardo is a market leader for prosecution work,” enthuses one peer. From seven bases across the country, the group oversees the marks of more than 85,000 domestic and international entities and assiduously monitors activity across physical and online platforms to ensure that effective safeguards are in place. The “brilliant and detail-oriented” Alessandra Tedesco sets the tone for the Milan troop. Her 30-plus years in the game, clear communication style and vast network of foreign associates bring peace of mind to any client. “A tough lawyer who is always prepared”, Angelica Lodigiani is the resident guru on domain names and geographical indications; while the “powerful and strong” Federica Zambelli has “a great understanding of how to protect a brand globally”. She brings a wealth of anti-counterfeiting expertise, having served on in-house teams at Ferrari andMoncler.

Bird & Bird LLP

“Dynamic, budget conscious and quick on their feet” is the verdict on Bird & Bird’s Italian practitioners. The ensemble has been on sparkling form lately, showcasing exactly why the international powerhouse sets the gold standard across the branding spectrum. For example, Massimiliano Mostardini successfully represented Ferrero in a dispute concerning the shape of its famous Tic-Tac mints container. “One of the country’s best litigators”, Mostardini also regularly advises Renè Caovilla on safeguarding its exclusive rights and ensures the market is clear of fakes for the luxury footwear designer. Joining him on both mandates, Fulvio Mellucci capitalises on three decades of experience and a refined understanding of legislative instruments to “provide completely precise and reliable guidance”. “A leading authority on geographical indications”, Giovanni Galimberti assists the likes of Consorzio del Formaggio Parmigiano-Reggiano and Consorzio del Prosecco, for which he played a hand in securing a precedent-setting judgment on the enforcement of protected denominations of origin in Europe. The “extensive trademark knowledge and prompt advice” of non-contentious division head Paola Ruggiero makes Bird & Bird a fine destination for prosecution too. Distinguished wine manufacturer Carpenè Malvolti is a key client which relies on her for perceptive strategies and worldwideprotection.


“A prominent firm with top-level professionals in every legal field”, BonelliErede services some of the most prestigious names in the fashion and luxury goods sectors. The general practice outfit builds focus groups around patrons, works seamlessly across its three Italian offices and brings in colleagues from its European and Middle Eastern outposts as necessary for instructions with an international flavour. “A well-respected and highly regarded litigator”, Giovanni Guglielmetti “is absolutely outstanding. He is customer-oriented, understands what a business needs and is easy to collaborate with, thanks to his punctuality andefficiency”.

Botti & Ferrari srl

Worldwide prosecution plans, ambitious filing strategies and lucrative licensing deals are meat and drink to Botti & Ferrari. Hailed by peers for its meticulousness and precision, the consultancy is chock-a-block with industry insight, particularly in the chemical and agricultural sectors, making it a discerning choice for those seeking meticulously drafted applications in those fields. A familiar face at the trademark office, Sabrina Fumagalli draws on over 20 years of experience to shepherd rights past any obstacle straight onto theregister.

Bresner Cammareri Intellectual Property – BCIP 

“Established in 2018, the boutique provides wall-to-wall services, but its global anti-counterfeiting campaigns are the talk of the town and have already won it the loyalty of numerous elite players in the fashion industry. Their architect is Davide Bresner, “an excellent, efficient and super-organised lawyer with great communication skills. He executes every task with utmost precision”. Department co-lead Emanuele Cammareri sees to it that filing and prosecution instructions are met to the highest standard. He often appears before the EUIPO and has recently been handling opposition proceedings for luxury hotel group NEROHotels. Bresner Cammareri Intellectual Property has made a strong entrance, with its deeply experienced team, distinguished portfolio of top-tier brands and fresh approach. It is proof that fantastic ideas make waves on the legal landscape and the firm shines brighter every year.” “They are really responsive, easy-going and offer practical as well as bespoke solutions to all sorts of problems, while taking costs into consideration too.”

