Firm Profile > Macchi di Cellere Gangemi > Rome, Italy
Macchi di Cellere Gangemi Offices
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Macchi di Cellere Gangemi > The Legal 500 Rankings
Bologna: leading firms Tier 2
Corporate and M&A, banking and finance, employment, dispute resolution and administrative law are the key practice areas at Macchi di Cellere Gangemi. The firm also has specialist experience in the energy sector. Founding partner Luigi Macchi di Cellere is noted.
Industry focus: Energy Tier 3
The energy and natural resources practice group at Macchi di Cellere Gangemi is active in corporate and M&A, administrative litigation and antitrust. Claudio Visco is the head of the team. The firm acted for a group of 20 electricity traders in proceedings concerning imbalances in the flow of electricity before the Italian Regulatory Authority for Energy. Francesco Piron is recommended for his knowledge of administrative law.
Tax Tier 3
With sector expertise in oil and gas, real estate, technology and automotive, Macchi di Cellere Gangemi is well known for international tax issues (including transfer pricing and advance pricing agreements), tax litigation, real estate deal-related tax issues and private client work. Arnaldo Salvatore assisted Schaeffler with obtaining a VAT refund in relation to EU cross-border chain transactions involving industrial machinery. Bruno Gangemi, Stefano Petrecca and Francesco Capitta are the other highly rated contacts; Antonietta Alfano and Valerio Cirimbilla are experienced senior associates.
Dispute resolution Tier 4
Macchi di Cellere Gangemi has offices in Rome, Milan and Verona, and represents clients such as Ryanair and BMW in disputes regarding competition, product liability, banking and finance law. The ‘knowledgeable’ team is led by the ‘very competent’ Silvia Lazzeretti and was strengthened by the arrivals of Giulia Verga and Enrico Storari from Studio Legale Sartori in November 2017, as well as of counsel Monique Sasson in January 2018 from Jams International.
Macchi di Cellere Gangemi is focused on project finance, particularly in relation to the energy and infrastructure sectors as well as water services; Veronagest is a client. Claudio Visco, Claudia Bruscaglioni and Silvia Dell’Atti are experienced advisers.
Macchi di Cellere Gangemi is best known for domestic and cross-border M&A, joint ventures and shareholder agreements, and corporate governance; the team advised Ascensia Diabetes Care on the acquisition of its diabetes care business from Bayer. Luigi Macchi di Cellere and Claudio Visco are key practitioners.
Macchi di Cellere Gangemi > Firm Profile
The firm: Macchi di Cellere Gangemi is an international professional association founded in 1986 with over 100 highly qualified professionals. The firm assists companies in relation to all matters under Italian, European Community and international law. In just over twenty years, Macchi di Cellere Gangemi has become a qualified partner of leading Italian companies and multinational groups. The firm has extensive experience in all areas of law, with global services incorporating different areas of expertise and a strong commitment in the corporate, tax and finance areas. In recent years, the firm has specialised in new areas of law, such as project finance, environmental and energy law.
Areas of practice: Energy and natural resources (administrative law): the activity of the firm includes both the administrative procedures for obtaining permits and authorisations and contracts on related activities.
Renewable sources: the firm has been active for years in the development of projects that use renewable sources, particularly photovoltaic plants and solar thermal plants, biomass and biogas plants and wind farms.
Regulatory: the firm’s lawyers provide consultancy services to regulated subjects that are active in different fields within the energy market (gas and electric power ), through advisory activities, drafting of compliance manuals and self-regulation protocols.
Energy-administrative litigation: the firm’s attorneys offer assistance in any field of administrative law thanks to their extensive knowledge of procedures for the release of authorisations by local authorities for the production of wind, photovoltaic, solar thermal, biomass, biogas and biofuel energy.
Tax litigation: the firm has been involved in many important and contentious procedures for domestic and foreign clients before tax courts of all types and levels, including the Court of Cassation and the European Court of Justice.
