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The firm

Founded in 1994 by Mr Fabio Liparota, lawyer, Liparota Law Firm has its main office in the city centre of Rome.

After the first years of experience in the capital, it started to be active in Milan as well, through a corresponding fiduciary law firm.

From 1995 to 2005 Liparota Law Firm experienced very significant growth, thus becoming a reference legal boutique for those clients who pay particular attention to the direct relationship with professionals. Liparota Law Firm has mainly specialised in the thematic areas of broad-based administrative, civil and company law, as well as labour law, and it is now primarily active in Italy.

Since 2006, the founder, following the trend of the market and prompted by his clients, has started to feel the need to make his law firm international in scope.

Today, through a network of corresponding law firms, Liparota Law Firm can assist its clients in different parts of the world.

Areas of practice

Administrative law: Liparota Law Firm, through the experience gained in the administrative law field by its professionals, can provide legal advice and assistance on any matter related to this area, with particular reference to the areas of public procurement, environmental law, energy, transportation, town planning, telecommunication, privatisation and public services, as well as trade licences and administrative authorisations. The Rome-based department is guided by Fabio Liparota and Marianna Vazzana.

Civil law: Liparota Law Firm operates in all areas of civil law having acquired a consolidated experience in the field. In particular, it provides legal assistance in any legal dispute related to any branch of civil law, with specific competence in the area of commercial, contract, banking, insurance, civil liability, and credit recovery law. The assistance is guaranteed in any proceeding, including before the Italian Higher Instance Court (Corte di Cassazione) and all the higher levels of national judiciaries.

Company and commercial: Liparota Law Firm provides assistance to its clients in extraordinary transactions such as mergers, demergers, shares acquisition or asset deals, group company reorganisation, in the drafting of shareholders’ and joint venture agreements, and in the creation of new companies. Client assistance services cover any company activity, including fiscal and legal structuring, the drafting and the negotiation of contract documents (such as letters of intent, procedure letters, investment agreements, acquisition agreements, shareholders’ agreements, financing documents, etc.).

LanguagesEnglish
French
Italian

Other officesCagliari
Florence
Milan
Sant’Agata de’ Goti
Turin

Number of lawyers 4

Above material supplied by Liparota Law Firm.

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