Gianluigi represents a leading voice in the ambit of digital transformation – supporting both traditional businesses now facing the process of digitalisation, and the more disruptive models driving the change.
He is the Head of Digitalisation in Italy, Head of the Italian Tech, Media and Comms team and Data Protection practice. His legal experience includes privacy, intellectual property and technology law, both contentious and non-contentious.
Gianluigi assists clients through the digital transformation of business processes and the mitigation of risks associated with information security and information management.
He advises some of the major international companies on legal issues relating to privacy and personal data processing, information technology, cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, wearable technology, CRM, eHealth and telemedicine, as well as the "right to be forgotten".
Furthermore, he has gained substantial experience in drafting and reviewing personal data protection compliance programmes and in providing assistance during and following Data Protection Authority raids.
Gianluigi also advises on media regulatory issues, platform regulation, e-commerce, producer guarantees and consumer rights, misleading advertising, prize promotions, commercial contracts, outsourcing, information technology, internet service providers’ liability, copyright and counterfeiting issues.
Gianluigi Marino is an extremely prepared professional (always up to date with regulatory but also technological news), available and punctual.
Helping you succeed in tomorrow's world
Digitalisation is an imperative for businesses and a constant source of regulatory developments. Today, legal and technological skills represent a single strategic asset and it is our responsibility to assist clients in their successful engagement with digital opportunities.
Chorus Life Project
Advised the company in relation to all the IP, Energy, Real Estate aspects of an innovative and cutting-edge smart city project.
Leading digital payments provider
Advised the company for the most complex data protection issues relating to its core business and innovative services.
Leading social network platform
Advised the company on a wide range of tech law issues relating to its core business services and the launch of new products/services.
Global hardware/software company
Advised the company in relation to several commercial and advertising issues concerning its online store and the review of its marketing campaigns.
Global online gaming company
Advised the company in relation to several commercial agreements aimed at its expansion in Europe.
Leading online food delivery platform
Advised the company in relation to several regulatory issues and the review of its agreements with partner restaurants and riders.
Leading e-commerce website
Advised the company in relation to the review of the compliance of its online store and the compliance of marketing campaigns with data protection laws and consumer protection laws.
Leading energy company
Advised the DPO and privacy department on special and most complex projects (e.g. smart energy solutions and marketing initiatives).
Global logistics company
Advised the company in relation to the overall compliance with data protection laws with a special focus to international data transfers and the provision of innovative services.
Major music and entertainment company
Advised the company in relation to the regulatory, consumer and data protection aspects of its main digital projects.
Major international broadcaster and digital content provider
Advised the company with reference to its addressable TV projects.
Major pharma company
Advised the company in relation to an international digital health project.
Global oil company
Advised the company in relation to the review of all its main information notices to data subjects.
Leading publisher of board games
Advised the company in relation to the review of the compliance with data protection laws of all its data processing activities.
Leading logistics company
Advised the company in relation to the management of an international data breach.
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