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Luca Amicarelli

Counsel

Milan

Amicarelli Luca
Luca Amicarelli

Counsel

Milan

Luca leads our Public, Administrative and Environmental Law team in Italy. He has significant experience advising domestic and international companies and financial institutions on administrative, environmental, real estate and energy law matters. This includes managing public procurement aspects and possible litigation issues arising therefrom as well as dealing with the relevant public administration authorities in the context of complex deals across various industry sectors, including real estate, energy, waste management, industrial and manufacturing and life sciences. Luca was awarded “Emerging Lawyer of the Year 2018” at the Italian TopLegal Awards.

Luca is praised for being “specialised in public law with a 360 degree focus on public law matters and has the ability to become one of the main references for his firm’s clients and win work from new clients”. TopLegal Awards 2018 (Italy)

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News: 29 June 2022

Allen & Overy advises on the purchase of a real estate portfolio in Italy from Fondo Pensione Cariplo

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Publications: 24 March 2022

Foreign direct investments in Italy: the revised golden power regime

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Expertise

Practices

Corporate and M&A

Public Law

Office

Milan

Via Ansperto 5
Milan
20123

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Qualifications

Professional

Admitted as Avvocato (Milan Bar - Italy), 2011

Academic

Laurea specialistica - Public law and public relationships - L.U.I.S.S. Guido Carli, Rome, 2007

Published work

  • World Bank Group, 2017, “Enabling the business of agriculture 2017”, World Bank Publications