Bugnion SpA

Collaborative and responsive, Bugnion always works to a very high standard. It understands commercial realities and can advance IP strategies with flawless results. Its geographical coverage is a major advantage too” – it maintains 16 offices across Europe and the United States, as well as a Japan desk, established through collaboration with an Osaka-based firm. It frequently ranks among the top filers of EU trademarks; with 70 practitioners tending to some 45,000-plus marks, this comes as no surprise. An A-star line-up comprises Donatella Prandin, Paola Stefanelli, Simone Verducci Galletti, Alessandro Mannini and Fabio Angelini. Heading up its Milan operations, Prandin manages marks astutely, as does her colleague Stefanelli; while Verducci Galletti devises impeccable strategies with a view to enhancing portfolios. Overseeing things in Florence, Mannini “always comes prepared and is great at building client relationships”. In the words of one foreign associate: “Fabio is outstanding and you can say that for a fact. He is incredibly bright, super-personable and really understands the businesses heassists.”

Buzzi Notaro & Antonielli d’Oulx

“Thorough, cost-conscious and excellent strategic advice” is the calling card of Buzzi Notaro & Antonielli d’Oulx. Although the set is best known for its prowess in the non-contentious sphere, it is equally adroit in opposition proceedings and dispute resolution. Active across the trademark lifecycle, Enrico Antonielli d’Oulx has amassed a wealth of know-how over almost 40 years at the IP coalface, particularly in anti-counterfeiting. Another versatile practitioner, Alessandra Romeo frequently tackles extrajudicial litigation alongside her robust filing practice. The “brilliant” Livia Pasqualigo hits her stride in domain name proceedings, but has a knack for commercialising assetstoo.

De Simone & Partners

De Simone & Partners houses “a deep bench of practitioners that can tackle an incredibly wide range of trademark issues and are really practical in their advice”. It provides the gamut of services to celebrated domestic names such as Fratelli Branca Distillerie and Sambuca Molinari. The one-stop shop was recently acquired by global service provider Dennemeyer, which will not only boost its cutting-edge technology and innovation levels, but also significantly expand its international reach. Head honcho Massimo Cimoli is “highly skilled in all areas of brand protection and asset valuation, which ensures he suggests optimum strategies that best protect the full portfolio ofmarks”.

DLA Piper

A heavyweight in the trademark space, DLA Piper’s Milan contingent brings a wealth of international resources and impressive local knowledge to the table. Something that differentiates it from a lot of other big players is its thriving filing and prosecution division – a relative rarity among Italian law firms. A key player in its establishment has been Annamaria Algieri, who now heads up the unit. The European trademark and design attorney drafts immaculately and has recently taken over high-end restaurant Paper Moon’s entire portfolio. For all things contentious, stalwarts Gualtiero Dragotti and Roberto Valenti have it covered. IP department spearhead Dragotti is equally at home litigating patent and trademark cases in the life sciences arena. Similarly versatile, Valenti capitalises on his insight in ancillary disciplines – such as copyright, designs, unfair competition and advertising law – to come up trumps in complex disputes. He recently secured a win at the Venetian Court of Appeal on behalf of Franklin & Marshall regarding the registration and use of its mark on clothing. Joining them in the WTR 1000 this year is Elena Varese, an ambidextrous lawyer and point of reference on fashion lawquestions.

GLP Intellectual Property Office 

“A reliable partner for Italian and European instructions”, GLP provides “an excellent service in both simple registration and renewal tasks, as well as in complex invalidation and cancellation cases. Its responses are quick, detailed and contain easily practicable advice at a reasonable cost. It also tracks the latest developments and keeps clients looped in at all times”. Dynamic duo Davide Luigi Petraz and Daniele Giovanni Petraz “are receptive and highly knowledgeable. The quality of their work is superb and their performance in opposition proceedings is exceptional – you can fully trust them and leave portfolios in their care”. The pair share a sophisticated understanding of domestic laws and policies, as well as those further afield in Japan, China and the United States – all jurisdictions from which they attract a torrent of instructions.

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

Companies of all shapes and sizes flock to Herbert Smith Freehills in their droves – not only for its comprehensive suite of branding services, innovative approach and international capabilities, but also for the personal touch that comes with it all. Lately, the set has been immersed in unravelling multifaceted disputes, namely for VR Coaster. Hot-shot litigator Laura Orlando and the commercially savvy Pietro Pouché brought issues concerning the criteria and method for the technical assessment of virtual reality devices to light in an intricate infringement and unfair competition proceeding. Pouché has also linked up with Sara Balice to assist Indeed, a worldwide employment-related search engine, in a cybersecurity case concerning the unlawful reproduction of its website and marks therein. Balice earns acclaim for her collaborative ethos and facility for the lifesciences.

