Michela D’Avino

Competenze

Si occupa di Arbitrati Internazionali, in particolare negli ambiti:

  • M&A e societario
  • construction
  • contratti internazionali

Fa parte del Focus Team Arbitrati internazionali e Shipping & Transport.

Lingue straniere: inglese, francese

Esperienze

È entrata in BonelliErede nel 2006.

Ha svolto un secondment negli anni 2011-2012 presso Cravath, Swaine and Moore, sedi di New York e Londra.

La sua esperienza professionale si è sviluppata in diversi settori industriali, tra i quali:

  • moda e lusso
  • servizi
  • impianti e infrastrutture
  • energia

Qualifiche e attività accademica

  • Abilitazioni: Esercizio della professione forense (2008). Ordine degli Avvocati di Roma
  • Masters degree (Magister Juris) presso University of Oxford, Oriel College, United Kingdom (2013)
  • Laurea: Facoltà di Giurisprudenza presso l’Università LUISS di Roma (2005)

Knowledge Sharing

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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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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Arbitration clauses in intra-EU BITs are not compatible with EU law: a momentous decision by the European Court of Justice

The ruling of the European Court of Justice regarding the arbitration clause in the Netherlands-Slovak Republic BIT will change the European investor-state arbitration landscape. The Court stated that the arbitration clause is incompatible with EU law. This ruling, which did not adopt the Opini …

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