CHIARA REALI

Chiara Reali is specialized in commercial, corporate, private and public procurements law.

She is an expert litigator in those fields, with strong experience also in commercial arbitration and alternative dispute resolutions.

She  has a significant experience in drafting best-practice internal procedures and standards in relation to company administrative and criminal liability issues (e.g. Legislative Decree 8 June 2001, No. 231). She is  also a member of the Supevisory Body of a well known Italian S.p.A.

Chiara advises important companies, national and multinational, and regularly drafts contracts and legal opinions on corporate law, trade law, public and private procurement law. She has also excellent knowledge of privacy regulations and intellectual property law.

In her legal background, she has attained the versatility to handle different areas of law and to offer a specific consultancy tailored to the needs of the companies she assists, never focusing her analysis only on the issue at hands, but providing a broad view of the potential issues that the matter could raise.

Chiara has  lived in the Uk and in South Africa for some  years  gaining  a  substantive  knowledge of the common law legal system.

Education

2002 –  J.D., University of Rome La Sapienza

2003 – International Commercial Law, University of Rome La Sapienza

2003 – Consumer’s rights and Civil Liability, University of Rome La Sapienza

2004 – Company Law, IPSOA

2004 /2005 – Master in Company Law, Ipsoa – Wolters Kluwer Group

2009 – Consumer Law and anti-trust – product advertising and consumers’ good faith, Associazione Giuridica – Associazione per la formazione giuridica e l’assistenza professionale

2010 – Criminal and administrative liability of business companies in the European and domestic (Legislative Decree 8 June 2001, No. 231) legislative framework, High Formation Council of the Italian Bar Association (Associazione Nazionale Forense)

2011: Basic Principles of English Law (Camera Civile di Roma)

2011: Legal and Economic Aspects of International Investments in Emerging Economies (King’s College London organized by CNF, High Formation Council of the Italian Bar Association )

She is co-author of the article “New EU Directive against cybercrime: the quest for the Golden Fleece?”. Financier Worldwide (2013) published on Financierworldwide.com.

Languages:

  • Italian
  • English

email: c.reali@cugiacuomo.it

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