Hogan Lovells

The technologically advanced offering at Hogan Lovells resonates in particular with those seeking efficiency, transparency and top-tier sophistication. Its online toolkit includes InProtech, a trademark patent and design records system with relevant alerts; the Mercuriam platform, which allows for real-time portfolio access; and domain name management solution Anchovy. Critical trademark litigation is a speciality here, courtesy of Luigi Mansani and Giovanni Ghirardi, who are both at the top of their game. Creative problem solver Mansani is a repository of trust for Starbucks and stamps out infringements on its behalf; while Ghirardi is a prime candidate for pan-European actions in the technology sector. Building up branding strategies from scratch is one of Maria Luce Piattelli’s strong suits, along with her ability to remove counterfeits from online and physical marketplaces both swiftly anddiscreetly.


“Resolutely committed to excellent customer service, IP Law Galli successfully manages sensitive branding issues across Europe, Asia and the United States. It acts as an extended arm of a company’s own in-house team, provides quick, commercially oriented advice and helps its clients to achieve their goals.” It is led by one of the most prominent thought leaders and the “toughest litigator” in Italy, Cesare Galli, who “truly loves his work. He readily makes himself available, always listens and has a deep knowledge of legal precedents – all of which he combines with a swift, effective and practical approach”. Often working alongside him is the tried, tested and true Mariangela Bogni, who possesses razor-sharp advocacy skills. The pair recently represented luxury cosmetics and skincare brand Sisley Paris in a ground-breaking dispute against Amazon concerning selective distribution on e-commerceplatforms.

Jacobacci & Partners

Founded in 1872, Jacobacci & Partners has done much to help shape the Italian trademark landscape and is always on top of the latest developments in the field. Operating from 13 bases across Europe, its 90 specialists serve tens of thousands of clients looking to establish and safeguard their rights. A hawkish monitoring service also ensures that the group can intervene before matters escalate, saving on both time and costs. The well-rounded Franca Acuto is a “quick and effective expert who always delivers on time”; while colleague Elena Monte devises ironclad strategies and saves patrons hassle when it comes to anti-counterfeiting actions. A favourite among US and Japanese entities, Enrico Riccardino adopts a “proactive, reliable and down-to-earth approach, which often leads to successful negotiations”. Rounding off the squad, Gabriele Borasi leverages 20 years of experience to astutely manage portfolios for prominent players in the fashionindustry.

Martini Manna Avvocati

Although lean in size, Martini Manna offers the same levels of energy, sophistication and know-how to be found at big law firms. Smart investment in technology has optimised efficiency and freed up more partner time so that clients can get the most bang for their buck – a proposition which has caught the eye of both SMEs and major conglomerates alike. Namesakes Elena Martini and Luigi Manna can handle the full spectrum of brand protection between them and recently assisted Invicta Watch Company of America and Glycine Watch in infringement proceedings brought by Armani; the pair’s smooth negotiation skills and big-picture thinking resulted in a win-win settlement. Clients have particular praise for Martini, “who is super-attentive and extremely helpful throughout the whole process. Elena is immensely knowledgeable, shows great understanding of business priorities and handles emergencies swiftly and with utmost care. She never limits herself to what has been asked for, but rather anticipates potential risks and develops effective solutions to combatthem”.

Nctm Studio Legale

When it comes to safeguarding intangible assets in the fashion and luxury goods industry, Nctm is a go-to for some of the biggest names in the business, procuring 360-degree protection for the likes of Gucci, Mou Limited, Manolo Blahnik and Lamborghini. It comes as no surprise that, with a roster of this calibre, the group excels at securing favourable results in anti-counterfeiting too. Team captain Lorenzo Attolico is “always supportive and his advice brings about the best as well as the quickest solutions in disputes. He is attentive, precise and one of the best lawyers in the community”. Over in Milan, colleague Paolo Lazzarino “provides valuable guidance while staying with budgetary constraints. He is responsive, understanding and a true pleasure to workwith”.

Notarbartolo & Gervasi 

Time and time again, Notarbartolo & Gervasi garners effusive praise from peers, patrons and foreign associates for its tremendous prosecution capabilities and the tireless efforts of rainmaker Raffaele Ranieri – and this year was no different. “Armed with entrepreneurial spirit and an intellectual arsenal, he brings a new level of quality to the multi-jurisdictional mandates he deals with. Raffaele’s ability to look beyond the norm and seek out creative solutions is testament to his wider outlook. Everything he produces can be considered a masterpiece.” Another commentator reports: “Raffaele is enthusiastic and goes above and beyond to resolve a dispute. On one occasion, he managed to break through a stalemate and bring both parties into fruitful negotiations. He is a go-to inItaly.”

