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.
- 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.