Giulio Marconcin

Giulio Marconcin focuses his practice on litigation and arbitration proceedings. He advises both Italian and international clients on a wide range of civil and commercial matters, with a specific focus on corporate law issues.

Claim for Damages Against Directors of a Foreign Company: Do Italian Courts Have Jurisdiction?

By and on Jun 3, 2024
Posted In Court Judgment, Italy

Corporate disputes often have a transnational dimension, including in connection with directors liability for wrongdoing. Italian courts are frequently called to decide claims against corporate directors with links with other legal systems, such as the company being incorporated under the laws of a foreign State. This poses relevant procedural issues. The Court of Milan (decision...

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Climate Change Litigation in Italy: The First Judgment From the Court of Rome

By and on May 14, 2024
Posted In ESG, Procedural Legal Update, Italy

The total number of climate change court cases has more than doubled since 2017 and is growing worldwide, according to the UN Environment Program (UNEP) and the Sabin Center for Climate Change Law at Columbia University. Most of the cases are pending in the US, however the EU and (even more significantly) developing countries are...

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