The international law firm Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Cappelli & Partners announces the promotion of five new partners: Gabriele Arcuri, Emanuele Bosia, Mariasole Conticelli, Eva Cruellas Sada and Andrea Gritti.
Gabriele Arcuri (Corporate/M&A, Rome) is an expert in corporate and commercial law, corporate governance of private companies, mergers and acquisitions, divestment and acquisition of share packages and going concerns, leveraged buyout transactions and private equity deals, drafting of share purchase agreements and related transaction documents, including shareholders’ agreements and commercial contracts. He joined the firm in 2006.
Emanuele Bosia (Corporate/M&A, London) has extensive experience in M&A, corporate and commercial law, private equity, joint ventures, extraordinary corporate transactions and acquisition finance. As a qualified English solicitor he also focuses on the internationalization of companies and on English commercial and corporate law. He joined the firm in 2014.
Mariasole Conticelli (Financial Markets, Milan) has far-reaching experience in corporate finance and capital markets and assists companies as well as Italian and overseas investment banks in relation to corporate and extraordinary financial transactions, including financial instrument offers and IPOs. She is also experienced in capital markets regulations, in particular with reference to the provision of investment services and collective investment undertakings. She joined the firm in 2002.
Eva Cruellas Sada (Antitrust & Regulatory, Milan) specialises in assisting Italian and overseas companies in cases concerning cartel proceedings, abuses of dominant position issues, distribution and licensing arrangements, the filing of complaints in regard to concentrations and antitrust infringements (private enforcement). She also has vast experience in the regulatory field (in particular pharmaceutical, energy, insurance/banking sector). She joined the firm in 2001.
Andrea Gritti (Corporate/M&A, Milan) focuses on advising Italian and overseas companies and private equity funds, in investment and divestment transactions, as well as in any ordinary and extraordinary corporate matters and certain aspects concerning acquisitions, financing and debt refinancing. He also has significant experience in drafting and negotiation of commercial agreements. He joined the firm in 2005.
Rosario Zaccà, Co-Managing Partner of Gianni, Origoni, Grippo, Cappelli & Partners states: “My warmest congratulations to all our new partners. These new promotions confirm our firm’s ability to attract, select and nurture new talent. The growth path our firm continues to pursue, illustrated through partnership development, guarantees our clients a complete service and strengthens our position of leadership in the legal market.”