Pierluigi Feliciani

Pierluigi Feliciani


Email [email protected]​hoganlovells.com

Phone +39 06 6758 23 1

Fax +39 06 67582323

LanguagesEnglish, Italian, Spanish

Practice groupCorporate & Finance

Pierluigi has a wealth of experience in advising international clients on their entry into the Italian market and thereafter providing support in their day-to-day business activities. He has assisted in domestic and cross-border M&A and real estate transactions in a broad range of industries including energy, life sciences and luxury goods. 

Clients appreciate Pierluigi's unique mix of proactivity, a practical approach and a swift response time to each and every issue that arises. Whether it concerns corporate law issues, the incorporation of new companies, the purchase or disposal of a business, establishment of corporate governance policies or special plans for employees' incentives, he always knows how to get the job done beyond clients' expectations. Where necessary he coordinates effectively the foreign law support from his Hogan Lovells global colleagues.

His can-do attitude, precision and commitment, as well as his practical and commercial problem-solving skills, are widely recognised both inside and outside the firm, and are exactly what clients look for in a corporate law advisor. In addition to being qualified in Italy and a member of the Italian Bar Association, Pierluigi is also qualified in Spain and a member of the Spanish Bar Association.

Awards and recognitions


Industry Focus: Healthcare and Life Sciences
Legal 500 EMEA

Education and admissions


LL.B., University of Rome “La Sapienza”, 2008

Bar admissions and qualifications



Representative experience

Assisting global multinational oil company in the disposal of its retail business across Italy

Advising U.S. pharmaceuticals and technology companies in the start-up phase of their businesses in Italy

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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