Like most of its European counterparts, Italy has implemented the latest EU Trademark Directive (2015/2436) into its national laws. The legislation entered into force on 23 March 2019 and has introduced some notable changes, which have so far been met with great enthusiasm by the country’s practitioners. The graphical representation requirement for the registration of non-conventional marks has been removed, while new grounds for opposition procedures have been implemented. Additionally, new administrative procedures will allow revocation and invalidity proceedings to be brought before the Italian IP Office (UIBM). The revamped laws cater to companies’ business needs and encourage IP protection throughout the country. Practitioners are also buzzing about the UIBM’s new fast-track examination system, under which some trademark applications have been published in just two days. Geographical indications and denominations of origin are also on the rise as Italian agents work around the clock to protect the rights of various consortia, who have become increasingly vigilant about their ‘made in’ marks.



“Powerful and well-established” general practice firm BonelliErede operates out of three locations in Italy – Rome, Milan and Genoa – and has further offices in Europe as well as the Middle East. It is perfectly positioned to enforce and monetise the rights of its high-flying clients in the luxury sector across the fashion capitals of the world and recently joined forces with Lombardi e Associati, an independent local law firm, adding a further 70 experts to its team sheet. “A man always held in high esteem, Giovanni Guglielmetti is Italy’s best trial litigator. Grounded and business oriented, he has incomparable skills and experience and his arguments are persuasive and technically solid. When Giovanni says that your case will be a success, it certainly will.”

Bresner Cammareri Intellectual Property 

“Reliable as well as responsive, Bresner Cammareri Intellectual Property showcases exceptional skill across the spectrum of trademark protection and does so at a reasonable price point. As a boutique firm, you get bespoke services and a level of partner involvement that you wouldn’t find elsewhere.” Striking fear into the hearts of infringers, Davide Bresner never takes his eye off the ball. “Results-oriented and really organised, it comes as no surprise that he is one of the best for dispute resolution. He is also super friendly and always easy to reach.” On the non-contentious side, co-founder Emanuele Cammareri “is a go-to for prosecution matters locally and at the EUIPO”. Finely attuned to each client’s commercial needs, he crafts strategies that reflect their entrepreneurial ambitions.

DLA Piper

Global reach and impressive in-depth local knowledge are the hallmarks of DLA Piper in Milan. Its forward-thinking practitioners help brand owners to realise their commercial objectives through innovative portfolio management and an enviable enforcement toolbox. Instilling the crew with robust leadership, Gualtiero Dragotti “is simply brilliant. Everything he touches is of the highest quality.” The president of the Italian group of the International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property is often found battling it out in high-stakes litigation. Joining him is courtroom ace Roberto Valenti, who capitalises on his knowledge of misleading and comparative advertising and unfair competition law to ensure that his pleadings cover all angles – he is a dab hand at licensing and transfer agreements too.

Herbert Smith Freehills LLP

Recently launching its Global Legal Operations (GLO) function and Innovation 10, Herbert Smith Freehills is dedicated to revolutionising the industry and boasts systems that are just as sharp as the service it offers. While GLO allows users to track and assess the protection and monetisation of their brands, Innovation 10 – a tool that promotes innovation among practitioners – guarantees that Herbert Smith Freehills lawyers carve out time to develop creative solutions to their problems. Leading the troop out of Milan, Laura Orlando navigates cross-border disputes with consummate ease, thriving in the life sciences, consumer products and electronics industries. She works with Pietro Pouché to get signatures on the bottom of IP-rich deals in a cinch. Pouché is in constant cooperation with the United Kingdom, France and Australia cohorts to allow for the seamless structuring of multi-jurisdictional licensing ventures. For distribution agreements and disputes arising out of them, WTR 1000 newcomer Sara Balice is a smart choice. “Business minded and proactive, she suggests effective solutions that showcase her knowledge of the industries her clients operate in.”

