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CHIOMENTI

VIA VERDI 2, 20121 MILAN, ITALY
Tel:
Work +39 02 72 15 71
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Fax +39 02 72 15 72 24
Email:
Web:
www.chiomenti.net
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Filippo Brunetti

Tel:
Work +39 0272157625
Email:
Chiomenti

Work Department

Partner Administrative Law

Position

Filippo provides litigation and out-of-court assitance in public contract law: execution of contracts and concessions of works, services and supplies; project financing. He assists clients with implementing and managing energy infrastructure projects and with related administrative disputes focussing on companies and public agencies. He also advises in the areas of gas, waste, water, transport services, health, pharmaceutical industry -interfacing with the National Healthcare System- and urban planning and environmental law and real estate.

Career

Filippo Brunetti joined the Firm in 2001 and became a Partner in 2008.

Languages

Italian, English.

Member

Member of the Rome Bar and admitted to the Supreme Court, Italy.

Education

Graduated in Law, L.U.I.S.S. Guido Carli University, Rome, 1992; Postgraduate course, Administrative Law, University of Rome, La Sapienza, 1996.


Italy

Administrative and public law

Within: Administrative and public law

Chiomenti Studio Legale is ‘excellent’ in the field of public procurement, particularly in relation to works, services and supplies, PPPs, public companies, transports and infrastructures, urban planning and energy projects. Key highlights included ongoing advice to gas company Snam on a variety of regulatory matters, and assistance to Italian news agency ANSA with three litigious cases before Regional Administrative Tribunals. Filippo Brunetti heads the practice and Rome-based Francesco Scanzano is another key contact, as is senior associate Alfredo Vitale.

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Italy: Industry focus

Energy

Within: Energy

Chiomenti Studio Legale assisted FRI-EL Green Power with its partial voluntary tender offer for shares issued by Alerion Green Power, and advised EF Solare Italia on a purchase agreement with Solar Resources, which is part of Etrion, to acquire the entire corporate capital of Etrion and Helios, including 17 photovoltaic plants in Italy. Practice head Carola Antonini is recommended and administrative law specialist Filippo Brunetti is another name to note.

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