Renato Rordorf specializes in corporate matters and strategic issues in the field of extraordinary transactions, with particular focus on aspects of restructuring and litigation.
Qualifying as a Magistrate in 1970, Mr. Rordorf initially served as deputy prosecutor of the Italian Republic at the Court of Monza, then judge of the Milan Court, later counselor of the Court of Appeal and then of the Court of Cassation (Supreme Court) of which he later became chairman of the first civil section, coordinator of civil unions and, finally, Deputy President.
In the five years between April 1997 and April 2002 he undertook the role of commissioner in The Italian Companies and Stock Exchange Commission (CONSOB). He was also a member of the ministerial committee chaired by Prof. Floriano d'Alessandro for the study and implementation of the EC directives on corporate matters, the ministerial commission chaired by Prof. Mario Draghi (president of the European Central Bank) for the preparation of the Consolidated Law on Financial Markets and the ministerial commission chaired by Prof. Antonino Mirone for the reform of company law.
Between 2015 and 2017, he himself chaired two ministerial commissions in charge of preparing the draft delegated law for the reform of the business in crisis status laws (pre-insolvency and insolvency), which then resulted in Law no. 155 of 2017, and the drafts of the related delegated decrees