Hogan Lovells

“One of the best firms in the country,” Hogan Lovells never rests on its laurels and always comes up with novel solutions to expertly protect trademark rights both online and in the physical market place. The group recently unveiled Total Brand Care, which tackles the challenges faced by rights holders in a holistic manner and provides them with a unique platform from which to monitor their marks. Supported by Anchovy – Hogan Lovells’ domain name management solution/platform – the set can also act quickly on domain name enforcement actions. “Seasoned trademark guru,” Luigi Mansani takes the helm. “A brilliant counsellor with a deep understanding of intellectual property, he is able to weave together trademark, patent and copyright issues as necessary to create the strongest position for his clients when facing infringers.” Another tried and tested litigator, Giovanni Ghirardi has had his fair share of precedent-setting disputes in over two decades of practice. Offering strategic brand counselling and while working hard to stamp out counterfeits for some of the world’s biggest brands is second nature to Maria Luce Piattelli. “A highly capable and pragmatic expert, she parries defences and delivers outstanding results.”

IP Law Galli 

IP Law Galli garners some of the most enthusiastic feedback of any Italian law firm: “The outfit is responsive, professional and proficient. Its lawyers demonstrate the deepest knowledge of trademark and commercial law and have a great aptitude for teamwork. They define the best strategies to adopt, identify relevant documentation and actively collaborate with clients, demonstrating superb commercial awareness and dedication.” The set dominates in high-profile litigation and sews up licensing agreements with finesse. The man behind the moniker, Cesare Galli “is an extraordinary and prestigious attorney. He has the knowledge of an academic, the stamina of a litigator and the common sense of a business man.” In the words of one patron, “Cesare’s approach is rational and efficient; he will not waste time on matters that don’t help our cause. He is one to rely on for important cases and is cost-conscious too.” His colleague Mariangela Bogni “always comes prepared, making to-the point decisions quickly and guiding you through complex litigation effectively. A fantastic listener, she is reachable at any time of the day. Her legal expertise in combination with her interpersonal skill make all the difference.”

Martini Manna Avvocati

“Martini Manna’s strength lies in convoluted multi-jurisdictional disputes and the skilful negotiation of transactions.” Up-to-the-minute knowledge of its customers’ markets, cosmopolitan thinking and rapid response rates are all characteristics of its poised practitioners. Firm founder Elena Martini embodies these traits. “Elena impresses with her understanding of local laws and the strategies she crafts. She is a top-notch litigator who stands out in a competitive market.” Another versatile practitioner, Luigi Manna performs adroitly in contentious administrative proceedings and is a noted expert on all things domain name and IT related.

Nctm Studio Legale

A favourite among the biggest names in the fashion and luxury goods sector, Nctm Studio Legale delivers a tight 360-degree brand protection offering and dazzles in the fight against fakes. In the words of one client, “Lorenzo Attolico keeps us looped in at all times. He makes decisions in a timely fashion and provides valuable strategic advice on a daily basis. His availability and accessibility really drive our brand forward.” Operating out of Rome, he negotiates for Gucci and spots infringements and enforces marks on behalf of Mou Limited. Milan-based and “highly rated, Paolo Lazzarino is an outstanding litigator. He understands how company stakeholders think and tailors his advice to suit. He is loved by lawyers across the pond and has a fantastic sense of humour.”

Simmons & Simmons LLP

Simmons & Simmons got the town buzzing when it drafted Stefania Bergia and Giulio Enrico Sironi into its ranks. The acquisition further cemented the global ensemble’s presence in the country and patrons can now reap the rewards of its international reach and depth of expertise. Thanks to the dynamic duo, who were trained at esteemed professor-led boutique Studio Vanzetti e Associati, pharmaceutical and technology know-how is found in abundance. Bergia and Sironi have been working side by side for over two decades and are almost telepathic in their thinking. “Their preparations are superb and you know there will be a fair battle in the courtroom when they are on the other side. Stefania and Giulio are really friendly and highly effective professionals you can absolutely rely on.”


