Francesca Angeloni > Hogan Lovells International LLP > Rome, Italy > Lawyer Profile

Hogan Lovells International LLP
VIA MARCHE 1-3
00187 ROME
Italy

Work Department

Global Regulatory

Position

Partner

Career

Francesca Angeloni is an environmental law and regulatory lawyer and heads the Italian Public Law practice. With over 20 years’ experience and a consolidated track record in regulated and strategic market sectors such as energy, infrastructure, and industrial projects, Francesca provides support in pure regulatory matters (permitting, compliance, contracts with public authorities), merger and acquisition deals and litigation, enjoying rights of audience before the higher courts.

Languages

Italian, English

Memberships

Italian Bar Association

Education

Law degree (cum laude), Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano, 1994

Lawyer Rankings

Italy > Industry focus: Healthcare and life sciences

Hogan Lovells International LLP‘s life sciences team is widely respected for its expertise in corporate and commercial matters, M&A, product liability and litigation, regulatory issues, IP and compliance. Clients additionally appreciate the group’s robust relationships with the Italian Health Authorities’ key officers. Heading up the Italian cross-practice life sciences team, Christian Di Mauro advises on product liability, compliance, regulation and safety, and Francesca Angeloni is a regulatory law specialist. Counsel Giuseppe Aminzade joined from Rucellai & Raffaelli in July 2021 to lead the firm’s Italy life sciences and healthcare regulatory department.

Italy > Administrative and public law

(Hall of Fame)

Francesca Angeloni

Hogan Lovells International LLP

Hogan Lovells International LLP‘s public law team is described as ‘very strong’ particularly in connection to environmental administrative matters, an area in which regulatory lawyer and practice head Francesca Angeloni excels. Senior associate Emanuela Cocco assists in matters of public procurement law, renewables and conventional energy as well as expropriation procedures and oil and gas matters. Furthermore, a notable strength of the group is its integration with the firm’s global regulatory practice, which is further enhanced by the tight collaboration with many of the firm’s other practices, including M&A, commercial, energy, real estate and competition law, among others.