Taxation of financial instruments and funding: the firm provides advice in relation to the tax implications of innovative financial products.
Taxation of private equity and real estate funds: the firm provides highly qualified tax advice in relation to the tax aspects concerning the establishment of private equity and real estate investment funds and the tax treatment of foreign and Italian investors.
Transfer pricing: in relation to the matter of transfer pricing, the firm has developed specific expertise in preparing the documentation of the prices charged in intercompany relationships.
VAT and indirect taxes: the firm specialises in providing advice on VAT, the identification of the correct tax treatment of intra-community and international operations.
Litigation, dispute resolution: the litigation department has considerable experience in all areas of commercial law.
Strategic litigation analysis: the attorneys provide legal opinions in relation to potential liability, preliminary verification of the risk of litigation and preventive strategy.
Litigation: the attorneys represent foreign and Italian clients in financial, corporate, commercial, real estate, employment, environmental and administrative proceedings, national and international tax litigation and bankruptcy proceedings and directors liability.
Defence before the high courts: Macchi di Cellere Gangemi represents clients in every phase of litigation, including the high courts, such as the Court of Cassation, the Constitutional Court and the European Court of Justice.
Recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments: department professionals have significant experience in Italy in the recognition and enforcement of foreign judgments under national law, European regulations and bilateral and multilateral conventions.
Arbitration and alternative dispute resolution: Macchi di Cellere Gangemi has considerable experience in domestic and international arbitration and alternative dispute resolution.
|Public Law and procurement||Giannalberto Mazzei|
|Banking, finance and debt restructuring||Claudio Visco|
|Banking, finance and debt restructuring||Silvia Dell'Atti|
|Capital markets||Silvia Dell'Atti|
|Competition/EU/consumer||Stefano Macchi di Cellere|
|Corporate and commercial||Luigi Macchi di Cellere|
|Corporate and commercial||Ernesto Pucci|
|Energy and natural resources||Claudio Visco|
|Energy and natural resources||Francesco Piron|
|Insolvency/corporate reorganisation||Luigi Macchi di Cellere|
|Internationalisation of companies||Matteo Castioni|
|Labour and social security||Elisa Noto|
|Litigation and arbitration||Claudio Visco|
|M&A, private equity||Ernesto Pucci|
|Project finance and infrastructure||Silvia Dell'Atti|
|Real estate||Marco Sella|
|Real estate||Francesco Capitta|
|Public Law and procurement||Antonio Colavecchio|
|Energy and natural resources||Antonio Colavecchio|
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|Francesco Capitta||View Profile|
|Silvia Dell’Atti||View Profile|
|Pietro Fulvio||View Profile|
|Bruno Gangemi||View Profile|
|Salvatore Lamarca||View Profile|
|Mr Luigi MacChi Di Cellere||View Profile|
|Giannalberto Mazzei||View Profile|
|Elisa Noto||View Profile|
|Salvatore Orlando||View Profile|
|Stefano Petrecca||View Profile|
|Ernesto Pucci||View Profile|
|Arnaldo Salvatore||View Profile|
|Claudio Visco||View Profile|
Staff FiguresNumber of lawyers : 94 at this office : 44
LanguagesChinese English French German Italian Portuguese Spanish
OtherOther offices : Bologna Other offices : London Other offices : Modena Other offices : Milan Other offices : Paris Other offices : Verona
We believe, as business lawyers, that it is our professional duty and ethical responsibility to act also for the most vulnerable and disregarded individuals in our society. Therefore we have developed a flourishing Pro Bono practice, whose focus is to provide free legal advice and assistance to those in need, in favour of non-profit organisations, social cooperatives and communities promoting the public good that are not always able to afford the direct costs for the required legal assistance.
To date, our Pro Bono work consisted of legal assistance and advice offered in specific cases to or through organisations such as, Save the Children, Tide Global Learning, Antigone, DO&MA, CILD.