“You could look high and low and still not find a firm as brilliant as Spheriens. Incredibly fun to work with,” the IP powerhouse has it all – it has been growing its filing and prosecution practice and maintains its position as the “best trademark litigation outfit in Italy”. Its captain Pier Luigi Roncaglia is the first port of call for briefs with international ramifications. “If the matter concerns fashion, luxury goods or anything design related, Pier Luigi hits it out of the park. His advice is commercial, pragmatic and prompt. He is simply world class.” Of late, he has been representing Hard Rock Holdings in an infringement dispute and assisting Louis Vuitton Malletier in opposition proceedings. Working alongside him on the latter, Noemi Parrotta keeps a steady hand in both administrative proceedings and cross-border enforcement mandates. “A talented and creative litigator, the amount of personal attention she gives to cases is rarely encountered. She is also an anti-counterfeiting expert and delivers crisp results through her fruitful relationship with police and customs authorities.” Navigating through all the stages of a trademark’s lifecycle, “superstar Lorenzo Litta knows everything about intellectual property. His solutions are creative, off the beaten track and achieve outstanding outcomes. Moreover, Lorenzo is a real rainmaker – the number of top US clients on his roster is exceptional and his connections are even better.” When it comes to smashing up pirates and dispute resolution, Carloalberto Giovannetti and Giacomo Moleri take care of business every time. “Their knowledge is second to none and their guidance is consistently clear. They get the job done without any fuss, the cooperation is seamless and the pair are always one step ahead of the game.”

Studio Legale Bird & Bird

“Responsive, creative, cost-friendly and outstanding” are the key words used to describe the Italian crew of Bird & Bird. The set made the decision a few years ago to diversify its practice to offer a comprehensive suite of branding services and is raking in the benefits. Its non-contentious instructions may have sky rocketed but Paola Ruggiero is taking it all in her stride. The Italian and EU trademark attorney watches over Carpenè Malvolti’s portfolio assiduously, confects strategies to optimise its asset protection and monitors their marks online too. A leading light on geographical indications, Giovanni Galimberti is Corsorzio del Prosecco’s preferred choice in the cross-border protection of its denomination of origin. He and Massimiliano Mostardini “are stellar litigators who leave peers in awe of their performance in court”. Ethimo, a leading furniture design company relies on Mostardini to oversee and protect its global portfolio of intangible assets too.

Trevisan & Cuonzo

Trevisan & Cuonzo emphasises transparency and effective communication, and never loses sight of wider business realities. Its practitioners deploy a holistic service that ticks all the right boxes and are hotly in demand as a result. Founding partners Luca Trevisan and Gabriel Cuonzo are renowned on the market and have chalked up numerous wins in landmark cases. Tackling the technology and pharmaceutical sectors respectively, they have almost 80 years of experience between them.Superdry’s key contact Julia Holden stands out thanks to her joint qualification as an English solicitor and Italian attorney. Of late, the anti-counterfeiting guru has been overseeing the smooth operation of the IP division. Completing the squad, WTR 1000 debutant “Lia Puntieri is on top of her game. She is efficient, understands her client’s needs and most importantly always secures a win.” Puntieri and Holden recently devised a bespoke enforcement programme to actively protect the trademark rights of US multinational 3M.



AKRAN Intellectual Property

Passionate about innovation, AKRAN Intellectual Property cares about the successes of its patrons and its businesses. Traditional marks are filed with alacrity here, while applications for non-conventional marks in the form of sounds and colours are shepherded onto the register too. Its prosecution service is finely honed and patrons can call on a tight-knit group of lawyers to enforce marks where necessary. Well-versed in international and domestic instructions, “Andrea Klein guides his clients beautifully, taking a strategic approach to oppositions and achieving fantastic results”. His colleague Peter McAleese drafts immaculate applications and regularly consults on contentious scenarios.

