Avv Giulia Affer > Trevisan & Cuonzo > Milan, Italy > Lawyer Profile

Trevisan & Cuonzo
20121 MILANO

Work Department

IP and Commercial Department


Commercial Law
Product Liability
IP Rights
Labour Law
Commercial and IP Litigation


Giulia, who joined Trevisan & Cuonzo in 2006, has gained vast experience in assisting Italian and foreign clients in both contentious and non contentious matters related to commercial and IP rights. Her competencies, spanning a number of legal fields, allow Giulia to have a comprehensive understanding of the matter and to offer solutions that take into account all of the client’s needs. Giulia has experience in drafting and negotiating agreements as well as assisting clients in dispute resolution.
She regularly hosts training courses for companies and has also lectured in conferences on packaging, franchising and employee’s inventions. 


Italian, English and French


University of Milan (J.D. 2002 – magna cum laude)

Lawyer Rankings

Italy > Intellectual property

Trevisan & Cuonzo receives high praise as a boutique with ‘considerable’ experience in life sciences patent litigation and for its knowledge of the Italian healthcare system, which allows the team to provide sector-specific and commercially relevant patent litigation assistance. The firm’s lawyers advise on cases involving trade secrets, unfair competition, patent infringement or revocation matters. Co-founder Gabriel Cuonzo has decades of court experience and enjoys a ‘strong reputation’, while fellow co-founder Luca Trevisan is a ‘seasoned star.’ Julia Holden is jointly qualified as an English solicitor and Italian attorney, while Giulia Affer is also well regarded.

Italy > Industry focus: TMT

Name partners Luca Trevisan and Gabriel Cuonzo head the technology, media and communications team at Trevisan & Cuonzo. The firm assists clients, especially in the media and entertainment areas, with privacy and GDPR compliance, as well as negotiating supply agreements. Disputes also feature in its workload, with recent work including a matter involving accusations of plagiarism in the music business before the Supreme Court. Lia Puntieri and Giulia Affer, who stands out for her ‘excellent professional skills‘, are also noted.