Laura Salvaneschi

Expertise

  • Litigation and arbitration, with particular focus on:
    • corporate and commercial litigation
    • bank litigation
    • contractual and tort liability
    • inheritance and family law
  • Legal opinions and procedural matters
  • Foreign languages: English

Background

  • Member of the Tax Litigation Focus Team
  • Member of the Private Clients Focus Team
  • Member of the Competition Litigation Task Force
  • Joined as partner in 2006
  • Board member of the National and International Arbitration Chamber of Milan from 2015 to April 2018

Ranking and Awards

The Chambers & Partners international legal guide lists Laura as an expert in Italy in the field of corporate litigation.

Testimonials

“She is considered an authority in arbitration.”

(Chambers & Partners)

Qualifications

  • Full professor of civil procedural law and arbitration law at the University of Milan
  • Member of the Italian bar, admitted to practice before the Italian Supreme Court (Corte di Cassazione)
  • Law degree from the University of Milan

Knowledge Sharing

The green pass scheme in Italy: where it stands now and how it might develop

The framework of measures introduced by the government to combat and recover from the pandemic is ever-evolving, and understanding the interplay between previous and new rules is a challenge. But on the positive side, thanks to the green pass scheme we can now return to some ‘new normal’ …

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International travel and the IATA Travel Pass: current trends and perspectives

With Covid-19 persisting, governments need to be confident that they are effectively mitigating the risk of spread if they are to re-open borders/lift travel restrictions and that they can receive and process accurate information on passengers’ Covid-19 health status. But travellers are facin …

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“Ever Given” casualty - so, what’s next?

The Vessel has been refloated after six days of salvage operations and the traffic related to the Canal of Suez is expected to resume on a regular basis shortly. However the prolonged blockage of the Canal will require a careful consideration of the interests at stake. This case may well inv …

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Covid-19 and Egyptian Law Key Issues: Amendments to personal income tax law

The Covid-19 outbreak in Egypt and in many areas of the Middle East and North Africa has led to a public health emergency and unforeseen challenges for businesses. It has also led to uncertainties, including from a tax/legal perspective. No doubt you are asking yourself many questions, espec …

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Maritime disputes and arbitration during Covid-19: current trends and future prospects

Which is the impact of the COVID-19 emergency in international arbitration? Our Shipping & Transport Focus Team and International Arbitration Focus Team give an overview of the measures adopted by the arbitral institutions, including those specialized in maritime disputes, to facilitate …

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Insights

Another first in Italy: BonelliErede launches its Competition Litigation Task Force - 10 February 2021

BonelliErede has drawn on its strengths in civil litigation and competition law, its expertise in competition-related damages actions, and its proven track record to set up a new task force dedicated to competition litigation – the first of its kind in Italy. The Competition Litigation Task F …

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