Barzanò & Zanardo

“If you want the best solutions for your branding headaches, go to Barzanò & Zanardo. Its assessment of IP portfolios is brilliant and the service is user-friendly, swift and precise.” Presently, the firm oversees 50,000 marks out of seven bases in the country and monitors the web, physical markets and competitors to ensure they stay protected. “Detail-oriented and reliable Alessandra Tedesco is an invaluable asset to any team.” The Milan-based helmswoman packs 30 years of experience and has also cultivated a great network of foreign associates in that time. Joining her in the ranks this year are Angelica Lodigiani and Federica Zambelli. Lodigiani – a member of the Rome Bar Association – assists entities of all shapes and sizes, working both domestically and internationally. “She is a tough lawyer who is unswervingly committed to defending her clients and is extremely well prepared for all situations that may arise.” As former in-house counsel for Ferrari and Moncler, Zambelli brings her industry experience to the table. “Federica can manage large-scale portfolios with ease and laces her advice with astute commercial insight. She always knows the best steps to take.”

Botti & Ferrari Srl

The technical expertise residing in Botti & Ferrari makes it a smart choice for lawyers looking for experts in trademark disputes. With over half of its activity on the world stage, the ensemble is well connected and particularly adroit at cross-border protection and commercialisation briefs. Peers also commend the group for its excellence in the chemical and agricultural sectors. A key contact for the address book, Sabrina Fumagalli’s hard graft and outside-the box thinking makes all the difference in opposition proceedings.

Bugnion SpA

Bugnion is perfectly positioned for companies with international ambitions. Not only does it deploy a refined prosecution offering out of 16 offices across Italy and the United States, but it also recently established a presence in Japan through its collaboration with an Osaka-based firm. With over 70 attorneys manning the desks throughout Italy, the agency is consistently at the top of the filing charts. The dream team is made up of Milan situated spearhead Donatella Prandin, “client focused and perceptive strategist Simone Verducci Galletti, solution-oriented partner Alessandro Mannini, “assertive” former Intel attorney Fabio Angelini and “the ever reliable and practical” Paola Stefanelli, who debuts in the WTR 1000 this year.

Buzzi Notaro & Antonielli d’Oulx

“Buzzi Notaro & Antonielli d’Oulx leave no stone unturned in the pursuit of IP protection, offering rapid responses, a meticulous approach and cost-consciousness.” However, this is not a run of the mill filing shop – once the rights are granted the unit enforces them tenaciously. Enrico Antonielli d’Oulx commands the respect of the market for his anti-counterfeiting prowess. Outside of enforcement, he also keeps portfolios in fine fettle. “Alessandra Romeo’s proactivity to progress negotiations and drive resolutions is most impressive. She knows exactly when to turn up the pressure and when to pull back.” Rounding off the triumvirate, Livia Pasqualigo shines in domain name proceedings.

De Simone & Partners SpA 

“De Simone & Partners has a deep bench of practitioners that can carry out virtually any trademark task you throw at them. Armed with extensive legal knowledge across a variety of sectors, their advice is not only pragmatic, but also cost effective.” Global names such as Molinari Sambuca, Natuzzi and Daimler instruct the group. “A go-to for prosecution mandates Massimo Cimoli is a pleasure to work with. He is an expert on all things EUIPO-related and does not get caught up in the minutiae, tackling matters with a business mindset and identifying optimum commercialisation strategies.” The European Olympic Committee relies on Domenico Demarinis for its trademark registrations. “His careful and thorough work” have landed him a spot on its legal commission, the body that advises the Olympic Movement of Europe on all legal issues. The crew would not be where it is today without the creativity of luminary Domenico de Simone. The former European Communities Trademark Association president has been plying his trade for nearly five decades.

