Lombard from Codogno (LO), after graduating with full marks from the Catholic University of Milan with prof. Piero Schlesinger, trained as a notary at the historic Neapolitan school of President Guido Capozzi.
Notary in Turin since 2003 is the professional heir of Notary Antonio Maria Marocco and is the promoter of Leading Law.
Expert in real estate law, commercial law, trust law and succession planning.
In 2015 and 2016 he received the recognition of Notary of the Year from the specialized magazines Toplegal and Legalcommunity.
Currently Andrea Ganelli, among other positions, is:
Honorary Consul of Myanmar for North West Italy (Piedmont, Lombardy and Liguria);
President of the Italian -Myanmar Chamber of Commerce,
Member of the Board of Directors of the Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Contemporary Art Foundation
Member of the territorial committee of Banco BPM
Valeria Insabella was born in Turin on February 7, 1968. Graduated with full marks in Law from the University of Turin on April 29th, 1993. She passed the qualifying examination for the legal profession in 1997. She passed the notarial competition in 2009.
Appointed Notary in 2011 based in Condove (TO).
Today Notary in Turin with secondary office in Almese (TO).
Alberto Vadalà was born in Turin on January 5th, 1989. Graduated in Law at the Luiss Guido Carli University of Rome in 2013, one academic year ahead of schedule, full marks and honours, in the same year he settled in Naples for the notary training at the most prestigious and recognized schools in Italy. In 2014 he won the entrance competition to the PhD in Commercial Law at the Parthenope University of Naples, ranking first in the merit ranking. He conducts research and studies – and is the author of publications – on agreed solutions to the corporate crisis and on extraordinary transactions. Already at the age of 27, he participated in the notary competition organized with D.D. 21 April 2016, which wins among the youngest ever. He completed his practical training alongside Notary Andrea Ganelli. He is a Notary in Turin with a secondary office in Bra (CN).
Chiara Maria Colombo was born in Saronno on 12 September 1977. She graduated with full marks in Law from the University of Insubria in Como on 30 October 2002. She attended the Notary School of Lombardy and the Neapolitan school of Guido Capozzi.
She passed the notary competition in 2011.
Appointed Notary on June 26, 2012 based in Turin.
Today Notary in Milan.
Born in Naples, in 1996 she graduated with honors in Law at the University of Naples “Federico II”.
In 1999 she passed the exam for the qualification to practice as a lawyer.
In 2002 she passed the competition for the appointment of two hundred notary posts.
Notary operating since 2003, currently at the Notary District of Bergamo.
She had teaching experience at the School of Specialization for the legal professions of the second University of Naples Federico II and at the University of Cassino, Faculty of Economics.
Co-author of the notarial treaty “Notary deeds voluntary jurisdiction” UTET juridical 2012 directed by F. Preite
Born in Rome on February 4, 1964
Degree in Law from the University of Rome La Sapienza with a grade of 110/110 cum laude
Qualification for the legal profession obtained at the Court of Appeal of Rome in 1990
Competition for the appointment of 200 notary posts passed in 2000
Notary in Livorno from 2001 to 2007 – Notary in Rome from 2007 to today
Partner of the “Marco Gallusi Associated Notary Firm – Ginevra Gioffrè” based in Rome, Viale dei Parioli, 44
Born in Rome on September 3rd, 1972.
She graduated with honours in Law from the University of Rome “La Sapienza” and was the winner of the 10,000,000 Lire scholarship awarded by the “A. Anselmi di Roma ”dedicated to the memory of Prof. Not. Mario D’Orazi Flavoni.
In 1999 she passed the exam for the qualification to practice as a lawyer.
In 2000 she passed the competition for the appointment of two hundred notary posts.
From 1996 to 2006 she was an expert in civil law at the Faculty of Law of the University of Rome “La Sapienza”.
From 2001 to 2006 she taught law subjects at the University of Cassino, pursuant to Law no. 197, art. 3, no. 6.
Author of publications on the “Rivista del Notariato”, on the “Italian Journal of civil law” and on the “Temi Romana” journal.
Notary operating since 2001, currently at the Notary District of Rome.
Graduated in 2003 from the Faculty of Law of the University of Rome – La Sapienza, with a dissertation in criminal procedure, since 2006 he has been a lawyer at the Court of Rome and since 2018 authorized to practice with the higher courts.
Born professionally in the office of Prof. Avv. Franco Coppi, he practised his profession in the firm dealing mainly with consultancy and assistance in the field of criminal law for crimes against the public administration, corporate and company criminal law, communication and information law, the administrative liability of legal entities, transparency and anti-corruption and privacy law.
He opened his own law firm in 2012 and began a stable collaboration with the firm of Prof. Avv. Roberto Borgogno, continuing to deal exclusively with issues relating to criminal law, specializing in particular in the advice and judicial assistance to top corporate figures involved in different proceedings, related to corporate, tax and environmental criminal law, the administrative liability of entities, as well as issues relating to gender-based violence.
Since 2020 he is a partner of the Leading Law firm, criminal department.
Over the years he has gained significant experience in the various fields of civil law, developing a strong specialization in corporate, commercial and tax law, in the areas of obligations, family and succession law and civil liability. After the classical diploma, on October 21st1980 he graduated in law and in 1986 he became a lawyer and enrolled in the register of lawyers of Turin, the city where he began his legal career where he has been a lawyer at the Supreme Court since 1998. Founding partner of the Paolo Emilio Ferreri Law Firm with whom he cooperated from Graduation until August 2006 and still Founding Partner and co-owner of the Antonucci Caratozzolo e Associati Law Firm in Turin.
Stefano gained a solid experience in corporate law and financial market law, also thanks to his academic activities. He regularly assists clients in private equity and venture capital transactions, extraordinary corporate transactions, company acquisitions, mergers and recapitalizations and provides assistance to the board of directors’ meetings and shareholders’ meetings.
He provides consultancy to listed companies, banks and insurance companies in the compliance with the relevant sectorial regulations as well as in relations with the independent Authorities.
Stefano has developed extensive experience in all aspects of managing the employment relationships of managers and executives, as well as issues related to individual and collective dismissals, due diligence activities, transfer of business and outsourcing in the context of reorganization or extraordinary operations.
He assists clients in civil actions, before the Italian Court of the Enterprises, involving the responsibility of the corporate bodies, shareholders’ resolutions invalidity, disputes between shareholders and the responsibility of financial intermediaries. He was arbitrator and secretary of arbitration.
He also developed skills in the navigation law assisting shipyards in relations with customers and suppliers as well as with port authorities.
Stefano assists also listed companies, banks and insurance companies in the compliance with the relevant sectorial regulations as well as in relations with the independent Authorities.
He graduated in law ‘with honours’ in 2004 with a thesis on “Stocks and hybrid securities in the reform of Italian Corporate Law”. He was admitted to the Turin Bar on 17 November 2007. Since 2011 he has been professor of corporate law at Carlo Cattaneo University – LIUC and since 2018 at University of Turin, from 2009 to 2013 he was a research fellow at the University of Turin, in 2008 he received a PhD in “Company Law and of financial markets” at the University of Bologna and in 2007 he was visiting researcher at Yale Law School.
Besides his native language Italian, Stefano is fluent in English.