SILVIA GIAMPAOLO

Silvia Giampaolo is Partner of Cugia Cuomo & Associati. She is the member of the Rome Bar Association since 2006, got her Law Degree, J.D. at the University of Rome “La Sapienza” (2001) and got her MBA/Global Management at the University of Phoenix, (South Florida Campus)  (USA) (2007).

She focuses her practice on legal and regulatory issues regarding multimedia and telecommunications, commercial and competition, intellectual property, protection of personal data, company law and litigation.

 

She advises national and international electronic communication operators, multimedia service providers and in house service providers on all issues regarding the EU and Italian regulatory framework for electronic communications networks and services, within authorization regime, spectrum trading, site sharing, interconnection, IRU, rolling out and deployment of networks, also included submarine cables, provisioning and assurance services; development of broad band services;  offering of converging services; mobile operators general rights; MVNO and ESP regulatory issues; roaming; number and frequency allocation, portability and migration; offering of specific services,such as M2M and cloud network services; housing and hosting agreements ;regulatory issues on IT related contracts, including B2B and B2C electronic commerce and on-line transactions for the provision of voice and internet services; general advice on e-commerce; regulatory framework on  robotics, including  drones, digital payment services, e-money  and virtual currency; application of privacy law and  data protection regulation;   computer crime law and IP law.

 

Silvia assists domestic and multinational companies before Italian Courts, Governmental and Regulatory Authorities, ADR and Arbitration.

She is co-author of the articles: “Communications: Regulation and Outsourcing, Italy Chapter- The Telecommunications Market, 2016 – 1th Edition – Italy Chapter”,  published by Thomson Reuters (Professional) UK Limited;Chapter 13: “Competitive Aspects of Cloud-Based Services” COMMUNICATIONS AND COMPETITION LAW. KEY ISSUES IN THE TELECOMS, MEDIA AND TECHNOLOGY SECTORS -SBN 904115146X, Wolters Kluwer, Law & Business 1 dicembre 2014; “The International Comparative Legal Guide to: Telecoms, Media and Internet Laws and Regulations 2014 – 7th Edition- Italy Chapter”, published by Global Legal Group Ltd; “New EU Directive against cybercrime: the quest for the Golden Fleece? ”, published by Financier Wordwide.Com; “New EU Directive against cybercrime: the quest for the golden fleece? ” (2013), published on Financierworldwide.com; “Getting the Deal Through-Intellectual Property & Antitrust 2012” Chapter Italy, published by Law Business Research LTD; “Next generation LTE mobile frequencies in Italy”, march 2011, published by The Financier Worldwide – Corporate Finance Intelligence; “Liability of entities in italy: wasn’t it societas delinquere non potest ? ” 2011, New Journal of European Criminal Law, Vol 2, issue 1, 2011, published by Intersentia; “Telecommunications Laws and Regulations 2011” Chapter Italy, published by Global Legal Group Ltd; “Telecommunications Laws and Regulations 2009” Chapter Italy, published by Global Legal Group Ltd.

Languages:

  • Italian
  • English

email: s.giampaolo@cugiacuomo.it

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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