GLP Intellectual Property Office 

“GLP’s responsiveness, efficiency and impeccable quality ensure we are always satisfied,” enthuses one patron. “You can count on the team in simple cases like registrations and renewals as well as complex oppositions and invalidations, not only in Italy but Europe too.” Davide Luigi Petraz and Daniele Giovanni Petraz are the pillars of the practice. “The reports that Davide and Daniele put together are comprehensive, detailed and valuable. They always keep up to date on local and international legal developments, with a view to keeping their clients informed at all times, and their reliability creates an indissoluble relationship of trust.” The duo also boasts a wealth of experience surrounding intellectual property and its protection in Latin America and China, which is a boon to companies with overseas interests.

Jacobacci & Partners

Jacobacci & Partners has paved the way for brand protection in Italy since it first opened its doors in 1872. It now houses 90 professionals across 13 offices in four European countries and, together with its sister law firm, doles out holistic counsel to over half of the top 100 global brands. The outfit is consistently among the most active filers in the European Union and manages hundreds of thousands of marks with finesse too. Praised for their flexible approach, multinational entities and start-ups come in their droves for Franca Acuto and Elena Monte. “Acuto knows her clients’ business strategies inside out,” putting in “technically solid and thorough” performances at the EUIPO. “Quick off the blocks,” Monte coordinates bullet proof enforcement plans. “Super bright and reliable,” Enrico Riccardino is a key contact for US and Japanese companies with large scale-portfolios. “His proactive and to-the-point guidance brings about fruitful negotiations.” “Seasoned practitioner Gabriele Borasi’s knowledge is unparalleled.” Packing 20 years of experience, his prosecution skill set has been delicately honed. The firm’s success is attributable in no small part to Guido Jacobacci, who is always on hand to dish out words of wisdom.

Notarbartolo & Gervasi 

Notarbartolo & Gervasi elicits explosive praise from all corners of the market thanks to its trademark division captain Raffaele Ranieri, “whose outstanding leadership has put wind in the sails of the practice. The breadth of his expertise is apparent in the strategies he deploys in non-contentious matters and negotiations. Raffaele’s bold creativity goes hand in hand with his appreciation of business practicalities and objectives, which is evident in each one of his tailor-made solutions. When faced with adversarial odds, his action plan offers effective manoeuvrability and advantageous momentum. To top it off, his track record in opposition proceedings and anti-counterfeiting scenarios is stunning. Raffaele is one of a kind, a warm and friendly person who truly is loved by each and every one of his clients.”

Società Italiana Brevetti SpA

The seasoned troop at Società Italiana Brevetti handles everything from prosecution to portfolio management “efficiently and proactively”. Geographical indications and denominations of origin pose no issue to the crew who are active across the fashion, food and beverage industries. They are also particularly adept at navigating Asian markets. The Milan and Florence offices take their lead from Mara Mondolfo and Angelica Torrigiani Malaspina respectively. Mondolfo is a whizz at oppositions and appeals at the EUIPO and Torrigiani Malaspina gets signatures on the bottom line of lucrative licensing deals. Invalidation proceedings and managing global dossiers is a breeze for Elisabetta D’Amore. “Hands-on and pragmatic when faced with conflicts, Fabrizio De Benedetti handles delicate matters with dexterity.” De Benedeti oversees the running of the firm and has extensively contributed to national and European IP laws.

Studio Torta SpA

“A premier address for complex trademark matters in Italy.” Storied outfit Studio Torta has been on the scene since 1879 and has 220 staff across six branches fully devoted to providing 360-degree brand management support. The group has a strong leader in Maria Cristina Baldini. A renowned authority on wine-related trademarks, having authored several publications on the subject, she is equally adroit in managing marks globally too. Anti-counterfeiting maven Raffaella Barbuto stops infringers in their tracks regardless of whether they operate online or on the ground. Elisa Tricerri’s fluency in French, Italian and Japanese makes her a favourite among a cosmopolitan clientele. She assists foreign clients in cementing their brands both in Italy and the rest of Europe.