Simmons & Simmons LLP

Full-service outfit Simmons & Simmons is an imposing presence on the global IP landscape and its Italian contingent is equally impressive. The ensemble recently added a bespoke AI-driven platform to its innovation toolkit, which predicts the outcome of trademark conflicts in Europe to 93% accuracy through mark-to-mark comparisons. “Super-strong litigators and highly skilled operators Giulio Enrico Sironi and Stefania Bergia represent an incredible portfolio of clients.” Having worked together for over 20 years, they know each other just as well as they know the pharmaceutical and technology industries in which theyoperate.

Società Italiana Brevetti SpA

“There is a wonderful collegiate and collaborative atmosphere at Società Italiana Brevetti – its practitioners communicate constantly, identify any potential risks that a corporate brand may face and work in a quick and straightforward manner.” The group files with alacrity and manages dossiers with dexterity, and has carved out a niche protecting geographical indications and denominations of origin, frequently on behalf of various consortiums. Mara Mondolfo and Angelica Torrigiani Malaspina set the pace for the Milan and Florence offices respectively. In the words of one very satisfied client: “Without Mara’s ability to navigate the twists and turns of closing commercial deals, we would not have seen a successful close.” She maintains a fairly broad practice, but is most often found before the EUIPO; while Torrigiani Malaspina has a knack for the worldwide coordination of assets and portfolio management. Clearance searches and opposition proceedings are all in a day’s work for Elisabetta D’Amore. She recently helped a privately owned fashion school to successfully oppose a Chinese trademark application and laid the groundwork for tackling any issues that might arise in the jurisdiction. WTR 1000 newcomer Massimo Gori dives into the nitty-gritty of each brief that crosses his desk and has a flair for the strategic aspects of pre-filing advice and trademark clearance. A font of wisdom at the firm, Fabrizio De Benedetti has worked across all aspects of intellectual property for 40 years now; he regularly collaborates with government bodies on the drafting and implementation of new laws, while ensuring that the outfit runs like a well-oiled machine.


“The number one firm for IP matters in Italy by far, Spheriens has the capacity to tackle instructions from every angle and provides a friendly, customer-oriented service. It quickly grasps clients’ market positions and long-term plans, and combines this with its own expertise to achieve cost-effective outcomes.” In charge is Pier Luigi Roncaglia, who “approaches matters in a strategic, holistic and thoughtful way, and with a level of pragmatism that is unparalleled. He is vastly experienced and his analyses are crucial to those looking to build up their brands”. He recently teamed up with Noemi Parrotta to represent Narcos Productions, of the famous Narcos series, before the EUIPO; and to assist Richemont International before the same body. “Noemi is brilliant, super-reliable and has great energy. You can always count on her to give great, accurate and practical advice.” In contentious scenarios, including the fight against counterfeits, Carloalberto Giovannetti and Giacomo Moleri are staunch allies: “There is never any beating around the bush with the pair; they are proactive, quick and always accurate. Their sound advice and pleasant demeanour make them wonderful to workwith.”

Studio Legale Jacobacci & Associati

With offices in Milan, Rome and Turin, as well as further branches in Paris and Madrid, Jacobacci & Associati, is perfectly positioned to assist its diverse and cosmopolitan clientele. Anti-counterfeiting is a forte, but the group also knocks it out of the park on complex litigation for high-flying patrons in the luxury goods sector; it has also lately seen an uptick in instructions from brands in the food and beverage industry. Founder Fabrizio Jacobacci has a glowing reputation for his contentious nous. He recently represented vehicle manufacturer Piaggio at the Court of Appeal, securing confirmation that the shape of its famous Vespa scooter qualifies as a 3D mark. “Marco Francetti’s guidance is always clear and solutions-driven, while his legal knowledge and tactical capabilities are beyond question. He is warmly recommended for the most difficult negotiations and high-profile disputes.” Completing the triumvirate is Paola Gelato, “one of the leading figures in the country. Not only does she master the legalities of the questions asked, but she has the rare ability to speak the same language as in-house counsel when proposingsolutions”.

