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Andrea Atteritano


Andrea Atteritano
English, Italian, Spanish
Practice Group

'Very professional and knowledgeable', Andrea is a litigation and arbitration counsel responsible of the Rome litigation practice. He assists clients across various industry sectors (luxury, food & beverages, life sciences, automotive, insurance and finance amongst others) in complex domestic and cross-border disputes, arbitration, ADR and pre-contentious matters. 

With his 15 years' experience and a strong academic background, Andrea combines a practical approach and a deep knowledge of substantive and procedural law. Whether it is a D&O claim or a shareholders' dispute, a post M&A arbitration or a follow on action, a serial litigation over misselling of insurance products, a complex commercial dispute or a matter of public or private international law (including on immunity and sanctions), Andrea is always on the top of things and knows how to make smooth and simple clients' life for a successful management of cases. 

Andrea is also a good negotiator in settlements, ADR and pre-contentious matters and advises clients on strategy to manage and reduce potential risk exposure. Assistant Professor at Luiss Guido Carli (Rome), Andrea authored various publications for the most important law reviews and publishing houses. Secretary and member of the editorial committee of the Italian Arbitration Law review and Italian representative of the AICAC, Andrea is also active in pro bono activities, especially regarding diversity, being member of our Italian Diversity team.

Andrea Atteritano is ‘very professional and knowledgeable’

Legal 500 EMEA 2015

Education and admissions


  • University of Oslo, 1998
  • Law Degree magna cum laude, Università LUISS Guido Carli Rome
  • PhD International and Domestic Arbitration, Università LUISS Guido Carli Rome
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