Alberto Marcovecchio

Expertise

  • Administrative law and economic regulation, with particular focus on:
    • public procurements and concessions
    • environmental law
    • public services
    • telecommunications
    • administrative and accounting litigation
  • Foreign languages: English

Background

–  Joined the firm in 2008

– Previously worked in another leading law firm specialized in administrative law

Qualifications

  • Member of the Italian Bar of Milan (2010)
  • PhD in administrative law from the University of Milan, Italy (2012)
  • Law degree from Bocconi University (2007)

Knowledge Sharing

UK Supreme Court confirms rift between England and France on law governing arbitration agreements

In the absence of an express choice of law governing arbitration agreements, which law applies and why does it matter? The UK Supreme Court recently dealt with this question in the Kabab-Ji case and reached a different conclusion than the French Court of Appeal. Our

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Two more nails in the coffin of investment arbitration in the EU

Two recent decisions by the Court of Justice of the EU confirm the doctrine of incompatibility of investment arbitration with EU law and expand its scope to arbitral proceedings based on ad hoc arbitration agreements and multilateral treaties. Our

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Ethiopia ratifies the 1958 New York Convention on Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards

The worldwide-known New York Convention has been recently ratified also by Ethiopia. This is a significant step forward in Ethiopia’s path towards a more arbitration-friendly environment and a fundament tool which will strength international business in the country. With its basic and e …

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Comments on the OECD discussion draft regarding the "Unified Approach"

The OECD has published in October the discussion draft on the proposal of "Unified Approach", the envisaged new framework for determining the attribution of profits among the different jurisdictions where multinational enterprises act. BonelliErede has contributed to the global discussion on …

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