Studio Torta SpA

In the game for over 140 years, Studio Torta has a refined and comprehensive offering built on a deep pool of expertise and up-to-the-minute insight on legislative developments. It regularly seeks out feedback from patrons, which it uses to hone its internal systems and technologies with a view to providing the most tailored and streamlined service possible. Instilling the troop with robust leadership is Maria Cristina Baldini, a renowned authority on geographical indications, particularly in the wine segment. She is frequently called upon by brands looking to obtain and enforce certification marks both on and offline. Integral to the side’s anti-counterfeiting capabilities is Raffaella Barbuto, a discerning choice for customs surveillance and trade fair activities. Highly sought after by multinationals, the multilingual Elisa Tricerri has cultivated a vast network of foreign associates, while her knowledge of Japanese makes her a sound choice for far-flung Far Easternbriefs.

Trevisan & Cuonzo

Unanimously hailed as a top-tier boutique by peers, Trevisan & Counzo “performs at the highest standard”. Its A-to-Z service was recently strengthened further with the arrival of Roberta Garzia as the new head of trademark prosecution. The European trademark and design attorney is also admitted to the bar and consistently looks to add value to the portfolios she maintains through her holistic counsel. Holding down the fort on the contentious side are Julia Holden and Lia Puntieri. Holden is “an invaluable asset to anyone looking to protect their rights in Italy. She is bright, creative and dynamic, as well as an excellent communicator who is brilliant at translating legal complexities into concise, commercial advice”. She recently partnered up with Puntieri to design an ironclad enforcement programme for 3M. “Lia is an astute adviser and strategist, with a practical approach,” enthuses one devotee. “She has never lost a case and has the interpersonal skills to successfully execute amicable settlements too.” Leading lights and eminent litigators Luca Trevisan and Gabriel Cuonzo have raked in numerous precedent-setting wins in their combined 80 years ofpractice.

Other recommended experts

“A fantastic, responsive and efficient litigator”, Cristiano Bacchini is “well respected by everyone in the Italian IP community”. He operates out of BMLex. “Extremely bright and fun to work with, Margherita Barié is great at understanding the legal fine print, but always looks for a practical solution that benefits her clients a lot more than any judicial decision.” She represents the likes of Faram 1975 and the International Nutrition Research Centre from her base at Carnelutti. Chiometi’s Paolo Bertoni relishes the cut and thrust of international disputes, where he leverages over two decades of experience to emerge victorious. He regularly assists prominent local companies such as Fratelli Branca Distillerie. Over at Ernst & Young, Daniele Caneva has the commercialisation of assets down to a fine art. A new face in the WTR 1000 this year is former Allen & Overy IP division spearhead Carmen Castellano, who recently moved over to acuminis. This charming lawyer is unwaveringly committed to clients and will tenaciously fight their corner. “A high-profile litigator with immense technical expertise and a solutions-oriented approach”, Giovanni Francesco Casucci gets stellar results in sensitive pan-European disputes. He is trusted counsel to Diesel and can be found at Dentons Milan. Flying the flag for LCA Studio Legale, Gianluca De Cristofaro is “always up to date on the latest legal developments and uses them to find solutions that directly correlate to business needs”. He recently represented Hugo Boss as well as fashion company Save the Duck before the Milanese courts. “Lydia Mendola quickly grasps business realities and always comes prepared. She is super-bright, intuitive and fully considers a brand’s commercial interests when providing guidance.” Those looking to instruct her can find her at Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale. All-rounder Gabriella Modiano enjoys a fairly broad practice, which means she can cover all bases for brand owners seeking robust protection. She plies her trade out of Modiano & Partners. At Legance, Monica Riva provides invaluable trademark guidance to famous chef Niko Romito and helps start-ups such as Thinkinside to gain a foothold on the Italian market.

