Mr Marco Berliri > Hogan Lovells International LLP > Rome, Italy > Lawyer Profile

Hogan Lovells International LLP
00187 ROME

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Marco is one of the most well-known lawyers in Italy in the areas of TMT, commercial law and Information Technology. He has worked in this field for over 15 years and is one of the pioneers in the legal arena on Internet related issues in Italy. He advises many of the most important international players of the new economy with passion and dedication and is well known for his commercial and business oriented approach. Marco is a partner in our Rome office and is the head of the Technology, Media and Communications and Commercial Group in Italy.


Law Degree “La Sapienza”, University of Rome; LL.M., Georgetown University, Washington D.C.


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Italian Bar Association

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Italy > Industry focus: TMT

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Hogan Lovells International LLP stands out for the breadth of its TMT practice. The group’s advice spans matters concerning the internet, cloud computing, outsourcing and e-commerce projects; the media and new media sectors, particularly commercial and regulatory issues; telecoms and the automotive industry. Marco Berliri, whose expertise includes ISP liability and data protection, heads the practice. Massimiliano Masnada focuses on IT litigation and online privacy.

Italy > Compliance

Hogan Lovells International LLP‘s ‘outstanding‘ practice covers internal investigations, criminal law, privacy and data protection, corporate and commercial law, tax and product liability, among other areas. Massimiliano Masnada focuses on privacy and compliance issues, while Vittorio Moresco advises clients on the employment law aspects of companies’ administrative liability. Francesca Rolla leads the Italian investigations, white-collar and fraud department. Another recommended individual is Jeffrey Greenbaum, who is a European and Italian financial regulation expert. Also key to the wider practice are Marco BerliriSabrina Borocci and Christian Di Mauro.