Nicoletta Spinaci

Nicoletta Spinaci

Senior Associate
Milan, Rome

Since 2006 Nicoletta has worked for Italian and international clients to support them in a wide range of domestic and cross-border M&A transactions. She particularly focuses in energy and infrastructure industries and she has also very strong experience in fashion and luxury goods. Nicoletta has also been involved in litigation and arbitration and has gained a significant experience in a broad range of commercial agreements, ancillary to M&A transactions. 

Whether it comes to expand into new markets, set up or dispose of business, reorganize group activities and operations or create strategic alliances, Nicoletta brings extensive experience in helping the clients solve the tougher legal issues and achieve their project goals. 

Nicoletta's commitment and ability to translate her legal knowledge into suitable commercial solutions is appreciated by some of the firm's key clients who enjoy her aptitude in delivering clear and practical advice and in anticipating and helping them face the wide range of legal issues in the Italian market. 

She is member of our Fashion Brand and Luxury Group and Energy and Natural Resource Group.

Education and admissions


Law Degree magna cum laude, University LUISS Guido Carli, Rome, 2005

Representative experience

Advising Vodafone Global Enterprise on its takeover of Cobra Automotive Technologies, a leading provider of telematics insurance and vehicle tracking systems

Advising a private equity fund in the acquisition of a qualified minority stake in an Italian company operating in the Luxury Goods sector

Advising an Italian company in restructuring operation and assets disposal, including the majority stake in AS Roma S.p.A. the Italian football team

Advising a leading Japanese engineering company on its investment in a world leading group in the manufacturing of thermodynamic solar receivers

Establishing innovative Long Term Incentive plans for global groups in the Luxury Goods sector involving share acquisitions by multi-jurisdictional participants

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