Davide has extensive experience of complex domestic and cross-border commercial disputes before ordinary and arbitral Courts (ie Milan Chamber of Arbitration; London Court of International Arbitration; International Court of Arbitration and the Swiss Chambers' Arbitration Institution), also precautionary in nature.
Davide has gained, through the years, a strong background in commercial disputes and export control/financial sanctions related matters and he, along with his team, assists some of the biggest banks and private corporation in the day-by-day compliance with EU and OFAC sanctions programs.
Davide lectures with the University of Milan and he is appointed on regular basis as arbitrator in ad hoc/administrated proceedings.
Professional QualificationsAvvocato admitted to the Milan Bar
University of Milan, Law degree
School of International Arbitration, Queen Mary, University of London and Dispute Resolution Institute, Hamline University, Saint Paul, Minnesota, US - Global Arbitration Law and Practice
"Litigation and Enforcement in Italy: Overview ", a Thomson Reuters Guide, 2016
"Rethinking Class Arbitration in light of American Express v. Italian Colors U.S. Supreme Court’s decision (U.S. Supreme Court, 20 June 2013 n. 12-133)" in Rivista del Commercio Internazionale, 1/2015, p. 328.
Before joining DLA Piper, Davide worked for leading Italian and international law firms.
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