• Professional experience:

    He renders legal advice and full assistance to Italian and foreign companies with respect to administrative law, energy law and public tenders. In particular, he has acquired experience on renewable energies, in relation to wind and photovoltaic projects, he has also gathered experience in discussion with public authorities with reference to permitting and regulatory requirements. Moreover, he assists companies operating in the oil and gas exploration and production market, dealing with all contractual, commercial and regulatory matters.
    He also advices international groups in relation to the compliance with anti-bribery legislation (in Italy implemented by Legislative Decree 231/2001): in this respect he has designed and reviewed Organizational Model and procedures compliant with Legislative Decree 231/2001, has drafted Codes of conduct and proper anticorruption clauses and forms to be incorporated in the company’s contracts.
    He acted as expert of the National Anti-Corruption authority in several EU projects of capacity building for foreign institutions aimed at implementing the EU Directives on public procurement.
    He is Professor of administrative law at the University of Rome “La Sapienza”.



    Education:

    He obtained his Law degree at the University of “LUISS – Guido Carli” of Rome (1995). He obtained his dottorato di ricerca on administrative law (Ph.D.) at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” (2002).



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    Office: Rome Bologna


    Practice: Public Law and Procurement Energy and Natural Resources Pro Bono


    Admitted to Bar in 1998. He is member of the Bar of Rome. He is the author of articles on administrative law, public tenders, energy law and water management. He is member of IBA International Bar Association – Section SEERIL International Oil and Gas law, of IPFA International Project Finance Association, and of RMMLF Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation.


    Languages: English, Italian, Spanish