Other recommended experts

“A revered litigator, Cristiano Bacchini takes the lead on cases with significant importance to multinational corporations.” Those seeking his “responsive and efficient” approach can find him at BMLex. All-rounder Margherita Barié manages the portfolio of stock-listed Faram 1957 and enforces marks on behalf of Honda – there is nothing the award-winning Carnelutti-based partner cannot do. Paolo Bertoni at Chiomenti Studio Legale “approaches delicate and complex lawsuits with precision. Reliable, prompt and easy to work with, Paolo’s depth of expertise is apparent every step of the way. He also coordinates his team perfectly.” Moving over from CREA Accocati Associati, Daniele Caneva now creates commercial value out of intellectual property from his base at global consultancy group Ernst & Young. Cantaluppi & Partners’ very own Stefano Cantaluppi can assist clients in four languages and boasts 40 years of experience. He is highly proficient before the EUIPO and the Italian Patent and Trademark Office. Trusted counsel for Diesel and Chapter 4 Supreme, Giovanni Francesco Casucci is a superb choice for pan-European litigation. He flies the flag of Dentons Milan. Gianluca De Cristofaro is a newcomer to the WTR 1000 and “has a knack for turning hopeless cases around. His work is crisp and on time.” Operating from LCA Studio Legale, the charming litigator receives instructions from Hugo Boss and Save the Duck but also prosecutes on behalf of Harmonium Pharma, established by Pfizer Italy’s former CEO. Smooth negotiator Marco Francetti knows his way around trademark laws in China – where he often protects and enforces IP rights. He can be found at Studio Legale Jacobacci along with name partner and hard-hitting litigator Fabrizio Jacobacci. At Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale, Lydia Mendola is a staunch defender of rights in the media and technology industries. She also has asset commercialisation down to a T. Intricate multi-jurisdictional mandates are safe in the “clever and capable” hands of Gabriella Modiano at Modiano & Partners. She dispenses sagacious advice in English, German, Italian, French, Spanish and Romanian. Monica Riva recently swapped Clifford Chance for Legance Avvocati Associati. The courtroom magician excels at cross-border proceedings and advises a myriad of entities in the fashion and luxury goods sector as well as the life sciences arena. One of the fathers of IP services in Italy, Giuseppe Sena is a man of great gravitas. Clients of Studio Legale Sena e Tarchini have access to his deep wisdom.

Individuals: enforcement and litigation

  • Gabriel Cuonzo - Trevisan & Cuonzo
  • Giovanni Galimberti - Studio Legale Bird & Bird
  • Cesare Galli - IP Law Galli 
  • Giovanni Ghirardi - Hogan Lovells
  • Giovanni Guglielmetti - BonelliErede
  • Luigi Mansani - Hogan Lovells
  • Massimiliano Mostardini - Studio Legale Bird & Bird
  • 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
  • Lorenzo Litta - Spheriens
  • 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 
  • Daniele Caneva - Ernst & Young
  • Gianluca De Cristofaro - LCA Studio Legale
  • Marco Francetti - Studio Legale Jacobacci & Associati
  • Angelica Lodigiani - Barzanò & Zanardo
  • Luigi Manna - Martini Manna Avvocati
  • Lydia Mendola - Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale
  • Pietro Pouché - Herbert Smith Freehills LLP
  • Lia Puntieri - Trevisan & Cuonzo
  • Giulio Enrico Sironi - Simmons & Simmons LLP

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 
  • Massimo Cimoli - De Simone & Partners SpA
  • 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 - Studio Legale Bird & Bird
  • Stefano Cantaluppi - Cantaluppi & Partners
  • Gianluca De Cristofaro - LCA Studio Legale
  • Domenico Demarinis - De Simone & Partners SpA
  • Marco Francetti - Studio Legale Jacobacci & Associati
  • Sabrina Fumagalli - Botti & Ferrari Srl 
  • 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


  • Domenico de Simone - De Simone & Partners SpA
  • Guido Jacobacci - Jacobacci & Partners
  • Giuseppe Sena - Studio Legale Sena e Tarchini