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 fifth package of sanctions against Russia: a shipping perspective

On 8 April, the European Commission issued a fifth set of sanctions against Russia, this time focused on shipping and logistics. It is equally notable London insurance market’s recent addition – through the Joint War Committee (JWC) – of Russia as a war zone. The main change is that al …

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The Ever Given casualty: ripple effects, litigation and arbitration

Although the Ever Given casualty caused a six-day obstruction of the Suez Canal in March 2021, its disruptive effects on global trade go far beyond the (relatively) limited duration of such event. Claims arising from the casualty may have different cause of actions and involve many operators, f …

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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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