In 1998 Francesco graduated from the University “La Sapienza” in Pisa. Soon after, he attended the preparation training to access the Public Administration Judicial Office and other legal management roles, held by Prof. Giuseppe Nerio Carugno in Florence. Since 2001 Francesco has been a member of the National Bar Association. He is currently advising ad litem numerous public and private legal entities. Francesco obtained the highest level of C2 “DELE” Spanish Diploma from the Cervantes Institute in Madrid (the Spanish Official Institute), and he is currently the only Italian lawyer owning a law firm with this qualification. Francesco has considerable experience in managing transactional disputes, both in the Italian jurisdiction (with involvement in all stages of the trial) as well as in Spain and in South America, where he can take care of the management of any litigation. Francesco is a First Counsel at the Supreme Court and at other Higher Courts.
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The Law Firm
It was founded in 2001 and has since expanded its clients, thanks to the quality of services offered. Over the yearIt was founded in 2001 and has since expanded its Clients, thanks to the quality of the services offered. Over the years, Francesco has maintained contacts with important international law firms, thanks to his ability to operate in different fields of law (see the “Our Services” section). One of the Firm’s inherent strengths is to support those Clients who need to file a lawsuit or manage a business in Italy. In these cases, we will evaluate the situation from all relevant angles , suggesting the best solution(s), both in the contractual stage and during the litigation. Thanks to an online consulting service, we are able to offer quick and comprehensive answers to companies, professionals and individuals. If interested, you can contact us through the “Contact Us” section.
Alternative dispute resolutions
With a view to a more profitable assistance to the Client, the Firm pays particular attention to alternative dispute resolutions, explaining the benefits and timing of execution in relation to the likely outcomes of the trial.