Gabriele started his career in 1999 with an Italian law firm, where he practiced until June 2000, when he joined EDISONTEL, a telecommunications start-up belonging to the FIAT group, where he provided corporate advice to the board of directors and contractual advice to the company’s wholesale team. In January 2002, he moved to Spain and joined EJASO where he advised medium-sized companies on corporate and contractual matters. In March 2006, he joined the commercial law department of GARRIGUES, also participating in the Italian Desk.
Commercial Law, Start-ups, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, PE/VC and M&A
Spanish, English and Italian
Gabriele has advised more than twenty Italian companies during the time he has practiced in Spain to establish their branches/subsidiaries in the country, managing all the corporate and contractual aspects related to their incorporation and subsequent commercial activity. He has also worked with Spanish companies in their entry into the Italian market and has participated in several M&A transactions, advising national and multinational companies as well as private equity funds. Gabriele also has extensive experience in advising start-ups and all types of commercial contracts.
He also advises developers in the renewable energy sector and has extensive experience in EPC contracts, O&M and M&A transactions of renewable energy projects.
Gabriele is a lecturer in master degree courses given by ISDE and CEF.
Law Degree. University of Florence (Italy).
Law Degree. University of Barcelona (Spain).
Specialization course in Corporate Law.
Brief considerations on the insolvency liability of company directors. Energy Notebooks. April 2009
Madrid Bar Association.
We thrive on challenges and, after many years of practice in large firms, decided to create a multidisciplinary team, combining technical excellence with practical and effective advice.
Commercial law, intellectual property and new technologies, tax, litigation and bankruptcy.
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