Mauro assists clients in a wide range of commercial disputes as well as on alternative dispute resolution cases, including mediation proceedings. Whatever the subject matter of the litigation, Mauro aims to clinch the case swiftly and successfully. He is a litigation associate at Hogan Lovells, based in Milan. With a focus on product liability, product safety and compliance, Mauro's professional journey began in 2009, after graduating from Bocconi University, when he joined an international law firm in Italy, getting started with commercial and corporate litigation and arbitration.
Admitted to the Italian Bar in 2013, Mauro has been with Hogan Lovells since 2014 and, since then, has developed a passion for product liability, defending clients in a variety of industries, but with a particular focus on the life sciences sector. He also handles complex domestic and cross-border commercial litigations. A participant in the Erasmus life-long learning program while at University and, previously, to the AFS and EFIL (European Federation for Intercultural Learning) educational and cultural exchange program, Mauro has an international mind-set that allows him to think outside the box and adopt successful practices and good ideas wherever they originate.
Assisting a leading pharmaceutical company in post M&A arbitration before the LCIA for alleged breach of representations and warranties
Assistance to several multinational pharmaceutical companies in relation to product liability claims brought by consumers and/or their heirs for drug-related damages
Assisting international insurance companies in relation to a number of product liability claims brought against insured in a variety of industries
Advising multinational companies on product safety issues affecting a number of products in a variety of industries
Assisting a leading pharmaceutical company in several manufacturing and distribution contract disputes
Supporting with internal investigations for clients in the household appliances and IT sectors following investigations by criminal or regulatory authorities