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Intellectual Property, IT and Media

Gianni & Origoni

Amongst the Italian law firms offering “full-service” assistance, our department focusing on industrial and intellectual property, information technology and media law is one of the most credited.

We give our legal advice both in contentious – before both judicial and administrative courts and authorities – and non-contentious matters to both Italian and foreign-based clients. Furthermore, we guarantee an effective support to IPOs and to M&A transactions.

Our deep and transversal insights of specific industries and businesses of interest for industrial and intellectual property, IT and media – such as fashion, consumer goods, food, tobacco, pharmaceuticals, toys, radio and television, cinema, communications, sports and e-commerce – enable us to give advices which are capable to cover all legal aspects of any specific industry, while remaining focused on the business aims of our clients.

Global approach and international skills allow us to give our assistance to clients all over the world.
 

      

Publications
August 09, 2018

"Role of IP and e-commerce legal framework"
Edited by Luca Rinaldi. This article appeared in Media Law International
July 03, 2017

"The new EU Regulation on cross-border portability of online content services: towards a pan-European system of copyright licenses?"
Legal Update - Intellectual Property, IT and Media
September 16, 2016

"Global Guide to Whistleblowing Programs 2016 - World Law Group"
Edited by Daniele Vecchi and Melissa Marchese