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Veronica Bertocci

She/herSenior Lawyer

Veronica Bertocci is a criminal lawyer with a strong expertise in criminal litigations matters and corporate compliance according to Legislative Decree 231/2001.

Veronica Bertocci provides legal assistance to Italian and international clients regarding crimes against the Public Administration, environmental crimes, town planning crimes, tax crimes, cybercrimes, in relation to IP, Health and Safety in the Workplace, malfunctioning product issues and liability, to the discipline of administrative liability of entities pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/2001 and to all the corporate crimes.

Veronica has also strong professional skills in corporate compliance assisting national and international companies to implement compliance programs according to Legislative Decree 231/2001.

Veronica has also experience in criminal internal investigations, assisting national and multinational clients in identifying and managing critical issues and recommending appropriate solutions.

Veronica is Chairman of Supervisory Bodies pursuant to Legislative Decree 231/2001.

Professional QualificationsAvvocato admitted to the Milan Bar
  • Italian
  • English
  • French
  • University of Milan, "Luigi Bocconi" Law degree


  • Speaker at "Product liability in healthcare" (Assobiomedica) (2019 - 2022);
  • Speaker at " Liability for defective products" (Confindustria Medical Device Services) (2019 - 2023);
  • Speaker at "The Person Responsible for Compliance - PRRC" (Confindustria Medical Devices Services) (2021 - 2023);
  • Lecturer at "Master in law and corporate litigation" (IPSOA) (2019).

Prior Experience

Before joining DLA Piper, Veronica Bertocci worked with leading Italian law firms.

Additional Information

  • Veronica is frequently appointed as speaker in several internal training courses for companies (for example, with regard to the provisions set by Italian Legislative Decree 231/2001), masters organized by Assobiomedica (on criminal liability for defective products) and by IPSOA (on company crimes).