Renato Fiumalbi > Eversheds Sutherland Associazione Professionale > Milan, Italy > Lawyer Profile

Eversheds Sutherland Associazione Professionale
VIA PRIVATA MARIA TERESA, 4
20123 MILAN
Italy

Work Department

Renato Fiumalbi is the Head of the Italian Litigation practice.

Renato graduated in 1983 (University of Milan), has been admitted to practice since 1988 and before the Supreme Court of Italy since 2001.

Renato has extensive experience, accrued during almost 30 years of practice, on corporate, commercial -inclusive of m&a disputes- and insolvency litigation, with particular focus on construction and engineering, transport and logistics, food industry.

Renato represents clients in domestic litigation before ordinary courts as well as in arbitration proceedings, both domestic and international (ICC); he also has large experience in handling cross-border disputes.

Position

Partner

Languages

Italian, English and basic knowledge of German

Lawyer Rankings

Italy > Restructuring and insolvency

Eversheds Sutherland Associazione Professionale assists clients from the aerospace and defence, banks and financial services, construction and materials, energy, real estate, transportation, utilities sectors in all bankruptcy and insolvency related matters. In particular, the team is notably active in insolvency litigation, including liability actions against directors and auditors, among others. Renato Fiumalbi leads the department, which also includes key name Simone Barnaba.

Italy > Dispute resolution

Eversheds Sutherland Associazione Professionale is well known for its local strength, combined with a wide international network, which allows great cross-border reach. The team is especially focused on energy and oil and gas disputes, whereby Kuwait Petroleum is a key client and Simone Barnaba the point of contact at the firm. Commercial, corporate and insolvency disputes are core areas for practice head Renato Fiumalbi. Beatrice Bigonzi acts for top players of the fashion industry, among other clients. Mariafrancesca De Leo moved to Greenberg Traurig Santa Maria.