Giorgio forms part of the firm’s utilities and energy team and specializes in administrative law, public procurement, public services law and local entities law.
Giorgio joined Osborne Clarke in the summer of 2019 after having been Partner and in charge of the Milan office of a well-known Italian administrative law firm. He has acquired a recognized expertise with reference to public procurements (work, supply and service contracts), by assisting public entities, public bodies and companies involved in the management of local public services, in the preparation of tender notices concerning the assignment of concessions and public contracts (even in project finance or other public-private partnerships).
Giorgio provides judicial protection and assistance in the proceedings before both any administrative Courts, by assisting in particular public entities and private operators involved or taking part to tenders, and before ordinary Courts, with reference to judgments arising from the execution of public contracts. In addition, Giorgio has accrued solid experience in the public utilities sector (public-lighting, gas distribution, district heating, waste management and water management).
Giorgio graduated in 1998 from the L.U.I.S.S. University in Rome and was admitted to the bar in 2002. Giorgio was granted rights of audience to appear before the Supreme Court in 2014.
He is the author of numerous publications and is frequently a lecturer or speaker in conferences, seminars and training masters in the subjects in which he is professionally active.