Individuals: enforcement and litigation

  • Gabriel Cuonzo - Trevisan & Cuonzo
  • Giovanni Galimberti - Bird & Bird LLP
  • Cesare Galli - IP LAW GALLI 
  • Giovanni Ghirardi - Hogan Lovells
  • Giovanni Guglielmetti - BonelliErede
  • Luigi Mansani - Hogan Lovells
  • Massimiliano Mostardini - Bird & Bird LLP
  • Luca Trevisan - Trevisan & Cuonzo
  • Fabio Angelini - Bugnion SpA
  • Cristiano Bacchini - BMLex
  • Margherita Barié - Carnelutti Studio Legale Associato
  • Giovanni Francesco Casucci - Dentons
  • Gualtiero Dragotti - DLA Piper
  • Carloalberto Giovannetti - Spheriens
  • Julia Holden - Trevisan & Cuonzo
  • Fabrizio Jacobacci - Studio Legale Jacobacci & Associati
  • Paolo Lazzarino - Nctm Studio Legale
  • Elena Martini - Martini Manna Avvocati
  • Giacomo Moleri - Spheriens
  • Laura Orlando - Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • Noemi Parrotta - Spheriens
  • Monica Riva - Legance - Avvocati Associati
  • Pier Luigi Roncaglia - Spheriens
  • Roberto Valenti - DLA Piper
  • Lorenzo Attolico - Nctm Studio Legale
  • Maria Cristina Baldini - Studio Torta SpA
  • Sara Balice - Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • Stefania Bergia - Simmons & Simmons LLP
  • Paolo Bertoni - Chiomenti Studio Legale
  • Mariangela Bogni - IP LAW GALLI
  • Davide Bresner - Bresner Cammareri Intellectual Property – BCIP
  • Daniele Caneva - Ernst & Young
  • Carmen Castellano - Acuminis LLP
  • Gianluca De Cristofaro - LCA Studio Legale 
  • Marco Francetti - Studio Legale Jacobacci & Associati
  • Paola Gelato - Studio Legale Jacobacci & Associati
  • Angelica Lodigiani - Barzanò & Zanardo
  • Luigi Manna - Martini Manna Avvocati
  • Fulvio Mellucci - Bird & Bird LLP
  • Lydia Mendola - Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale
  • Pietro Pouché - Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • Lia Puntieri - Trevisan & Cuonzo
  • Giulio Enrico Sironi - Simmons & Simmons LLP
  • Elena Varese - DLA Piper

Individuals: prosecution and strategy

  • Franca Acuto - Jacobacci & Partners
  • Fabio Angelini - Bugnion SpA
  • Maria Cristina Baldini - Studio Torta SpA
  • Raffaella Barbuto - Studio Torta SpA
  • Elena Monte - Jacobacci & Partners
  • Enrico Riccardino - Jacobacci & Partners
  • Alessandra Tedesco - Barzanò & Zanardo
  • Simone Verducci Galletti - Bugnion SpA
  • Enrico Antonielli d'Oulx - Buzzi Notaro & Antonielli d’Oulx
  • Gabriele Borasi - Jacobacci & Partners
  • Emanuele Cammareri - Bresner Cammareri Intellectual Property – BCIP
  • Massimo Cimoli - De Simone & Partners
  • Elisabetta D'Amore - Società Italiana Brevetti SpA
  • Fabrizio De Benedetti - Società Italiana Brevetti SpA
  • Giovanni Guglielmetti - BonelliErede
  • Alessandro Mannini - Bugnion SpA
  • Mara Mondolfo - Società Italiana Brevetti SpA
  • Daniele Giovanni Petraz - GLP Intellectual Property Office
  • Davide Luigi Petraz - GLP Intellectual Property Office 
  • Donatella Prandin - Bugnion SpA
  • Raffaele Ranieri - Notarbartolo & Gervasi
  • Paola Ruggiero - Bird & Bird LLP
  • Annamaria Algieri - DLA Piper
  • Gianluca De Cristofaro - LCA Studio Legale 
  • Marco Francetti - Studio Legale Jacobacci & Associati
  • Sabrina Fumagalli - Botti & Ferrari Srl 
  • Roberta Garzia - Trevisan & Cuonzo
  • Massimo Gori - Società Italiana Brevetti SpA
  • Fabrizio Jacobacci - Studio Legale Jacobacci & Associati
  • Andrea Klein - AKRAN Intellectual Property
  • Angelica Lodigiani - Barzanò & Zanardo
  • Peter McAleese - AKRAN Intellectual Property
  • Gabriella Modiano - Modiano & Partners
  • Livia Pasqualigo - Buzzi Notaro & Antonielli d’Oulx
  • Maria Luce Piattelli - Hogan Lovells
  • Pietro Pouché - Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • Alessandra Romeo - Buzzi Notaro & Antonielli d’Oulx
  • Paola Stefanelli - Bugnion SpA
  • Angelica Torrigiani Malaspina - Società Italiana Brevetti SpA
  • Elisa Tricerri - Studio Torta SpA
  • Federica Zambelli - Barzanò & Zanardo