Advising GE Healthcare in a proceeding before the Italian Data Protection Authority.
Back from London where she obtained a Master of Laws from King's College, Giulia has, since 2013, worked in the fields of Information Technology and privacy law, assisting the major players in the e-commerce and Internet industry by providing day-to-day legal advice and representing their interests in Italy. Her practice within Hogan Lovells is focused on e-commerce, Information Technology and data protection and includes more traditional types of commercial practice. She assists some of the major players in the e-commerce and Internet industry, including e-commerce platforms, search engine providers, video sharing platforms, cloud computing service providers, and social networks.
Giulia graduated in Law from University of Bologna summa cum laude in 2012. In the same year, she got a Master's degree in International Business Law from King's College London, where she attended the LLM program as part of a special double degree program. During her studies, she also spent 9 months at Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona, as part of an international student exchange program. Thanks to these international experiences, Giulia is fluent in Italian, English and Spanish. Giulia was admitted to the Italian Bar in September 2015.
Advising e-commerce platforms on online sale strategies and in setting up new sale departments.
Assisting Google in relation to privacy issues and right to be forgotten in Italy.