Last Updated: 15 July 2019
is an independent law firm providing legal advice mainly in the areas of corporate, commercial and financial law with offices in Milan and Rome. The firm has established itself as an important player among law firms in Italy, advising on litigation and arbitration as well as on corporate and ... financial transactions. The firm maintains strong links with the academic legal community and members of the firm serve as law professors and young scholars at Italian universities. Most of the firm’s clients are Italian and international corporations (including listed companies) and financial institutions, including banks, insurance companies, private equity funds and asset managers. The firm advises its clients on complex and innovative corporate and financial transactions as well as on high-profile disputes both in Italy and abroad. The firm has developed far-reaching relations with prominent foreign law firms in order to ensure the most effective coordination with a sole-team approach.
has been providing advice in litigation and arbitration matters since its foundation in 1961. The firm assists private individuals, Italian and foreign businesses, multinationals and financial institutions in their civil, corporate, and commercial disputes. Pavia e Ansaldo is focused especially on ... matters relating to ordinary civil litigation (in all relevant competent courts and before the Supreme Court) and arbitration (institutional and ad hoc, domestic and international). The firm has specific expertise in dealing with disputes related to corporate law, post-acquisition controversies, commercial agreements, insurance contracts, tort, product liability, class actions and antitrust, as well as real estate, insolvency, environment, inheritance and asset protection matters. In both civil litigation and arbitration, particular emphasis is placed on the pre-litigation phase, where the aim is to enable clients to make informed choices by providing them with an accurate evaluation of risks, costs and timeframes and, therefore, the benefits of taking a case though the courts as compared with out-of-court settlement options.